Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Eruption"

The meaning of "Eruption" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does identify moral eruption in a stranger mean?
A: Volcanoes erupt. Volcanic eruption
A person’s character can be corrupt. Character corruption

“Identify moral corruption in a stranger” means the ability to assess a stranger's character, to identify character flaws which are very bad.
Q: What does eruption mean?
A: a volcano erupts 🌋

Example sentences using "Eruption"

Q: Please show me example sentences with eruption. ( about little baby's first teeth ).
A: he/she is teething - they are getting new teeth

teether- something to chew on

new teeth are coming in!- the most natural way to talk about eruption
Q: Please show me example sentences with eruption.
A: The volcano’s eruption was powerful.
Her eruption of anger scared me.
That’s pretty much the only time we use eruption. For the most part, it’s only talking about volcanos and stuff that literally erupts.
Q: Please show me example sentences with eruption.
A: The eruption of the volcano caused a lot of damage.
The lava erupted from the volcano.
Did you hear about the eruption in Hawaii? Many people died from it.

Synonyms of "Eruption" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between eruption and outbreak ?
A: Outbreak would be more used for a sickness suddenly spiking up somewhere,

"There is a Influenza outbreak, So wash your hands!"(Influenza is a illness.)

While you could use Eruption in 2 different ways, One exploding with anger, The other being a sudden force.

1."My sudden eruption left my friend crying."

2."A volcanic eruption happens in Hawaii quite often."

Or in the context you seem to be speaking about,

3."There was an eruption of Influenza recently."

The eruption of Influenza would be a sudden rapid increase in Influenza case. An outbreak, Would be more spread an not as rapid. The main difference is people usually use outbreak more.
Q: What is the difference between eruption and outbreak and outburst ?
A: If you’re talking about people, outburst and eruption are similar.

Outburst is when someone loses their temper. My dictionary gives me 八つ当たり.

Eruption literally refers to something like a volcano exploding and starting to produce lava. (火山噴火). By analogy it’s used with people like outburst, usually as “erupted “. It’s much worse than outburst.

Outbreak is something different. Outbreak is like basically 発生. Like 感染症が発症した (an infectious disease has broken out)

Translations of "Eruption"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? eruption
A: @suruding. ㅋㅋㅋ

Other questions about "Eruption"

Q: The eruptions of the volcanoes are a consequence of the increase in the temperature of the magma that is inside the earth ¿Cómo suena esto? does this sound natural?
A: Depende - si hablas de volcanes específicos, está bien escrito. Si hablas de volcanes en general, suena mejor decir “Volcanic eruptions are ....” y el resto está bien. También podrías decir “The eruptions of volcanoes are ....” pero suena menos natural. Lo clave es que las cosas generales en inglés no llevan artículo como hacen en español.
Q: This eruption was the largest in the world and brought with it a winter climate that destroyed the production of plants and crops in places as far away as China and the United States does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: this eruption was the largest in the world and brought with it a winter climate that destroyed agricultural production in places as far away as China and the United States does this sound natural?
A: Perfect!
Q: Mt.Mihara gave a sudden eruption yesterday and all the inhabitants of the island were starting to evacuate. does this sound natural?
A: Mt.Mihara erupted suddenly yesterday[...]

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