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    Idioms

    Which is the best meaning for the phrase below:

    Yes, you've improved by leaps and bounds. I'm so proud of you.

    By leaps and bounds:

    A. effectively

    B. abruptly

    C. greatly

    D. highly

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    This term is a redundancy, since leap and bound both mean "spring" or "jump," but the two words have been paired since Shakespeare's time and are still so used.

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