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1to blurt sth (out) — espetar algo
- Suddenly a thought occurred to his young mind and he blurted it out before thinking it properly through.
- When describing his test debut he blurts it out.
- She just sometimes blurts things out before she thinks, and I think we should try to forgive it and go on.
- He blurts some knee-jerk retort about his music always being authentic and soulful then pauses and thinks about it a bit.
- He blurts it out as though it were the most natural thing in the world.
- These are the days when I can't be bothered talking about the hassles, but am happier just blurting them out ‘silently’ on here.
- Yet there I was in thick make-up and bad costumes, willingly standing on the stage and blurting my few lines.
- I had one such idea last night over dinner and I blurted it out straight away.
- As soon as Leslie's name was blurted out on a TV programme, the newspapers piled in.
- It was also in the back of my mind that my son might have had a few drinks one night, and blurted it out.
- I don't really think he meant to blurt it out that way, but he was nervous.
- But it just won't do to get up on stage and thrash around, and cry, and blurt things out.
- There's no more graceful way to say it, so I'll just blurt it out: What the hell is this?
- I would much prefer people found the pain that lies beneath rather than blurt it out and have it paraded and advertised.
- Once you start, it is essential that you don't just blurt it all out as this may sound like you are blaming him.
- You could tell he didn't think much of my work, though he was far too polite to blurt it out.
- Then they are like, talking late one night and Tammy blurts it out.
- He blurts things out without even meaning it, yet, he doesn't apologize!
- Daphne blurts the childlike word automatically, unthinking, and she rushes forward.
- He memorises quotes from movies and blurts them out at inopportune moments.