spring to (v.+prep.)
在…出现 be expressed
I sprang to my feet, for anger had overtaken me.我怒不可遏,猛地跳了起来。
spring out of(v.+adv.+prep.)
从…猛跳了起来 move quickly upwards from sth
He sprang out of bed when the alarm went off.当警报响的时候他从床上猛跳了起来。
弹回 move back
The ball sprang back and hit him.球弹回打在他身上。
从…来 come from
Where did you spring from?你从哪里来的?
突然告知 make known so as to surprise
They are trying to spring a surprise in us.他们打算告诉我们一个惊人的消息。
1. I let the horse drop his head to crop the spring grass.
2. The blustery winds of spring had dropped to a gentle breeze.
3. If unused, winter radishes run to seed in spring.
4. In the spring, the meadow is a mass of daffodils.
5. And all the time next spring's elections are drawing closer.
6. I wouldn't lay bets on his still remaining manager after the spring.
7. Freezing weather in spring hampered the hens' ability to lay.
8. Every spring the ozone is chewed up, and the hole appears.
9. They had stopped by a spring to refresh themselves.
10. One spring morning a handful of potential investors assembled in Quincy.
11. Save major painting jobs for the spring or summer.
12. The Labor government of Western Australia has an election due next spring.
13. Two friends and I drove to Florida during college spring break.
14. We slogged through the mud of an early spring thaw.
15. The word Easter derives from Eostre, the pagan goddess of spring.