the season between winter and summer; the part of the year when leaves and flowers appear
an object usually a length of metal wound round, which can be forced together or pressed down, and will return to its original shape when let go
a place where water comes up naturally from the ground
an action to move quickly and suddenly upwards or forwards as if by jumping
leap, jump; surprise; alarm
"the emerging buds were a sure sign of spring"
"he will hold office until the spring of next year"
"the spring was broken"
"The horse bounded across the meadow"
"The child leapt across the puddle"
"Can you jump over the fence?"
"our plans began to take shape"
"The rubber ball bounced"
"These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
"The tire sprang a leak"
"He sprang these news on me just as I was leaving"
No good drinking water in that land, save..at a rare spring.
出自： H. Belloc
Of one hill spring three great Rivers.
出自： P. Holland
The perspiration which sprung from his brow.
出自： Sir W. Scott
The error sprang from carelessness.
He springs from a poor peasant's family.
他出身于贫农家庭。 spring sth from sth
Eighteen months later Black was sprung from prison.18
He sprang a new proposal on us.
Grasshoppers were springing through the field.
Tears sprang to her eyes.
The words sprang to her lips.
他不顾周身的灼伤,一跃而起,向激战的地方冲去。 spring up from sth
He sprang up from his seat.
他从座位上跳了起来。 spring up out of sth
The boy sprang up out of the chair as soon as he heard the doorbell ring.
那孩子一听到门铃响,就从椅子上跳起来。 spring up
How that plant has sprung up since I last saw it!
自从我上次看见那株幼苗以来,它长得可真快呀! spring up
A strong wind sprang up soon after we left the harbour.
All of a sudden, a southeasterly wind sprang up and the sky was overcast.
Opposition to the plan has sprung up in some political groups.
What caused this doubt to spring up in your mind?
A suspicion sprang up in her mind after she heard what he'd said.
In recent years, new buildings have sprung up like mushrooms in the city.
A new custom has sprung up.
He is sprung from a peasant family.
误 There are four seasons in the year:Spring,Summer,Autumn and Winter.
正 There are four seasons in the year:spring, summer, autumn and winter.
误 He returned to his hometown in spring of 1969.
正 He returned to his hometown in the spring of 1969.
误 He went to Japan in this spring.
正 He went to Japan this spring.
析 当表示“季节”意义的名词前有this, that, last, next, every等词修饰时,不能加介词in。