Hindi translation of 'leap'
leap /liːp लीप्/
Word forms: leaps, leaping, leaped or leapt /lept लेप्ट्/In British English, the form leapt is usually used in the past tense and past participle. American English usually uses leaped.
1. intransitive verb, countable noun
If you leap, or if you take a leap, you jump high in the air or jump a long distance.
कूदना या छलांग लगाना/कूद nf या छलांग , nf
He had leapt from a window and escaped.
2. intransitive verb
If you leap somewhere, you move there suddenly and quickly.
अचानक और तेज़ी से जाना
The two men leaped into the jeep.
The car leapt forward.
3. intransitive verb, countable noun
You can say that things leap or take a leap when they suddenly advance or increase by a large amount.
तेज़ी से वृद्धि करना/तेज़ वृद्धि nf
Their share will leap to about 15 per cent.
...a giant leap in productivity.
4. intransitive verb
If you leap at a chance or opportunity, you accept it quickly and eagerly.
तुरंत अपना लेना
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Example Sentences Including 'leap'
Hardly a woman likely to leap off the shelf into the arms of a delighted suitor.Death and Transfiguration
This necessitates a defensive stance on my part to withstand the joyful impact of his flying leap.Doubtful Motives
He pressed the button, allowed the thin stiletto blade to leap out.The Serpent's Mark
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'leap' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَثِبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: saltar
- Chinese: 跳
- Croatian: skočiti
- Czech: skočit skákat
- Danish: springe
- Dutch: springen
- European Spanish: saltar
- Finnish: hypähtää
- French: bondir
- German: springen
- Greek: αναπηδώ
- Italian: saltare
- Japanese: 跳ねる
- Korean: 뛰다
- Norwegian: hoppe
- Polish: przeskoczyć przeskakiwać
- Portuguese: saltar
- Romanian: a sări
- Russian: прыгать
- Spanish: saltar
- Swedish: språng
- Thai: กระโดด
- Turkish: sıçramak
- Ukrainian: стрибати стрибнути
- Vietnamese: nhảy
Translation of leap from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary