English translation of 'estourar'
1. to explode
2. (pneu) to burst
3. (escândalo) to blow up
4. (guerra) to break out
5. (Brazil: chegar) to turn up, arrive
estourar (com alguém) (zangar-se) to blow up (at sb)
estou estourando de dor de cabeça I've got a splitting headache
eu devo chegar às 9.00, estourando, 9 e meia I should get there at 9 o'clock, or 9.30 at the latest
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'estourar' in Other Languages
British English: burst /bɜːst/ VERB
When something bursts or when you burst it, it suddenly splits open, and air or some other substance comes out.
A tyre burst.
- American English: burst
- Arabic: يَنْفَجِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: estourar
- Chinese: 爆裂
- Croatian: puknuti
- Czech: prasknout
- Danish: udbrud
- Dutch: barsten
- European Spanish: reventar
- Finnish: haljeta
- French: éclater
- German: platzen
- Greek: σκάω
- Italian: scoppiare
- Japanese: 破裂する
- Korean: 폭발하다
- Norwegian: revne
- Polish: wybuchnąć
- European Portuguese: estourar
- Romanian: a exploda
- Russian: лопнуть
- Spanish: reventar
- Swedish: spricka
- Thai: ระเบิด
- Turkish: patlamak delinerek
- Ukrainian: лопатися
- Vietnamese: xì
British English: pop VERB
If something pops, it makes a short sharp sound.
He untwisted the wire off the champagne bottle, and the cork popped and shot to the ceiling.
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