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  1. leap

    • IPA[liːp]

    英式

    • v.
      jump or spring a long way, to a great height, or with great force;jump across
    • n.
      a forceful jump or quick movement;a dramatic increase in price, amount, etc.
    • noun: leap, plural noun: leaps

    • verb: leap, 3rd person present: leaps, gerund or present participle: leaping, past tense: leaped, past participle: leaped

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. jump or spring a long way, to a great height, or with great force:

      he leapt on to the parapet

      Fabia's heart leapt excitedly

    • 2. jump across:

      Peter leapt the last few stairs

    • 3. move quickly and suddenly:

      Polly leapt to her feet

    • 4. make a sudden rush to do something; act eagerly and suddenly:

      everybody leapt into action

    • 5. accept (an opportunity) eagerly:

      they leapt at the opportunity to combine fun with fund-raising

    • 6. (of a price, amount, etc.) increase dramatically:

      sales leapt by a third last year

    • 7. (especially of writing) be conspicuous; stand out:

      amid the notes, a couple of items leap out

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a forceful jump or quick movement:

      she came downstairs in a series of flying leaps

    • 2. a dramatic increase in price, amount, etc.:

      a leap of 75 per cent in two years

    • 3. a sudden abrupt change or transition:

      it doesn't take a great leap of imagination to recognize that you have held an important leadership role

    • 4. a thing to be leaped over or from:

      Lover's Leap

    • 5. a group of leopards:

      we stopped to photograph a leap of leopards

    • n. a huge, often sudden, increase or advance in something:

    • there has been a quantum leap in the quality of wines marketed in the UK

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    • n. a year, occurring once every four years, that has 366 days including February 29 as an intercalary day.

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    • n. a second that is occasionally inserted into the atomic scale of reckoning time in order to bring it into line with solar time. It is indicated by an additional beep in the time signal at the end of some years.

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    • n. the intercalary day in a leap year; 29 February.

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    • n. the intercalary day in a leap year; February 29.

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    • n. a huge, often sudden, increase or advance in something:

    • there has been a quantum leap in the quality of wines marketed in the UK

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    • n. a year, occurring once every four years, which has 366 days including 29 February as an intercalary day.

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    • n. a second which is occasionally inserted into the atomic scale of reckoning time in order to bring it into line with solar time. It is indicated by an additional bleep in the time signal at the end of some years.

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    • IPA[lēp]

    美式

    • v.
      jump or spring a long way, to a great height, or with great force:
    • I leaped across the threshold

      Fabia's heart leapt excitedly

    • n.
      a forceful jump or quick movement:
    • she came downstairs in a series of flying leaps

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  2. 知識+

    • she had leapt out of her skin

      她(過去)已經喜極而跳。 2009-11-30 22:39:18 補充: jump/leap/fly out of one's skin "驚喜到跳起來"的意思。

    • 請問幾句英文翻譯leapy leap/flappy flap

      英文這種 leapy leap, flappy flap 的寫法,一般都是童書。 兒童喜歡看緊張、懸疑、有趣的東西,所以...在落葉深深的叢林中 lie deep 是指落葉在叢林樹下積得很深 2.with a leapy leap/flappy flap/stompy stomp/swingy swing/shaky shake here and a leapy/flappy flap/stompy stomp...

    • 請教簡短的英文翻譯問題:does&low-leaping

      催促獵犬進入獵場追逐(不具危險性的母兔和體弱跳不高)的野兔和長叉角的鹿 1.does此時是名詞雌兔 2.low-leaping是跳不高不遠的意思.