Suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure; ('busted' is an informal term for 'burst' as in); SYN. ruptured, busted.
A sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason); SYN. fit.
Transfer of a block of data all at one time without a break. Certain microprocessors and certain buses have features that support various types of burst transfers. See also burst speed (definition 1).
(Irregular preterit, past participle: burst).
1. To break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; SYN. bust.
2. To emerge suddenly.
3. To move suddenly, energetically, or violently.
To break fanfold continuous-feed paper apart at its perforations, resulting in a stack of separate sheets.