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spring

  

      vb  
1    bounce, bound, hop, jump, leap, rebound, recoil, vault  
2      (often with)       from   arise, be derived, be descended, come, derive, descend, emanate, emerge, grow, issue, originate, proceed, start, stem  
3      (with)       up   appear, burgeon, come into existence or being, develop, mushroom, shoot up  
      n  
4    bound, buck, hop, jump, leap, saltation, vault  
5    bounce, bounciness, buoyancy, elasticity, flexibility, give     (informal)   recoil, resilience, springiness  
6    beginning, cause, fount, fountainhead, origin, root, source, well, wellspring  
      adj  
7      (of the season)   springlike, vernal  
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n.
light snowfall during spring
[UK]
exp.
When something is 'in the air', it means something exciting or significant is taking place or about to happen. Ex.: Spring is in the air - it's time for change!
n.
de saison tout est bon
n.
fleurs de printemps sont fruits d'automne
n.
de la discussion, jaillit la lumière
n.
en carême, saumon et sermon sont de saison
n.
doux hiver, printemps desséché, pénible hiver, printemps mouillé
n.
de la neige, les flocons sont les papillons de la saison
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