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burst in/into (somewhere)

phrasal verb with burst uk   /bɜːst/  us   /bɝːst/ verb (burst, burst)
B2 to enter a room or building suddenly and without warning: The side door of the bar flew open and three men burst in.
Translations of “burst in/into (somewhere)”
in Chinese (Traditional) 突然闖入(房間或建築)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 突然闯入(房间或建筑)…
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