Leapfrog meaning

lēp'frôg', -frŏg'
A game in which one player kneels or bends over while the next in line leaps over him or her.
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To jump over (someone) in leapfrog.
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To advance or progress beyond (a competitor or an obstacle, for example) in dramatic fashion.

Hoping to leapfrog the competition with new technology.

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To advance (two military units) by engaging one with the enemy while moving the other to a position forward of the first unit.
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To move forward in leapfrog.
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To move or progress in a discontinuous way.

The virus leapfrogged from town to town.

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A children's game in which players crouch on hands and knees in a line, with each player taking a turn vaulting with legs spread wide over the others from behind, one at a time.
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To jump in or as if in leapfrog; skip (over)
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To move or progress in jumps or stages.
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To jump or skip over, as in leapfrog.
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To overtake and go beyond.

A business leapfrogging the competition.

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(games) A children's game in which players vault over each other's stooped backs.
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To jump over some obstacle as in leapfrog.
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This new product will leapfrog the competition.

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(military) To advance by engaging enemy with one unit while the other moves further forward.
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(intransitive) To progress as in leapfrog.
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