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jump in English:

1. leap leap

Look before you leap.
leapt, leaped
Look at the computer company Apple. After its first flush of success it brought in John Sculley from Pepsi to enable it to make the next leap forward.
That’s one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.
Our investment was a leap into the darkness but it was worth it.
Once I saw my mum leaping in fear of a mouse from chari to chair.
The freerunner leapt over cars and park benches in front of a large crowd of people.
Quitting my office job was a leap in the dark.
Decoding the DNA structure was a great leap for medical science.
Has mankind made a giant leap in technological development since the XIX century?
I was terrified when the barking dog leapt out from behind the tree.
A huge fish leapt out of the water just in front of our boat.
Atlantic salmon are able to leap 15 feet high
unemployment leaps to ten-year high
There was a sudden leap in the number of the unemployed.

2. kangaroo kangaroo

Have you ever seen a kangaroo?
The other day he bought a wallet made of kangaroo leather for me.
A female kangaroo carries its young in the pouch.
A kangaroo lives in Australia.
A newborn kangaroo is small enough to fit into a teaspoon
The female of kangaroo carries her young in a pouch on the front of her body.
Baby kangaroos are always in the marsupial pouch.
A kangaroo can jump 13 metres.
An ostrich can not fly any more than a kangaroo can.
I was tried in a kangaroo court.
The kangaroo jumps very high.