简明英汉词典

by leaps and bounds
adv.
飞跃地

美国传统词典[双解]

leap
leap
AHD:[l?p]
D.J.[li8p]
K.K.[lip]
v.(动词)
leaped或 leapt [lμpt, l?pt] leap.ingleaps
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To spring or bound upward from or as if from the ground; jump:
跳跃:从地面或象从地面向上弹起或跳起;跳起:
leaped over the wall; salmon leaping upriver.
跃过围墙;鲑鱼溯河跃行而上

(2)

To move quickly or abruptly from one condition or subject to another:
迅速转换:从一种情况或主题快速或突然地转向另一个:
always leaping to conclusions.
总是突然作出结论

(3)

To act impulsively:
冲动地行动:
leaped at the opportunity to travel.
把握旅行的机会临时出发
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To jump over:
跳过:
couldn't leap the brook.
无法跃过小溪

(2)

To cause to leap:
使跳跃:
leap a horse over a hurdle.
驾马跃过栅栏
n.(名词)

(1)

The act of leaping; a jump.
跳:跳跃的动作;跳

(2)

A place jumped over or from.
跳过的地方,跳起的地方

(3)

The distance cleared in a leap.
一次跳过的距离

(4)

An abrupt or precipitous passage, shift, or transition:
骤变:突然或急促的通过、变化或过渡:
a leap from rags to riches.
由穷人一跃变为富翁

习惯用语

by leaps and bounds
Very quickly:
非常快地:
growing by leaps and bounds.
长得飞快

leap in the dark
An act whose consequences cannot be predicted.
无法预测后果的行为

leap of faith
The act or an instance of believing or trusting in something intangible or incapable of being proved.
信仰不可捉摸:信仰或相信不可捉摸或无法证明之事物的行为或例子

语源

(1)

Middle English lepen
中古英语 lepen

(2)

from Old English hl?n
源自 古英语 hl?n

继承用法

leaper
n.(名词)

现代英汉综合大辞典

leap
[li:p]
vi.
(leapt [lept], leaped [li:pt])[现在除成语外, 普通用 jump]

(1)

跳跃[越]; 猛然行动

(2)

(胸部等)跳动
leap over a ditch
跳过沟渠
His heart leaps up.
他的心扑通地跳。

词性变化

leap
[li:p]
vt.

(1)

跳过, 跳越

(2)

使跳过
leap a wall
跳墙

leap
[li:p]
n.

(1)

跳跃, 飞跃, 跃进

(2)

跳跃的高度[距离]

(3)

剧增

继承用法

leaper
n.
跳跃者

习惯用语

aleapin the dark
盲目的冒险行动;死

by leaps and bounds
突飞猛进地

Look before youleap.
[谚]三思而后行。

with leaps and bounds
飞跃地, 迅速地

leap at
急切地抓住(机会等)

特殊用法

driving leap
(三级跳远)起跳后蹬

eagle leap
跳起空中两手触足尖

gallop leap
卡洛泼步, 马步跳

split leap
劈叉跳

stride leap
跨跳

turning leap
转体跳

美国传统词典

leap
leap
AHD:[l?p]
D.J.[li8p]
K.K.[lip]
v.
leapedor leapt [lμpt, l?pt] leap.ing, leaps
v.intr.

(1)

To spring or bound upward from or as if from the ground; jump:
leaped over the wall; salmon leaping upriver.

(2)

To move quickly or abruptly from one condition or subject to another:
always leaping to conclusions.

(3)

To act impulsively:
leaped at the opportunity to travel.
v.tr.

(1)

To jump over:
couldn't leap the brook.

(2)

To cause to leap:
leap a horse over a hurdle.
n.

(1)

The act of leaping; a jump.

(2)

A place jumped over or from.

(3)

The distance cleared in a leap.

(4)

An abrupt or precipitous passage, shift, or transition:
a leap from rags to riches.

习惯用语

by leaps and bounds
Very quickly:
growing by leaps and bounds.

leap in the dark
An act whose consequences cannot be predicted.

leap of faith
The act or an instance of believing or trusting in something intangible or incapable of being proved.

语源

(1)

Middle English lepen

(2)

from Old English hl?n

继承用法

leaper
n.

英汉航海大词典

by leaps and bounds
prep.飞速地,大幅度地

英汉环境大词典

by leaps and bounds
n.飞快地,突飞猛进地

英汉化学大词典

by leaps and bounds
adv.飞快地,突飞猛进地

英汉经贸大词典

by leaps and bounds
n.飞快地,突飞猛进地

英汉计算机大词典

by leaps and bounds
adv.飞快地(突飞猛进地)

英汉能源大词典

by leaps and bounds
n.飞快地,突飞猛进地

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