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burst with (an emotion)

Of an emotion, to be so filled up with something as to be unable to contain it. I was bursting with anger after they fired me from my job. My kids burst with joy when we told them we were going to the theme park over the weekend.
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burst with

Be overfull with something, be unable to contain oneself with an emotion. For example, Jane's award made her parents burst with pride, or Harry is bursting with the news about his promotion. [Early 1600s]
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"However, the concept of bursting a portion of certain applications to the cloud has not matured yet." And before this aspect of the cloud market approaches anything like maturity, organisations that are considering it will need to balance the potential benefits of cloud bursting with some logistical challenges.
This becomes particularly crucial when bursting with sectional pipes such as No-Dig VCP.
4 : to be filled to the maximum <The puppy is bursting with energy.>
Twelve pieces of chewing gum are packaged in a plastic slim-line bottle with a handy re-closable lid, designed to keep your gum in one place and bursting with breath freshening flavour.
For the Kildeer Court water main replacement project, the choice was trenchless pipe bursting with the Grundoburst static pipe bursting system from TT Technologies (Aurora, Illinois).
The costs of open cutting and the associated disruption it brings have convinced many municipalities to look at specifying pipe bursting with pneumatic tools for rehabilitating sewer lines.