About fifty volcanoes erupt each year.
Since the volcano last erupted, many houses have been built in a dangerous position on its slopes.
The area had to be quickly evacuated when the volcano erupted.
If a volcano erupts, it suddenly throws out smoke, fire, and melted rocks.
English word "wybuchać"(erupt) occurs in sets:"Don'tbe frightened". Adjectives ending in -ed/-ingFiszki z książki - "Volcanoes" (Robert I. Tilling)Shayana Jack: The swimming scandal that has embara...The restless Earth (niespokojna ziemia)matura prime time intermediate module 3
2. break out
English word "wybuchać"(break out) occurs in sets:Lesson 14, subject 8, War and terrorismTechnical English 4 unit 3 (part 1)czasowniki frazowe bez dopełnienia i z dopełnieniemAngielskie czasowniki złożone 2 a-pENG - S&the city 4/ odc. 15 II.
3. blow up
to blow up bicycle tyre with pump
You need to blow up your bicycle's front tyre.
the terrorist wanted to blow up the hotel
When I'm angry I often blow up.
1) Terrorists had threatened to blow up the embassy. 2) The car blew up but luckily there was nobody in it...
To come into being: A storm blew up. To fill with air; inflate: blow up a tire. To enlarge (a photographic image or print). To explode: bombs blowing up. To lose one's temper.
English word "wybuchać"(blow up) occurs in sets:Conflict an warfare/ Discourse markersPaweł dn. 08.04.2019- idiomy z "up"matura masters unit 2 (wyrażenia)matura masters student’s book intermediateCzasowniki frazowe (phrasal verbs)
4. go off
When her mother would go off hunting, we would stay and film.
Careful those cannons might go off.
I have heard that three bombs go off last year.
My alarm clock went off at 5 AM. So what else can go off? In this particular sense of to go off, it’s used when something is activated, or when something explodes.
It should go off in about five minutes, but you never know with homemade explosives, so - run!
Has a bomb ever go off in the capital city of your country?
The bomb will go off in two minutes.
have to go off their house immediately.
My alarm clock didn't go off.
I was just lying in bed waiting for the alarm to go off.
I've always loved chocolate, but recently I've started to go off it. I hardly ever eat it now.
explode, make a sudden noise/The bomb could go off at any moment.
For three months, the automatic lights outside did not go off because it was that dark.
If it's fresh produce, it might go off before you get to use it all.
How soon does meat, fish or milk go offin hot weatherif it is not kept in a fridge.
English word "wybuchać"(go off) occurs in sets:Agnieszka - Lista 3 E-PPhrasal verbs 2Agnieszka lista 3 E-PMy first lessonA tragic dynasty
I think the engine is going to explode!
I'd explain it to you, but your brain would explode.
The news caused him to explode with anger.
My heart is pounding so hard it feels like it's going to explode.
The aim of this game is to explode all the bombs on the screen.
The bomb exploded and destroyed everything.
This book finally explodes some of the myths about the origin of the universe.
I panicked when I read that they expected big protests in Riyadh today, but then my wife reassured me, saying that she had just bought two bottles of olive oil, ensuring our living standard for months, even if oil prices were to explode.
Steam boilers may explode.
He was about to explode, but checked himself.
Powders of aluminium, magnesium, silicon, etc. explode.
English word "wybuchać"(explode) occurs in sets:rozdział 3 useful words and phrasesACCIDENTS AND DISASTER- WYPADKI I KATASTROFY500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 400 - 425wypadki i katastrofyCzasowniki ważne 11A
6. burst out
He burst out laughing when he heard this joke for the first time.
Then the one thing he really wanted to know just burst out of him.
I walked in and everyone burst out laughing.
if you burst out laughing or crying, you suddenly start laughing or crying. You can also say that you burst into laughter or tears.
"Don't go!" he burst out.
Everyone burst out laughing when Jimmy arrived wearing a large, white hat
When she burst out, I also burst out.
English word "wybuchać"(burst out) occurs in sets:Business English - Phrasal VerbsPhrasal Verbs 1czasowniki złożonePhrasal Verbs 1Frazale (Phrasal Verbs)
gullets had burst.
Her heart burst with gladness to see her husband return home from his overseas tour of Iran.
If only I'd sold that property before the economic bubble burst I wouldn't have lost all that money.
Harold's arm bicycle workout was sufficiently vigorous that his pectorals burst into flame.
What was that noise? Did a tyre burst?
There must have been at least ten courses. I thought I was going to burst.
Generally, short bursts of long hours do lead to increases in productivity, but over time those gains disappear,
Three days before Vern burst into the clubhouse, Ray Brower had gone out with one of his mothers buckets to pick wild fruit.
I want to see her burst of red hair and big green eyes.
When he openly declared he would marry Pablo, he almost gave his grandmother a heart attack and made his aunt's eyes burst out of their sockets; however, his little sister beamed with pride.
What Alice, waiting for a reply, was faced with was a sudden howl. It was a resounding noise, sharp as to burst her ear drums, loud as to reach unto the heavens.
The tree roots have burst through the cement at several points along the sidewalk.
It is wonderful to think of Spring, when the new buds of the persimmon burst forth.
The frog inflated himself more and more, until finally he burst.
If you keep eating like this your body will burst open.
English word "wybuchać"(burst) occurs in sets:500 najważniejszych czasowników - odwrotnie 401-500Angielski słówka 3 gimn unit 2Czasowniki ważne 11Aczasowniki ŚREDNIE
8. burst burst burst
English word "wybuchać"(burst burst burst) occurs in sets:Irregular verb list - In Companynieregularne 1 🤯czasowniki 1Czasowniki nieregularne