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vault over (someone or something)

To bound or leap over someone or something, especially by using one's hands to propel oneself upward. The robber vaulted over the fence and disappeared down an alleyway. The soccer superstar actually managed to vault over the defensive player, regain control of the ball, and send an amazing shot into the net.
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vault into

1. To attain, achieve, or accomplish something with great alacrity and vigor. With the overwhelming success of its new home console, the former toy maker vaulted into a position of dominance in the video game industry.
2. To propel someone to some point or state of success or prosperity, especially very suddenly or rapidly. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "vault" and "over." His revolutionary invention vaulted the scientist into fame and fortune beyond his wildest dreams.
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vault into something

to jump or dive into something. The diver vaulted into the pool. He vaulted into bed and pulled up the covers.
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vault over someone or something

to jump or leap over someone or something. Molly vaulted over Ted and kept on running. She vaulted over the trunk.
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vault into

v.
To attain some position as if by leaping suddenly or vigorously: With the sale of the company, the founders vaulted into a position of wealth.
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Hitting the 1 million mark isn't the only change in store for Svalbard; the vault is also getting a makeover.
Vault: 1 Cora Molesworth 12.30, 2= Scarlett Hastings and Lexi Jackson 12.10, 1 Molly Urbach 12.05.
Capellan, who won gold in floor exercise and bronze in vault in last year' Kuala Lumpur Southeast Asian Games, also wants to show that he deserves the slot in the national team.
- Vault Innovation Academy (VIA) is a research institution focused on the study and training of innovation that leverages research insights to develop proven techniques for innovation at scale.
The head coach for the athletes Wang Wen-hsiang mentioned in an interview with the media saying," He is contented to see the stable performance for the female pole vault athletes.
The vault's owners say it will have 24-hour security protection and even seismic shock sensors in case of earthquake.
On January 5, the Delhi Directorate of Income Tax had sealed specified lockers in a private vault in U & I Vaults in South Ex here.
But last fall, higher-than-average temperatures that scientists linked to climate change melted some of that permafrost, and water seeped into the vault's entrance.
After realising that banks were no longer accepting safety deposit boxes from clients, they decided to open their own vault. They now run Merrion Vaults in Dublin, as well as a similar firm in Scotland called Glasgow Vaults.
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Vault EDC will be an adaptive cloud application purpose-built for trial processes in an effort to speed critical workflows and enable real-time feedback.
Seven hours later the smile was back on her face as the 22A[degrees]yearA[degrees]old realised she had clinched the eighth and last qualifying place for the vault final and could become the first Indian to win an Olympic gymnastics medal.
IMAGINiT is also introducing enhancements to IMAGINiT Utilities for Vault Client and IMAGINiT Utilities for Vault Server as well as a new tool in IMAGINiT Utilities for Vault Server, Vault Command Line.
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Vault 1 will now be used mainly for 'lightly' contaminated rubble produced from demolition work at Dounreay, while Vault 2 will store all remaining LLW that requires more 'engineered packaging' to be dealt with safely, and for which 'special disposal procedures have been developed'.