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leap

verb [I + adv/prep] (MOVE SUDDENLY) 突然移動     /liːp/ (leapt or leaped)
to make a large jump or sudden movement, usually from one place to another 跳,跳躍 He leapt out of his car and ran towards the house. 他跳下車朝那所房子跑去。 I leaped up to answer the phone 我跳起來去接電話。 The dog leapt over the gate into the field. 狗越過大門朝田野跑去。 Making short, sudden movementsJumpingBouncing
(Definition of leap verb (MOVE SUDDENLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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