English version

a surge of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha surge of somethinga surge of somethingINCREASE IN ACTIVITY, FEELINGS ETCa sudden large increase in a feeling a surge of excitement surge
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a surge of somethingI felt a surge of delight mingled with a bit of fear.I felt a surge of electrical power.As her fury drained, she felt a surge of uplift.She felt a surge of solidarity and loyalty towards him.The lower mortgage rates have sparked a surge of refinancing and purchase activity.That's why when schools are suffering a shortage of teachers, there is a surge of early retirements among staff.Of course he's absolutely wrong, she decided with a surge of irritation.
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