burst out

1) вспыхивать (о войне, эпидемиии т. п.)
2) начать внезапно или бурно (что-л. делать) to burst out laughingрассмеяться, залиться смехом The other girls burst out crying at the sight of the coffin. ≈ Остальные девушки залились слезами при виде гроба. Syn : break into
5) , break out in
2) , burst into, bust out
3) , crack out
3) сбегать Three men burst out of prison yesterday. ≈ Вчера из тюрьмы сбежали трое заключенных. Syn : break out
3) , bust out
2) , crash out
4) восклицать "Don't hit me!" she burst out. ≈ "Не трогай меня!" - завопила она.
5) вырастать (из одежды) The children are bursting out of their clothes so quickly now. ≈ В нынешнние времена дети так быстро вырастают из одежды. воскликнуть - "No!" * Irene with fury "Нет!" - воскликнула Ирэн в бешенстве вспыхивать, начинаться внезапно или бурно - war * вспыхнула война начинать внезапно - a blackbird * запел дрозд

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