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Spanish translation of “leap”

leap

verb /liːp/ (past tense, past participles leapt /lept/, especially American leaped)
to jump
saltar, brincar
He leapt into the boat.
to jump over
saltar
The dog leapt the wall.
to rush eagerly
tirarse
She leaped into his arms.
leapfrog noun a game in which one person vaults over another’s bent back, pushing off from his hands.
pídola
leap year noun every fourth year, which consists of 366 days, February having 29, ie 1996, 2000, 2004 etc.
año bisiesto
by leaps and bounds extremely rapidly and successfully
a pasos agigantados
His English is improving by leaps and bounds.
(Definition of leap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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