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Spontaneous can also be described as thermodynamically favorable, as stated above this occurs without external interference. If I remember correctly spontaneous conditions are exothermic and have positive change in entropy.
To add on, the products of a spontaneous reaction are generally more stable than the reactants. Therefore, a spontaneous reaction can occur without any additional input of energy, and as said in the reply above, it normally releases energy.
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