English words and Examples of Usage

use "leap" in a sentence

There have been 25 leap seconds since they were introduced in 1972.

Futurist Vivek Wadhwa describes India's "leap" into mobile technology.

But the leap second could put more than just computer systems at risk.

BlackBerry Leap swaps keyboard for touchscreen (pictures) View gallery.

"The leap second is an irregular and currently unpredictable occurrence.

He's taking a great leap to a brilliant club and into a brilliant league.

He worked there nearly nine years before making the leap into his own firm.

The other parachutist, from the US Navy's Leap Frogs, suffered a broken leg.

Great leap forward China's space program has come along in leaps and bounds.

Even then, they're usually looking for some nook or cranny to leap out from.

This is the biggest leap in five caucus cycles, the newspaper's records show.

That's one small step for crowdfunding; one giant leap for museum conservation.

Therefore, if I lift weights, I will have a vertical leap of 40 inches as well.

Because UTC accounts for leap seconds, network time protocol must do so as well.

Since 1972, the year the convention was adopted, 25 leap seconds have been added.

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