In order to be able to know the meaning of the exabrupt term that now concerns us, we must first indicate its etymological origin. In this case, we can state that it is a word that derives from Latin, exactly from the phrase “ex abrupt”, which can be translated as “abruptly” or “from the rough”. A phrase is composed of the prefix "ex-", which means "out", and the adjective "abruptus", which is synonymous with "rough" or "intractable."
The term outburst refers to what it happens unexpectedly or abruptly . The concept is used to refer to a word , a expression or a gesture which is rude or inconvenient.
Among the synonyms for exabrupto are rudeness, insult, tone out, incorrectness and inconvenience. On the contrary, among its antonyms we can highlight delicacy, praise or correction.
For example: "The French actor is usually news for his outbursts in interviews", “I apologize for my outburst yesterday, I was very nervous and did not express myself correctly”, "The tennis player's outburst was recorded by the TV cameras".
Outbursts usually occur in a situation of tension . A person who becomes enraged can lose the usual inhibitory brakes that condition the behavior and, thus, perform an action that is misplaced or misplaced.
Suppose a journalist makes a Question to a deputy and he, disgusted by the interrogation, responds insulting him . The insult of the political leader is an outburst: it is a lack of respect for the press worker. In addition, a deputy is expected to have decent public behavior, with an educated treatment towards all citizens. That is why his insult is an outburst.
In a match of soccer , a player who is enraged with a partner can dedicate a obscene gesture . This outburst can generate various reactions: a fight with the other player, a reprimand from the coach or even some kind of penalty from the referee if the conflict extends and includes other types of attacks.
Outbursts usually generate surprise . Many times, the one who releases an outburst then reconsiders and, calmer, apologizes.
In the same way, we cannot ignore the existence of an event that bears the name of the word that now occupies us. We are referring to the Ex Abrupto Festival that has been launched in Catalonia, specifically in Moià, and that is based on the development of cultural activities such as exhibitions, dance and music shows, projections of video-art works ...
Likewise, we cannot forget the book “Exabruptos y subtlezas”, a work published in 1997 and written by José Navarro.
In addition, there is also the book "Phrases of football", written by Miguel Gutiérrez and which has a prologue by Vicente del Bosque. It is a work where a review is made of the phrases, outbursts and tone outings that players and referees have committed on the field of play and that have become part of the history of that sport.