leap from (something) to (something)

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leap from (something) to (something)

1. To hop or jump off of something and onto something else. The monkey used the vines to leap from tree to tree. In a dramatic moment, the stranded victim leaped from the top floor of the burning building to the helicopter that had lowered beside her.
2. To hop or jump down from something to a lower thing or level. The kids leaped from the platform to the pool below. Please stop leaping from your bunk bed to the ground like that! It creates the most awful thumping sound, like the floor is going to collapse.
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