Go to Bing homepage

springs

US 
UK 
  • na.【动】南非小羚羊
  • n.春天;弹簧;春季;泉
  • v.跳;跃;蹦;突然猛烈地移动
  • Web斯普林斯;半生缘;科罗拉多斯普林斯市
Springs
Show examples
n.
季节season
1.
[u][c]
春天;春季the season between winter and summer when plants begin to grow
flowers that bloom in spring/in the spring
春天开的花
He was born in the spring of 1944.
他生于 1944 年春。
There's a feeling of spring in the air today.
今天可以感到一点春天的气息。
spring flowers
春天的花
弹簧twisted wire
2.
[c]
弹簧;发条a twisted piece of metal that can be pushed, pressed or pulled but which always returns to its original shape or position afterwards
bed springs
床垫弹簧
3.
[u]
弹性;弹力the ability of a spring to return to its original position
The mattress has lost its spring.
那个床垫失去弹性了。
water
4.
[c]
a place where water comes naturally to the surface from under the ground
a mountain spring
山泉
spring water
泉水
活力cheerful quality
5.
[u][sing]
活力;朝气a cheerful, lively quality
She walked along with a spring in her step .
她迈着轻快的步伐向前走去。
跳跃sudden jump
6.
[c]
跳;跃a quick sudden jump upwards or forwards
With a spring, the cat leapt on to the table.
猫一跃跳上桌子。
v.
跳跃jump/move suddenly
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
跳;跃;蹦to move suddenly and with one quick movement in a particular direction
He turned off the alarm and sprang out of bed.
他关上闹钟,从床上跳了下来。
Everyone sprang to their feet(= stood up suddenly) when the principal walked in.
校长进来时,所有的人都立刻站了起来。
The cat crouched ready to spring.
那猫弓起背准备跳。
to spring to sb's defence/assistance(= to quickly defend or help sb)
连忙站出来保护╱帮助某人
2.
[i]
突然猛烈地移动to move suddenly and violently
The branch sprang back and hit him in the face.
树枝弹回来打在他脸上。
She turned the key and the lid sprang open.
她一拧钥匙,盖子啪地打开了。
使吃惊surprise
3.
[t]
突如其来地做;冷不防地问;突然说to do sth, ask sth or say sth that sb is not expecting
She sprang a surprise by winning the tournament.
这次比赛她获得冠军,爆了个大冷门。
I'm sorry to spring it on you , but I've been offered another job.
我很抱歉这样突然告诉您,我另有工作了。
突然出现appear suddenly
4.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
突然出现(或来到)to appear or come somewhere suddenly
Tears sprang to her eyes.
她眼里一下子涌出了泪水。
救出被拘禁者free prisoner
5.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb
帮助…逃跑(或越狱);营救to help a prisoner to escape
Plans to spring the hostages have failed.
营救人质的计划失败了。
IDM
‘Let's go!’ he said, springing into action.
他突然行动起来,说道:“咱们走!”
The town springs into life(= becomes busy) during the carnival.
狂欢节期间,全城突然热闹起来。
spring into action|spring into/to life
突然工作(或行动)起来to suddenly start working or doing sth
‘Let's go!’ he said, springing into action.
他突然行动起来,说道:“咱们走!”
The town springs into life(= becomes busy) during the carnival.
狂欢节期间,全城突然热闹起来。
spring a leak
出现裂缝;开裂漏水to develop a hole through which water or another liquid can pass
spring a trap
使捕兽器突然合上to make a trap for catching animals close suddenly
设套诱使某人做(或说)to try to trick sb into doing or saying sth; to succeed in this

Sample Sentence

Definition:
Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
Source:AllAll,DictionaryDictionary,WebWeb
Difficulty:AllAll,EasyEasy,MiddleMiddle,HardHard
More sentence filters
Hide sentence filters