burst through (something)

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burst through (something)

To break through something, such as a material or restraint. A wrecking ball just burst through the wall of the building they're tearing down.
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burst through something

to break through or penetrate something with force. The tank burst through the barrier easily. The workers burst through the wall after a lot of hard work.
See also: burst, through