What is leap?

  • (verb): Move forward by leaps and bounds.
    Synonyms: jump, bound, spring
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on leap:

Lover's Leap (Tahoe, CA) - Climbing
... Lover's Leap is a popular climbing destination with over one hundred and fifty established routes ... The 'Leap gained its current climbing popularity during the 1960s and 1970s, a period during which the first ascents of most notable new lines were done. 1970s, and opened the first climbing school at Lover's Leap ...
Lover's Leap (Tahoe, CA) - Geography
... The cliffs of Lover's Leap run horizontally through the Eldorado National Forest for over a third of a mile (0.6 km), with heights between 250–600 feet (76–183 m) ... Express trail roughly parallels Route 50, and runs directly beneath Lover's Leap ... The Forest Service operates the nearby Lover's Leap Campground, and the historic Strawberry Lodge is also nearby ...
Leap (education And Training) - Leap For Business
... Formed in 2010 by Leap and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Leap for Business is a free signposting service offering independent, impartial and comprehensive skills advice to business throughout Suffolk ...

More definitions of "leap":

  • (noun): An abrupt transition.
    Example: "A successful leap from college to the major leagues"
    Synonyms: jump, saltation
  • (verb): Cause to jump or leap.
    Synonyms: jump
  • (noun): The distance leaped (or to be leaped).
    Example: "A leap of 10 feet"
  • (verb): Pass abruptly from one state or topic to another.
    Example: "Leap into fame"
    Synonyms: jump
  • (noun): A sudden and decisive increase.
    Synonyms: jump

Famous quotes containing the word leap:

    Never try to leap from a standstill.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    O thou day o’ th’ world,
    Chain mine armed neck, leap thou, attire and all,
    Through proof of harness to my heart, and there
    Ride on the pants triumphing!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    So, she will never leap up that way again, with the yellow flash of
    a mountain lion’s long shoot!
    —D.H. (David Herbert)