erupting in Spanish

Pronunciation
[erupt] v. hacer erupción, brotar violentamente, entrar en erupción; brotarse
Example Sentences
The active volcano erupts at regular intervals.
El volcán activo entra en erupción a intervalos regulares.
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The room erupted in laughter.
La sala rompió a reír.
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The volcano erupted suddenly, killing many people.
El volcán hizo erupción repentinamente, matando a muchas personas.
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The volcano erupts at regular intervals.
El volcán entra en erupción a intervalos regulares.
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The volcano has erupted twice this year.
El volcán ha entrado en erupción dos veces este año.
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Violence erupted all over the city because of the food shortages.
La violencia estalló por toda la ciudad a causa de la escasez de comida.
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Just when Caesar thought he had conquered Gaul a revolt erupted from within, led by Vercingetorix.
Justo cuando César pensaba que había conquistado la Galia, estalló una rebelión desde el interior, dirigida por Vercingétorix.
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Ukraine suspects the convoy from Moscow is just a strategy to help the insurgents involved in the conflict that erupted four months ago — which has left more than a thousand people dead, including government soldiers, rebels, and civilians, according to United Nations.
(Voice of America)
Ucrania sospecha que el convoy de Moscú no es más que una estrategia para ayudar a los insurgentes en el conflicto que estalló hace cuatro meses, que ha dejado más de mil muertos, incluyendo soldados del gobierno, rebeldes y civiles, según Naciones Unidas.
(Voz de América)
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Expressions
verb: start to burn or burst into flames
verb: become active and spew forth lava and rocks Example:Vesuvius erupts once in a while.
verb: erupt or intensify suddenly Example:Unrest erupted in the country.
verb: become raw or open
verb: start abruptly
verb: appear on the skin Example:A rash erupted on her arms after she had touched the exotic plant.
verb: as of teeth, for example Example:The tooth erupted and had to be extracted.
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