explode

Explode vs Blowup - What's the difference?

explode | blowup |


As a verb explode

is to destroy with an explosion.

As a noun blowup is

an explosion, or violent outburst.

Explode vs Burstg - What's the difference?

explode | burstg |

Explose vs Explode - What's the difference?

explose | explode |


As verbs the difference between explose and explode

is that explose is while explode is to destroy with an explosion.

Erupt vs Explode - What's the difference?

erupt | explode |


As verbs the difference between erupt and explode

is that erupt is to violently eject while explode is to destroy with an explosion.

Vessel vs Explode - What's the difference?

vessel | explode |


As verbs the difference between vessel and explode

is that vessel is (obsolete|transitive) to put into a vessel while explode is to destroy with an explosion.

As a noun vessel

is (nautical) any craft designed for transportation on water, such as a ship or boat.

Explode vs Autoexplosive - What's the difference?

explode | autoexplosive |


As a verb explode

is to destroy with an explosion.

As an adjective autoexplosive is

describing a substance that tends to spontaneously explode.

Explode vs Kerblam - What's the difference?

explode | kerblam |


As verbs the difference between explode and kerblam

is that explode is to destroy with an explosion while kerblam is (rare) figuratively, to explode.

As an interjection kerblam is

(representing a sudden, loud sound, as the sound of an explosion).

Explode vs Nonexplosive - What's the difference?

explode | nonexplosive |


As a verb explode

is to destroy with an explosion.

As an adjective nonexplosive is

not explosive; unable to explode.

Explode vs Unstring - What's the difference?

explode | unstring | Synonyms |

Explode is a synonym of unstring.


As verbs the difference between explode and unstring

is that explode is to destroy with an explosion while unstring is to remove the string or strings from.

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