definition of spring

The term spring is designated as one of the four seasons of the year that elapses between winter and summer, although it presents certain almanac differences as a hemisphere; in the northern hemisphere it begins on March 21 and ends on June 21 and in the southern hemisphere it begins on September 21 and expires on December 21.

Among its main characteristics is the blooming of flowers, greening of pastures and although it is still necessary to continue using a jacket or covering, the days begin to appear progressively as it progresses, warmer and also longer, that is, already it doesn't get dark so early like during winter. Likewise, and although this is not an intrinsic characteristic, spring, in many parts of the world, is also often referred to as the season of love, because just as flowers bloom, grasslands look greener and butterflies flutter pollen. Of the flower, there is a widespread belief that during the spring more sentimental unions take place than those that take place in the other seasons of the year.

Meanwhile, in some countries, spring is a holiday that is celebrated almost, almost like a national holiday, for example, in the case of Argentina, in addition, that day is celebrated on student's day, then, young people on the occasion of both celebrations fill the squares and parks to celebrate it.

But the term spring also has other quite recurring uses ...

To the time that manifests greater beauty and splendor is often referred to as spring. The economy is going through a spring incomparable to other times.

Too, to the years of a person and especially if he is young, they are called spring. Maria is only 20 years old.

And the last use is to designate a type of plant with long, broad leaves, from which yellow parasol-shaped flower stalks rise.

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