the occurrence of a sudden discharge (as of liquid)
gush forth in a sudden stream or jet;
"water gushed forth"
move or act with a sudden increase in speed or energy
- After a silence, Molly let her anger spurt out.
- The wound was spurting blood.
- The volcano spurted (out) molten lava.
- The runner spurted as he approached the line.
- After turning left,he suddenly put on a spurt and passed the others.
- The water came out with a spurt.
- A great spurt of blood came out of the wound.
- Green put on a spurt and gained upon his pursuer.
- There was a sudden spurt of activity in the housing market.
- Nor is it only north European economies that have put in a spurt: Spain, too, has grown fast since 1999.
He put on a spurt and he's nearly as tall as Henry.出自： A. T. Ellis
Freud continued to work in spurts upon the text.出自： J. N. Isbister
The jet of water spurted out at them.出自： E. Blyton