explode

Explode vs Exploder - What's the difference?

explode | exploder |


As a verb explode

is to destroy with an explosion.

As a noun exploder is

someone or something that explodes.

Explode vs Bomb - What's the difference?

explode | bomb |


As verbs the difference between explode and bomb

is that explode is to destroy with an explosion while bomb is (intransitive) to attack using one or more s; to bombard.

As a noun bomb is

an explosive device used or intended as a weapon.

As a adjective bomb is

(slang) great, awesome.

Pop vs Explode - What's the difference?

pop | explode |


As verbs the difference between pop and explode

is that pop is (label) to burst (something): to cause to burst while explode is to destroy with an explosion.

As a noun pop

is (label) a loud, sharp sound as of a cork coming out of a bottle or pop can be (label) affectionate form of father or pop can be pop music or pop can be a russian orthodox priest; a parson.

As a interjection pop

is sound made in imitation of the sound.

As a adjective pop

is (label) popular.

Burst vs Explode - What's the difference?

burst | explode |


As verbs the difference between burst and explode

is that burst is to break from internal pressure while explode is to destroy with an explosion.

As a noun burst

is an instance of, or the act of bursting .

Explode vs Implode - What's the difference?

explode | implode | Antonyms |

Explode is an antonym of implode.


As verbs the difference between explode and implode

is that explode is to destroy with an explosion while implode is to collapse or burst inward violently.

Explode vs Explosive - What's the difference?

explode | explosive |


As a verb explode

is to create an explosion, usually resulting in the destruction of an intended target.

As a noun explosive is

substance.

As a adjective explosive is

with the capability to, or likely to, explode.

Outburst vs Explode - What's the difference?

outburst | explode |


As verbs the difference between outburst and explode

is that outburst is to burst out while explode is to create an explosion, usually resulting in the destruction of an intended target.

As a noun outburst

is a sudden, violent expression of emotion or activity.

Emotional vs Explode - What's the difference?

emotional | explode |


As a adjective emotional

is of or relating to the emotions.

As a verb explode is

to create an explosion, usually resulting in the destruction of an intended target.

Violent vs Explode - What's the difference?

violent | explode |


In context|transitive|archaic|lang=en terms the difference between violent and explode

is that violent is (archaic) to urge with violence while explode is (archaic) to disprove or debunk.

As verbs the difference between violent and explode

is that violent is (archaic) to urge with violence while explode is to create an explosion, usually resulting in the destruction of an intended target.

As a adjective violent

is involving extreme force or motion.

As a noun violent

is (obsolete) an assailant.

Blast vs Explode - What's the difference?

blast | explode |


As verbs the difference between blast and explode

is that blast is to make a loud noise while explode is to create an explosion, usually resulting in the destruction of an intended target.

As a noun blast

is (senseid)a violent gust of wind or blast can be (cytology) an immature or undifferentiated cell (eg, lymphoblast, myeloblast).

As a interjection blast

is blast it; damn it.

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