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leapfrog

noun [U]  /ˈlipˌfrɔɡ, -frɑɡ/ us  
a children’s game in which each player jumps over another who is bending over

leapfrog

verb [I/T]  /ˈlipˌfrɔɡ, -frɑɡ/ (-gg-) us  
to improve your position by moving quickly past or over something that blocks your way: [T] We’re going to leapfrog the rest of the market in technology.
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