Phrasal Verb 'Leap'

We have 4 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Leap'.

Leap at

Meaning: Take an opportunity enthusiastically

Example: He LEAPED AT the chance to visit.

Leap on

Meaning: Show interest in or try to use something to your advantage

Example: They have LEAPT ON the bandwagon to increase sales.

Leap out at

Meaning: Be very noticeable

Example: Her face LEAPT OUT AT me the second I saw the photo.

Leap upon

Meaning: Show interest in or try to use something to your advantage

Example: They have LEAPT UPON a couple of errors in the document and want to invalidate the agreement.