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leapt is leap's Past Tense

leap

US [lip]
UK [liːp]
  • v.跳;跳跃;跳越;猛冲;跳跃;跳越;迅速行动;(胸部等)跳动
  • n.跳跃;跃进;跳跃的高度[距离];交尾;跳跃;跳越;跳高;骤变
  • Web飞跃;力普特;药疗法
Simple Present:leaps  Present Participle:leaping  Past Tense:leaped  Past Tense:leapt  
leapt
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v.
1.
[i][t]
跳;跳跃;跳越to jump high or a long way
A dolphin leapt out of the water.
海豚跃出水面。
We leapt over the stream.
我们跳过了那条小溪。
The horse leapt a five-foot wall.
那匹马跃过了一道五英尺高的墙。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
猛冲;突然做(某事)to move or do sth suddenly and quickly
She leapt out of bed.
她突然翻身下了床。
He leapt across the room to answer the door.
他冲过房间去应门。
I leapt to my feet(= stood up quickly) .
我赶紧站了起来。
They leapt into action immediately.
他们立即断然采取了行动。
She was quick to leap to my defence(= speak in support of me) .
她马上挺身而出为我辩护。
The photo seemed to leap off the page(= it got your attention immediately) .
那张照片跃然纸上,引人注目。
His name leapt out at me(= I saw it immediately) .
他的名字立刻映入了我的眼帘。
3.
[i]
~ (in sth) (from…) (to…)
骤增;剧增;猛涨to increase suddenly and by a large amount
The shares leapt in value from 476p to close at 536p.
股价从 476 便士猛涨到收盘时的 536 便士。
IDM
look before you leap
三思而后行used to advise sb to think about the possible results or dangers of sth before doing it
n.
— see also
quantum leap
1.
跳越;跳跃;跳高a long or high jump
a leap of six metres
一跳跳了六米
She took a flying leap and landed on the other side of the stream.
她助跑后一个飞跃跳到小溪的对面。
His heart gave a sudden leap when he saw her.
他看见她时,心猛地一跳。
Few people successfully make the leap from television to the movies.
从电视业转向电影业很少有人成功。
2.
~ (in sth)
骤变;剧增;激增a sudden large change or increase in sth
a leap in profits
利润跃升
IDM
Her health has improved in leaps and bounds.
她的健康已迅速好转。
by/in leaps and bounds
非常迅速;飞跃地;突飞猛进;大量地very quickly; in large amounts
Her health has improved in leaps and bounds.
她的健康已迅速好转。
a leap in the dark
冒险举动an action or a risk that you take without knowing anything about the activity or what the result will be

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