英 [ɪmˈpləʊd] 美 [ɪmˈploʊd]
第三人称单数： implodes 现在分词： imploding 过去式： imploded 过去分词： imploded
派生词： implosion n.
记忆技巧：im 向内 + plod 爆裂；大声音 + e → 向内爆炸 → 内聚爆炸
explode blow up go off burst erupt rupture implode
These are all words that can be used when sth bursts apart violently, causing damage or injury. 以上各词均可表示爆炸、爆破、爆裂。
to burst loudly and violently, causing damage; to make sth burst in this way 指爆炸、爆破、爆裂、引爆：
The jet smashed into a hillside and exploded.
The bomb was exploded under controlled conditions.
blow (sth) up
to be destroyed by an explosion; to destroy sth by an explosion 指爆炸、（被）炸毁：
A police officer was killed when his car blew up.
(of a bomb) to explode; (of a gun) to be fired 指炸弹爆炸、枪开火：
The bomb went off in a crowded street.
1.Many expected that overnight millionaires from tech IPOs would lead the Bay Area housing market to get even hotter this year, but the narrative never gained traction because the IPO market imploded.
2.The fall of the Berlin wall is seen as a key moment in the collapse of communism. Just two years later, the Soviet Union imploded and the Cold War was declared over.
3.The collapse in valuations reflects growing concerns that many private equity-owned companies will implode as the economic contraction intensifies.
4.He figured out when it's gonna implode.
5.Bubbles eventually burst and economic forecasts implode when bubbles explode.
6.There are plenty of reasons for China's stock market bubble to implode, but most are internal.
7.They can suddenly gain millions of users and huge valuations and just as abruptly lose appeal and implode.
8.Most likely, if you get into a relationship with your tutor or lecturer, it will implode at some point, and you'll have to endure the awkwardness and pain.
9.Some part of her worried that it would eventually implode.
10.But this would cause the financial system to implode, since the relations between assets and liabilities now in euros would become so uncertain.