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bursta.suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure; ('busted' is an informal term for 'burst' as in); ruptured, busted

burstn.a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason); fit

burstn.transfer of a block of data all at one time without a break; Certain microprocessors and certain buses have features that support various types of burst transfers

burstn.
  1. the abrupt ionization of the gas in an ionization chamber by cosmic rays
  2. an abrupt increase in the amplitude of a signal; Also, the type of signal that results from burst action


burstv.to break fanfold continuous-feed paper apart at its perforations, resulting in a stack of separate sheets

burstv.burst
  1. to break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; bust
  2. to emerge suddenly
  3. to move suddenly, energetically, or violently