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Turkish translation of “burst”

burst

verb
 
 
/bɜːst/ (past tense and past participle burst)
B2 [I, T] If a container bursts, or if you burst it, it breaks suddenly, so that what is inside it comes out.
patla(t)mak, yar(ıl)mak, patlayıp param parça olmak
A water pipe burst and flooded the cellar.Exploding and erupting
burst in/out/through, etc B2 to move somewhere suddenly and forcefully
bir yere/yerden aniden ve zor kullanarak girmek, hareket etmek, çıkmak, geçmek
Three masked men burst into the shop.Making short, sudden movementsMoving quickly
burst into flames to suddenly start burning
aniden tutuşmak, yanmaya başlamak
Starting fires
burst into laughter/tears, etc B2 to suddenly start laughing/crying, etc
birden göz yaşına boğulmak, gülmeye başlamak, ağlamak
She burst into tears and ran away.Laughing and smilingWeeping and crying
burst open to open suddenly and with force
pat/güm diye birden bire açılmak
Exploding and erupting
be bursting with confidence/joy, etc to be full of an emotion or quality
...ile dolu olmak, neşe/güven dolu olmak, duygu yüklü olmak
She was bursting with pride.Strong feelings
be bursting to do sth informal to want to do something very much
bir şeyi yapmayı çok istemek, can atmak
I was bursting to tell him about the party.Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
(Definition of burst verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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