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Definition of explosion:
- a violent release of energy caused by a chemical or nuclear reaction
- 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"
- the noise caused by an explosion; " the explosion was heard a mile away"
- a sudden great increase; " the population explosion"; " the information explosion"
- The act of exploding; detonation; a chemical action which causes the sudden formation of a great volume of expanded gas; as, the explosion of gunpowder, of fire damp, etc.
- A bursting with violence and loud noise, because of internal pressure; as, the explosion of a gun, a bomb, a steam boiler, etc.
- A violent outburst of feeling, manifested by excited language, action, etc.; as, an explosion of wrath.
- The act of bursting from a solid to a gaseous state; a sudden bursting with a loud report; a sudden and violent outbreak.
- A sudden discharge of nerve force.
- Act of exploding; sudden burst or expansion with noise.
- The act of exploding; a sudden and violent outbreak.
- A bursting with violence and a loud report, due to the sudden expansion of an elastic fluid; any violent outburst, as of pent- up elements.
- A bursting forth with violence and noise; a sudden expansion with noise by excessive internal pressure; the noise itself.
- See explode.