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erupt from (someone or something)

To burst out of someone or something. I couldn't believe the anger that erupted from Mike when he thought he'd been wronged. How can so much vomit erupt from such a tiny baby? When do scientists predict lava will erupt from this volcano again?
See also: erupt

erupt into (something)

1. To burst into something, often a noise. The crowd erupted into cheers when the band finally took the stage.
2. To escalate abruptly into a new situation or problem. What he thinks is a moment of constructive criticism often erupts into an argument with his daughter. Please don't let this little squabble erupt into a major rift between you two.
See also: erupt

erupt from something

to burst out of something or some place. A billow of smoke erupted from the chimney. A mass of ashes and gasses erupted from the volcano.
See also: erupt

erupt into something

[for something] to become a serious problem suddenly. The argument erupted into a terrible fight. They were afraid the fight would erupt into a riot.
See also: erupt
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Widespread eruptive dermal and atypical melanocytic nevi in association with chronic myelocytic leukemia: a case report and review of the literature.
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4 To our knowledge, this is the first case of SNF with eruptive seborrheic keratoses published in literature.
The last large intermittent eruptive activity on Shinmoedake took place during the Edo period (1603-1867).
You have eruptive hot springs, Ice Age-like animals, the smell of sulfur; it feels like the beginning of the world.
Air travel may have resumed in Europe--although there still have been sporadic shutdowns across the continent--but the future behavior of the volcanic ash cloud and the eruptive system that spurred it is difficult to predict, remarks volcanologist Michael E Sheridan, founder of the Center for Geohazards Studies, Buffalo, N.
Eruptive syringoma: 27 new cases and review of the literature.
The eruptive column is some 10 km (33,000 feet) high," Hugo Yepes, director of Ecuador's Geophysical Institute, told reporters.
Minding the balanceand occasional eruptive gapof metaphysical contradictions (the dead co-existing with the living) Bloch reaffirms the act of witnessing to be an art of patience and of hope: Her assessors eye is shrewd but genial.
Via Jason's camera system, "we were watching lava slowly get pushed up and out of the eruptive vent," Chadwick said.
V630 Cas has long been part of the Variable Star Section's Recurrent Objects Programme whose purpose is to monitor poorly studied eruptive stars of various types, especially those with long intervals between outbursts.
The study used an integrative approach and monitored eruptive activity, including lava flow output, explosive activity, flank instability, submarine and subaerial landslides, tsunami, and mitigation strategies.
At this point I will take you back to 1862, when the children in Kings Norton workhouse were all going down with what they called a "severe eruptive disease".
Eruptive xanthomas and lipemia retinalis present when plasma triglycerides concentration > 2000 and 4000 mg/dl respectively.