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As verb (used without object) [sprang, sprung; sprung; spring·ing.]
To Rise, Leap, Move, Or Act Suddenly And Swiftly, As By A Sudden Dart Or Thrust Forward Or Outward, Or Being Suddenly Released From A Coiled Or Constrained Position: To Spring Into The Air; A Tiger About To Spring.
To Be Released From A Constrained Position, As By Resilient Or Elastic Force Or From The Action Of A Spring: A Trap Springs. The Door Sprang Open And In He Walked.
To Issue Forth Suddenly, As Water, Blood, Sparks, Fire, Etc. (often Followed By Forth, Out, Or Up): Blood Sprang From The Wound.
To Come Into Being, Rise, Or Arise Within A Short Time (usually Followed By Up): Industries Sprang Up In The Suburbs.
To Come Into Being By Growth, As From A Seed Or Germ, Bulb, Root, Etc.; Grow, As Plants.
To Proceed Or Originate From A Specific Source Or Cause.
To Have As One's Birth Or Lineage; Be Descended, As From A Person, Family, Stock, Etc.; Come From: To Spring From Ancient Aristocracy.
To Rise Or Extend Upward, As A Spire.
To Take An Upward Course Or Curve From A Point Of Support, As An Arch.
To Come Or Appear Suddenly, As If At A Bound: An Objection Sprang To Mind.
To Start Or Rise From Cover, As A Pheasant, Woodcock, Or The Like.
To Become Bent Or Warped, As Boards.
To Shift Or Work Loose, As Parts Of A Mechanism, Structure, Etc.: The Board Sprang From The Fence During The Storm.
To Explode, As A Mine.
To Begin To Appear, As Day, Light, Etc.; Dawn.
As verb (used with object) [sprang, sprung; sprung; spring·ing.]
To Cause To Spring.
To Cause To Fly Back, Move, Or Act, As By Resiliency, Elastic Force, A Spring, Etc.: To Spring A Lock.
To Cause To Shift Out Of Place, Work Loose, Warp, Split, Or Crack: Moisture Sprang The Board From The Fence.
To Split Or Crack: The Ship Sprang Its Keel On A Rock.
To Develop By Or As By Splitting Or Cracking: The Boat Sprang A Leak.
To Bend By Force, Or Force In By Bending, As A Resilient Slat Or Bar.
To Stretch Or Bend (a Spring Or Other Resilient Device) Beyond Its Elastic Tolerance: This Clip Has Been Sprung.
To Bring Out, Disclose, Produce, Make, Etc., Suddenly: To Spring A Joke.
To Leap Over.
To Secure The Release Of (someone) From Confinement, As Of Jail, Military Service, Or The Like.
To Move (a Vessel) Into Or Out Of A Berth By Pulling On The Offshore End Of A Warp Made Fast To The Pier.
To Explode (a Mine).
A Leap, Jump, Or Bound.
A Sudden Movement Caused By The Release Of Something Elastic.
An Elastic Or Bouncing Quality: There Is A Spring In His Walk.
Elasticity Or Resilience: This Board Has Spring In It.
A Structural Defect Or Injury Caused By A Warp, Crack, Etc.
An Issue Of Water From The Earth, Taking The Form, On The Surface, Of A Small Stream Or Standing As A Pool Or Small Lake.
The Place Of Such An Issue: Mineral Springs.
A Source Or Fountainhead Of Something: A Spring Of Inspiration.
An Elastic Contrivance Or Body, As A Strip Or Wire Of Steel Coiled Spirally, That Recovers Its Shape After Being Compressed, Bent, Or Stretched.
The Season Between Winter And Summer: In The Northern Hemisphere From The Vernal Equinox To The Summer Solstice; In The Southern Hemisphere From The Autumnal Equinox To The Winter Solstice.
(in Temperate Zones) The Season Of The Year Following Winter And Characterized By The Budding Of Trees, Growth Of Plants, The Onset Of Warmer Weather, Etc.
The First Stage And Freshest Period: The Spring Of Life.
A Period Of Growth, Recovery, Or Regeneration (usually Used In Combination): Signs Of An Economic Spring.
The Dawn, As Of Day, Light, Etc.
Of, Pertaining To, Characteristic Of, Or Suitable For The Season Of Spring: Spring Flowers.
Resting On Or Containing Mechanical Springs.
To Pay For; Treat Someone To.
Bearing Or Having A Load; Full: A Loaded Bus.
Containing Ammunition Or An Explosive Charge: A Loaded Rifle.
(of A Word, Statement, Or Argument) Charged With Emotional Or Associative Significance That Hinders Rational Or Unprejudiced Consideration Of The Terms Involved In A Discourse.
(of Dice) Fraudulently Weighted So As To Increase The Chances Of Certain Combinations To Appear Face Up When The Dice Are Thrown.
(of A Product, Building, Etc.) Including Many Extra Features, Accessories, Luxuries, Or The Like: The New Model Sports Car Is Loaded—air Conditioning, A Tape Deck, Real Leather Seats Are All Included.
That Part Of A Room, Hallway, Or The Like, That Forms Its Lower Enclosing Surface And Upon Which One Walks.
A Continuous, Supporting Surface Extending Horizontally Throughout A Building, Having A Number Of Rooms, Apartments, Or The Like, And Constituting One Level Or Stage In The Structure; Story.
A Level, Supporting Surface In Any Structure: The Elevator Floor.
One Of Two Or More Layers Of Material Composing A Floor: Rough Floor; Finish Floor.
A Platform Or Prepared Level Area For A Particular Use: A Threshing Floor.
The Bottom Of Any More Or Less Hollow Place: The Floor Of A Tunnel.
A More Or Less Flat Extent Of Surface: The Floor Of The Ocean.
The Part Of A Legislative Chamber, Meeting Room, Etc., Where The Members Sit, And From Which They Speak.
The Right Of One Member To Speak From Such A Place In Preference To Other Members: The Senator From Alaska Has The Floor.
The Area Of A Floor, As In A Factory Or Retail Store, Where Items Are Actually Made Or Sold, As Opposed To Offices, Supply Areas, Etc.: There Are Only Two Salesclerks On The Floor.
The Main Part Of A Stock Or Commodity Exchange Or The Like, As Distinguished From The Galleries, Platform, Etc.
The Bottom, Base, Or Minimum Charged, Demanded, Or Paid: The Government Avoided Establishing A Price Or Wage Floor.
An Underlying Stratum, As Of Ore, Usually Flat.
As verb (used with object)
To Cover Or Furnish With A Floor.
To Bring Down To The Floor Or Ground; Knock Down: He Floored His Opponent With One Blow.
To Overwhelm; Defeat.
To Confound Or Puzzle; Nonplus: I Was Floored By The Problem.
To Push (a Foot-operated Accelerator Pedal) All The Way Down To The Floor Of A Vehicle, For Maximum Speed Or Power.
To Overwhelm Completely; Defeat: He Expected To Mop The Floor With His Opponents.
To Arise To Address A Meeting.
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