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springe

 (sprĭnj)
n.
1. A device for snaring small game, made by attaching a noose to a branch under tension.
2. A trap or snare.

[Middle English, branch, spring; see spring.]
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springe

(sprɪndʒ)
n
(Hunting) a snare set to catch small wild animals or birds and consisting of a loop attached to a bent twig or branch under tension
vb
1. (Hunting) (intr) to set such a snare
2. (Hunting) (tr) to catch (small wild animals or birds) with such a snare
[C13: related to Old English springan to spring]
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springe

(sprɪndʒ)

n.
a snare for catching small game.
[1200–50; Middle English; Old English *sprencg, ultimately derivative from base of spring]
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springe


Past participle: springed
Gerund: springing

Imperative
springe
springe
Present
I springe
you springe
he/she/it springes
we springe
you springe
they springe
Preterite
I springed
you springed
he/she/it springed
we springed
you springed
they springed
Present Continuous
I am springing
you are springing
he/she/it is springing
we are springing
you are springing
they are springing
Present Perfect
I have springed
you have springed
he/she/it has springed
we have springed
you have springed
they have springed
Past Continuous
I was springing
you were springing
he/she/it was springing
we were springing
you were springing
they were springing
Past Perfect
I had springed
you had springed
he/she/it had springed
we had springed
you had springed
they had springed
Future
I will springe
you will springe
he/she/it will springe
we will springe
you will springe
they will springe
Future Perfect
I will have springed
you will have springed
he/she/it will have springed
we will have springed
you will have springed
they will have springed
Future Continuous
I will be springing
you will be springing
he/she/it will be springing
we will be springing
you will be springing
they will be springing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been springing
you have been springing
he/she/it has been springing
we have been springing
you have been springing
they have been springing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been springing
you will have been springing
he/she/it will have been springing
we will have been springing
you will have been springing
they will have been springing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been springing
you had been springing
he/she/it had been springing
we had been springing
you had been springing
they had been springing
Conditional
I would springe
you would springe
he/she/it would springe
we would springe
you would springe
they would springe
Past Conditional
I would have springed
you would have springed
he/she/it would have springed
we would have springed
you would have springed
they would have springed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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It was no mature woman with a long dark vista of intrigue behind her who was tormented thus; but a girl of simple life, not yet one-and twenty, who had been caught during her days of immaturity like a bird in a springe. To calm herself the more completely she rose from her little stool and left the room, overturning the stool with her skirts as she went.
"The Squire's pretty springe, considering his weight," said Mr.
I had beaten hemp, which there grows wild, and made of it a sort of ticking; this I filled with the feathers of several birds I had taken with springes made of YAHOOS' hairs, and were excellent food.
Crews were deployed to Springe Lane at around 10pm to help rescue the struggle cattle.
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Oswald, A side-channel analysis resistant description of the AES S-box International Workshop on Fast Software Encryption, Springe, Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany, 2005.
the regions influenced by the Baltic Sea), changes in annual air temperatures were synchronous with the increase starting in 1988 (Springe et al., 2007; Kriauciuniene et al., 2012).
Upon returning home from her exchange program on communications and journalism, Inga Springe, a Latvian alumna of the Hubert H.
We illuminated compartments either using 'blue' light (colour: blue) with a maximal intensity of wavelengths between 440-490 nm (LED light bulb 1W blue, GU10, 230V by Paulmann Licht GmbH, Springe, Germany; intensity [greater than or equal to] 0.001 W [m.sup.-2] [nm.sup.-1]) or 'warm-white' light (colour: yellow-orange) with a maximal intensity of wavelengths between 575-675 nm (LED light bulb 1 W warm-white, GU10, 230V by Paulmann Licht GmbH, Springe, Germany; intensity [greater than or equal to] 0.001 W [m.sup.-2] [nm.sup.-1]).
So long as Latvia has a steady supply of people like Re:Baltica's Sanita Jemberga and Inga Springe, I have a lot of optimism for the country's future.