1. To remove objects of obstruction
2. To clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.
3. To go away or disappear
4. To make a way or path by removing objects:
5. To make clear, bright, light, or translucent
6. To pass by, over, or under without making contact; SYN. top.
7. To remove (people) from a building
8. To remove the occupants of
9. To rid of instructions or data
10. To sell
11. To settle, as of a debt
12. To free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment
13. To pass an inspection or receive authorization
14. To be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts
To restore a device to a prescribed initial state, usually the zero state.
1. To leap; to lift both feet from the ground in a bounding motion.
2. To cause to jump or leap, as of a trained animal; SYN. leap.
3. To enter eagerly into.
4. To increase suddenly and significantly.
5. To make a sudden physical attack on.
6. To move forward by leaps and bounds; SYN. leap, bound, spring.
7. To bypass; SYN. pass over, skip, skip over.
overleap / oʊvəliːp /
ETYM AS. oferhleápan. Related to Over, and Leap.
To defeat (oneself) by going too far.
skip / skɪp /
Sinonimi: bound off
1. To move or proceed with leaps and bounds or with a skip; to bound off one point after another; ricochet
2. To leave hurriedly or secretly
3. To pass over or omit an interval, item, or step; to omit a grade in school in advancing to the next; misfire
4. To pass over without notice or mention; omit; to pass by or leave out (a step in a progression or series)
5. To cause to skip (a grade in school); to cause to bound or skim over a surface
6. To leap over lightly and nimbly
7. To depart from quickly and secretly; to fail to attend or participate in
8. To bound off one point after another; SYN. bound off.