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irrumpir [irrumpiendo|irrumpido] {verb}

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1. general
En Bagdad, varios individuos armados irrumpieron en una iglesia, asesinaron a 52 personas y 200 resultaron heridas.
In Baghdad, armed individuals burst in, shooting 52 people and wounding 200.
Ramas retorcidas de árboles destacando contra cortinas de nubes, cercas que se prolongan hasta horizontes oscuros y bandadas de pájaros irrumpiendo en el cielo que presagian un destino incierto.
Twisting tree limbs are silhouetted against billowing clouds, fences stretch to dark horizons, and flocks of birds burst forth across the sky, seeming to portend doom.
2. formal
En Bagdad, varios individuos armados irrumpieron en una iglesia, asesinaron a 52 personas y 200 resultaron heridas.
In Baghdad, armed individuals burst in, shooting 52 people and wounding 200.
Ramas retorcidas de árboles destacando contra cortinas de nubes, cercas que se prolongan hasta horizontes oscuros y bandadas de pájaros irrumpiendo en el cielo que presagian un destino incierto.
Twisting tree limbs are silhouetted against billowing clouds, fences stretch to dark horizons, and flocks of birds burst forth across the sky, seeming to portend doom.

Context sentences for "irrumpir" in English

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SpanishLa alta cultura clásica tiene más facilidad de irrumpir.
Mainstream culture has a much easier time of it.
Spanishestán listos para irrumpir en el mercado japonés
they are poised to break into the Japanese market