To jump from one location to another. (verb) एक स्थान से दूसरे स्थान पर कूदने के लिए।
The act of leaping or jumping. (noun) उछलने या उछलने की क्रिया या भाव।
Examples of word leap
IV. iii.148 (410,8) [How will he triumph, leap, and laugh at it?] [W: geap] To _leap_ is to _exult_, to skip for joy.
The main leap is recognizing that preserving data will be an ongoing semi-hygienic chore, like brushing your teeth or taking out the trash.
Your plan works … I think we should just skip doing this in the Atlantic and go to a place in South Africa called Simonstown where Great White sharks have been known to leap from the water to get their prey which is normally the seals the live and hunt in the area. linzloo08 brought to you by I Want My Country Back, Inc.!! says:
But if he does come back, Fresno State will look to make a big leap from a 15-18 season and a 7-9 record in the WAC.
I think the leap from the tree-limb is a good start.
Anatomy of a Scene: The Explosive Bridge Chase Scene — A dissection of the sequence when Bourne narrowly avoids a train coming down the tracks to leap from a bridge onto a barge underneath.
The leap from the ponderous Maxim to the AK is great, and Chivers necessarily covers many significant weapons only briefly.
Whether it'll be able to make a leap from a borderline NCAA team to a national contender -- as State fans thought might happen this season -- requires yet another stretch of the imagination.
When we gave Eli his big contract, we needed him to go from above-average/pretty good to very good, and to make the leap from a steward of a good offense to someone who could carry the offense by himself.