implode

[v] - burst inward
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implode

verb burst inward; `The bottle imploded`
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implode

implode, imploding 1. To burst inwards. 2. To collapse inwardly with force, as a result of external pressure being greater than the internal pressure, or to cause something to collapse inwardly. 3. To demolish (a building) by causing it to collapse inwardly. 4. To suffer from total economic or political collapse; for example, as a result of poor ...
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Implode

The opposite of explode. Bubbles implode in the higher pressure areas of the pump making noise and causing damage to the metal parts. This is normally called cavitation
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implode

burst inward
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implode

burst inward
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