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sprang

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[ sprang ]
/ spræŋ /
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verb
a simple past tense of spring.
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Other definitions for sprang (2 of 2)

sprang2
[ sprang ]
/ spræŋ /

noun
a technique of weaving in which the warp is interwoven and there is no weft.

Origin of sprang

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1950–55; perhaps <Norwegian: lace, tatting
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British Dictionary definitions for sprang

sprang
/ (spræŋ) /

verb
the past tense of spring
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