Complete Definition of "irrupt"

English

Etymology
From Latin irrumpere

Verb
irrupt

  1. transitive To break into.
  2. intransitive To enter forcibly or uninvited.
  3. intransitive To rapidly increase or intensify.
  4. Misspelling of erupt.

Related terms
irruption

Derived terms
irruptive

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Revision and Credits for"irrupt"
  • 2007-07-23 20:51 - AutoFormat - -''(transitive)'' +{{transitive}}, -''(intransitive)'' +{{intransitive}}, -''(intransitive)'' +{{intransitive}}

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