English version

spring to somebody’s defence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspring to somebody’s defencespring to somebody’s defenceDEFENDto quickly defend someone who is being criticized Charlene sprang immediately to her son’s defence. spring
Examples from the Corpus
spring to somebody’s defenceEqually notable figures will spring to the defence of the secret deal, however.
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