SPRING-4: meaning and examples
Today we finish our look at some different expressions that use the verb spring in them.
Today's first expression is: to spring from (spoken; informal)
Meaning: to appear suddenly and unexpectedly from a particular place.
I was walking down the corridor when suddenly a man in a dark suit sprang from behind a wall. He scared the heck out of me!
Today's second expression is: to spring up
Meaning: to appear or develop quickly and suddenly.
Before the crisis, estate agents sprang up everywhere. Since the crisis, many have disappeared.
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