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Italian translation of “leap”

leap

verb   /liːp/ (past tense and past participle UK/US leaped, past tense and past participle UK leapt)
to suddenly move somewhere
balzare, saltare, spiccare un salto
I leapt up to answer the phone .
to jump somewhere
balzare, saltare, spiccare un salto
A big deer leapt over our fence .
(Definition of leap verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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