burst in

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w>burst in

vihinein-/hereinstürzen; (on conversation) → dazwischenplatzen (on bei); he burst in on user platzte bei uns herein
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Paul MacManomy, Walsall branch development officer for union Unison, said: "The young woman was locking up for the night when the gang burst in and she was forced to flee into an office and lock herself inside.
They burst in after waiting outside until the staff had locked the doors and were putting the takings away.
The previous Sun-day raiders burst in to the Shire Horse pub, in Henley Green, and licensee David Parkinson, his girlfriend Rachel MacNiven and two friends were forced to lie on the floor as their hands were bound and they were blindfolded.