English version

spring into existence/being

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspring into existence/beingspring into existence/beingSTART TO HAPPEN, EXIST ETCto suddenly begin to exist A lot of small businesses sprang into existence during the 1980s. spring
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spring into existence/beingLouis, have sprung into being.Here, a fast, sparkling fresh stream springs into existence, fords a lane and runs parallel to a wooden pathway.The nurse's soft, slightly damp touch faded and darkness sprang into being inside Chesarynth's head.It may be possible to think of a universe springing into existence out of nothing at all.Finally new businesses do not spring into existence simply because taxes are reduced in a given area.
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