English version

burst open

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishburst openburst openSUDDENLYto open suddenly The door burst open and Tom ran into the room. burst
Examples from the Corpus
burst openTwo bags of paper money hurtled on to the road and burst open.Then the door'd burst open and Albert Swift and his gang had walked in.The door of the shuddering carriage burst open, and Fedorov tumbled out, struggling with the woman.The bedroom door had burst open and Peter was striding into the room.The door burst open and the kids piled into the house.But then the door bursts open and yet more soldiers push into the room.She says the door bursts open just when they reach the cages and the monster comes through.Douglas burst open the door into the first, where somebody had lit a lamp.
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