Definition of 'blurt'
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Then he just blurted out that he had a wife. The Sun (2015)He had just blurted out his frustrations as only a meeting of ministers allows. Christianity Today (2000)On the way home he suddenly blurted out that he fancied me. The Sun (2007)Then she just blurted it out. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Recently he blurted out 'I need space! Times, Sunday Times (2012)It should have been an easy conversation but I just blurted it out. The Sun (2013)She allegedly blurted out: 'I knew where she was all the time. The Sun (2008)So after a few drinks, I just blurted it out and tried to make a joke of it. The Sun (2015)I was so emotional I could easily have blurted out something that would have got a million complaints. The Sun (2010)
Trends of 'blurt'
Used Occasionally. blurt is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'blurt'
British English: blurt VERB
If someone blurts something, they say it suddenly, after trying hard to keep quiet or to keep it secret.
I was looking for my daughter,' he blurted, and his eyes filled with tears.
Definition of blurt from the Collins English Dictionary
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