- [C]爆炸; 爆发 (a loud noise of) sudden and violent bursting
- [C]激增,扩大 great and sudden increase
a violent release of energy caused by a chemical or nuclear reaction
the act of exploding or bursting;
"the explosion of the firecrackers awoke the children"
"the burst of an atom bomb creates enormous radiation aloft"
a sudden great increase;
"the population explosion"
"the information explosion"
the noise caused by an explosion;
"the explosion was heard a mile away"
the terminal forced release of pressure built up during the occlusive phase of a stop consonant
a sudden outburst;
"an explosion of laughter"
"an explosion of rage"
a golf shot from a bunker that typically moves sand as well as the golf ball
- The atomic explosion is always accompanied by huge fireball.
- After the explosion it was some time before the town resumed its everyday routines.
- The horse took a fright at the sound of the explosion.
- The explosion was heard a mile away.
- The explosion of oil prices caused an economical crisis.
- We heard an explosion of loud laughter.
- The missile warhead hit the target, effecting a nuclear explosion.
- How can we account for the recent population explosion?
- bomb〔gas, gunpowder, nuclear〕 explosion 炸弹〔煤气,火药,核〕爆炸
- population explosion 人口激增
- wage explosion 工资大增
- air〔subsurface〕 explosion 空中〔地下〕爆炸
The sudden explosion of viscid matter.出自： C. Darwin