Word: spring

Category: spring

Hobbies & Leisure, Arts & Entertainment, Sports

Related words: spring

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Synonyms: spring

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: spring

spanish
salto, saltar, elasticidad, manantial, muelle, ...


german
feder, frühjahr, abspringen, quell, triebfeder, ...

french
émaner, entrain, origine, saillie, renouveau, ...

italian
slancio, sorgente, saltare, primavera, elasticità, ...

portuguese
abrir, fonte, nascente, difundir, primavera, ...

dutch
opwellen, bron, springveer, ontspringen, voorjaar, ...

russian
упругость, вспугивать, взрывать, создавать, исток, ...

norwegian
fjær, kilde, vår

swedish
fjäder, språng, ursprung, källa, vår, ...

finnish
hete, pompata, lähde, jousi, ponnahtaa, ...

danish
springe, fjeder, kilde, vår, forår

czech
původ, zdroj, zřídlo, jaro, skok, ...

polish
podskoczenie, źródlany, sprężyna, jary, resor, ...

hungarian
ugrás, repedés, rugó

turkish
bahar, çeşme, pınar, yay, kaynak

greek
εκτινάσσομαι, άνοιξη, αναπηδώ

ukrainian
пагони, підхоплюватися, започаткувало, пружинити

albanian
mbin, pranverë, krua, bunar

bulgarian
весна

belarusian
вясна, скакаць

estonian
allikas, vedru, kevad

croatian
nagon, jurnuti, podići, niknuti, odskočiti, ...

icelandic
brunnur

latin
fons, ver

lithuanian
spyruoklė, pašokti, šaltinis, versmė, verdenė, ...

latvian
atspere, lekt, pavasaris, avots

romanian
primăvară, izvor, arc

slovenian
vzmet, pomlad

slovak
zdroj, jar, úsvit, jaro, pružina

Popularity stats: spring

Most searched by regions

Maryland, District of Columbia, Texas, Pennsylvania, Tennessee

Most searched by cities

Spring Hill, Silver Spring, Spring, Houston, Washington

The meaning and "use of": spring

noun
  • the season after winter and before summer, in which vegetation begins to appear, in the northern hemisphere from March to May and in the southern hemisphere from September to November.
  • a resilient device, typically a helical metal coil, that can be pressed or pulled but returns to its former shape when released, used chiefly to exert constant tension or absorb movement.
  • a sudden jump upward or forward.
  • a place where water or oil wells up from an underground source, or the basin or flow formed in such a way.

verb
  • move or jump suddenly or rapidly upward or forward.
  • originate or arise from.
  • cushion or fit (a vehicle or item of furniture) with springs.
  • pay for, especially as a treat for someone else.

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