- vt. & vi. 爆裂,坏掉 burst; break down
- vt. & vi. 打破,打碎 break; smash
a complete failure;
"the play was a dismal flop"
the chest of a woman
a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
an occasion for excessive eating or drinking;
"they went on a bust that lasted three days"
"`skint' is a British slang term"
"He busted my radio!"
search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on;
"The police raided the crack house"
separate or cause to separate abruptly;
"The rope snapped"
"tear the paper"
go to pieces;
"The lawn mower finally broke"
"The gears wore out"
"The old chair finally fell apart completely"
break open or apart suddenly and forcefully;
"The dam burst"
- I worked up a lump of clay into a bust of my mother.
- What is your bust size, madam?
- The police was engaged in a bust of the drug dealer.
- The movie was a total bust.
- I busted my leg playing basketball.
- Thieves busted the lock and damaged the door.
- He's been busted for drug trafficking.
- He was busted for being absent without leave.
- It was his drinking that busted up their marriage.
- His company went bust.
- My favorite cup is bust.
- The balloon busted.
- He dropped his watch on the pavement and bust it.
- bust up (v.+adv.)
使终止; 破坏 cause sth to end; disrupt sth
The couple bust up after an argument.
那对夫妻经过一场争吵就离异了。bust sth ⇔ up
It was money troubles that busted up their marriage.
He..would celebrate with some sort of bust in the way of food and drink.出自： A. Powell
We go to this house and take this hockey stick and bust the window.出自： L. Shorten
He busted a hand the week before in a..scrap.出自： C. Bateman