Definition of spurred
1 : wearing spurs
2 : having one or more spurs a spurred violet
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The growth signals a reversal from the winter, when worries about China’s growth and investor bets that the Chinese currency would weaken spurred outflows of money, contributing to sell-offs in markets around the world.
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