[动词时态]bursting burst burst
burst in 闯入；突然出现
burst into 闯入；情绪的突然发作
burst out 突然…起来
blast ([四级]v. 炸毁，炸伤；爆破)：通常指用炸弹、炮弹等造成破坏，或是为筑路等进行爆破。
blow up (phr.v. 使爆炸，炸毁)：通常指人炸毁建筑物、汽车等。
burst (v. （使）破裂，（使）爆炸)：指某物因内部或外部压力过大而突然破裂、爆裂、爆炸等。
explode (v. （使）爆炸)：指炸弹或其他爆炸物等爆炸，或表示将某物炸成碎片，通常伴有巨响及损毁。
◇ It burst into a flame, and where its light fell upon the wall it became as transparent as a veil, and she could see into the room.
◇ His hear almost burst with sorrow.
---- The Frog Prince
◇ Pipes in mines burst and let out smelly steam.
◇ When told that it was a loss to humans, the farmers burst into laughter and responded, "Our real loss is our decreasing income.
---- Wildlife Protection
◇ According to an actress, his acting was so convincing and amusing that everybody couldn’t help bursting into laughter.