spring

spring
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noun
1 season
ADJECTIVE
last, this past (esp. AmE)
the following, next, this, this coming
early, late
wet
SPRING + NOUN
weather
sun, sunlight, sunshine
frost, rain, shower, wind
tide

The highest spring tides of the the year occur after the equinoxes in March and September.

equinox
day, morning

a perfect spring day

semester (esp. AmE), term (esp. BrE)

The students spend the whole spring term on teaching practice.

season
break (esp. AmE)

high-school kids on spring break

bloom, bulb, flower

to plant spring bulbs

clean (BrE), cleaning (usually spring-cleaning)

They decided to give the attic a spring clean.

I want to do some spring-cleaning.

training (sports, esp. AmE)
conference (esp. BrE)

the party's spring conference

collection, exhibition, issue

the spring issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

2 coiled metal or wire
ADJECTIVE
coiled
box (AmE)

a box-spring mattress

VERB + SPRING
break

The children broke some springs jumping on the bed.

SPRING + VERB
break, go

Most of the springs have gone in the sofa.

3 where water comes up
ADJECTIVE
hot, thermal
bubbling
mineral, natural
mountain, underground
SPRING + VERB
bubble

A thermal spring bubbled up out of the rocks.

SPRING + NOUN
water

deliciously cool spring water

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verb
ADVERB
suddenly
apart, away, back, forth (esp. AmE), forward, out, up

He sprang back in alarm.

VERB + SPRING
be ready to, be waiting to

The lion crouched, ready to spring.

PREPOSITION
at

Lisa sprang at him and kissed him on both cheeks.

into, off, onto, out of, upon

He sprang out of the car.

PHRASES
spring open

The drawer sprang open.

spring to attention

The sentry sprang to attention.

spring to your feet

She sprang to her feet and ran to answer the doorbell.

Spring is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑cat, ↑hope, ↑tear, ↑tiger
Spring is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ambush, ↑leak, ↑surprise, ↑trap

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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