leapt


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leapt

 (lĕpt, lēpt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of leap.

leapt

(lɛpt, lipt)

v.
a pt. and pp. of leap.
Translations

leapt

[ˈlɛpt]
pt
pp of leapleap year nannée f bissextile
References in classic literature ?
His own fighting blood leapt hot at sight of the magnificent striped cat.
In other words, P&G leapt from expertise in manufacturing and engineering to expertise in psychology, advertising, and marketing.
The leaping provided an endless stream of precarious situations, such as being landed with a punch as he leapt into the body of a boxer, or having to fly a plane as he assumed the persona of a pilot.