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quantum leapnoun [C]

us   /ˈkwɑn·təm ˈlip/ also quantum jump, /ˈkwɑn·təm ˈdʒʌmp/
a great improvement or important advance in something: It was a revolutionary generation of computers that was a quantum leap beyond anything on the market.
(Definition of quantum leap from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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quantum leapnoun [S]

uk   us  
a very large improvement or development in something: a quantum leap in sth The past two decades have seen a quantum leap in globalization and outsourcing. Anglian's managing director described the deal as a 'quantum leap forward' for the group.
(Definition of quantum leap from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “quantum leap”
in Chinese (Simplified) 飞跃,重大进展…
in Turkish çok büyük/çok önemli artış/gelişme…
in Russian резкий скачок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 飛躍,重大進展…
in Polish milowy krok, rewolucja…
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