Noun(1) a violent release of energy caused by a chemical or nuclear reaction(2) the act of exploding or bursting(3) a sudden great increase(4) the noise caused by an explosion(5) the terminal forced release of pressure built up during the occlusive phase of a stop consonant(6) a sudden outburst(7) a golf shot from a bunker that typically moves sand as well as the golf ball
(1) The post 1966 government achieved initial economic success and then collapsed in an explosion of social protest.(2) We held hands until a sudden explosion beneath us caused the hotel to rock violently.(3) The number of the injured in the explosion amount to more than 1,300, excluding over 160 deaths that have been reported.(4) There has been an explosion in the amount of legal advertising on television in the last decade or so.(5) The deputies blamed him for instigating a social explosion through his law-and-order policies and provocative statements.(6) It is an explosion of emotions and, by the end of the show, she is left sweating and gasping for breath.(7) The researchers also plan to measure the speed of the explosion 's shock wave to get further data.(8) Jason couldn't understand her sudden explosion of anger and he knew there had to be more to what was bothering her than the spider prank.(9) The growing realisation that computer skills can make or break people's future prospects may have helped to explain the explosion in popularity of information technology.(10) City officials are worried that another horrific police killing could provoke an explosion of popular anger given the deepening social crisis in New York.(11) As the energy swirled about him, he marvelled at the sudden explosion of power that surged through his veins.(12) These developments were the beginning of the technology which has grown exponentially towards its modern explosion .(13) The heavy explosion of hatred, anger, hurt, confusion and├ö├ç┬¬ some deeply hidden terror struck her like an A-bomb.(14) But they are concerned - and rightly so - that an attempt to call off the November election could produce a social and political explosion .(15) He expressed the concern that if redundancy money were simply spent on necessities, there would be a social explosion waiting to happen when that money ran out.(16) This adds to the severe problems of a market on the knife's edge of a price explosion .
1. detonation ::
2. outburst ::
4. burst ::
5. plosion ::
6. blowup ::
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Different Formsexplosion, explosions
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