spring1 S2 W2
the season between winter and summer when leaves and flowers appear
season[uncountable and countable]TMC
the spring of 1933
in/during the spring
It's due to open in the spring.
It was a cold, sunny day in early spring.
a) [countable usually plural]TD
something, usually a twisted piece of metal, that will return to its previous shape after it has been pressed down:
an old armchair with broken springs
the ability of a chair, bed etc to return to its normal shape after being pressed down
a place where water comes up naturally from the ground:
There are several hot springs in the area.
if you walk with a spring in your step, you move quickly and happily:
As he walked into the office that morning, there was a spring in his step.
happy and full of energy - used humorously
a sudden quick movement or jump in a particular direction [= leap]