Leapfrog vs Bypass - What's the difference?

leapfrog | bypass |


As nouns the difference between leapfrog and bypass

is that leapfrog is (games) a children's game in which players vault over each other's stooped backs while bypass is a road that passes around something, such as a residential area.

As verbs the difference between leapfrog and bypass

is that leapfrog is to jump over some obstacle as in leapfrog while bypass is to avoid an obstacle etc, by constructing or using a bypass.

leapfrog

English

Noun

(wikipedia leapfrog) (en noun)
  • (games) A children's game in which players vault over each other's stooped backs.
  • Derived terms

    * leapfrogger

    Verb

    (leapfrogg)
  • To jump over some obstacle as in leapfrog .
  • To overtake
  • This new product will leapfrog the competition.
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  • , year=2011 , date=January 12 , author=Saj Chowdhury , title=Liverpool 2 - 1 Liverpool , work=BBC citation , page= , passage=Blackpool thus achieved their first double over Liverpool since the 1946-47 season but more significantly they leapfrogged their opponents in the table with a game in hand. }}
  • (military) To advance by engaging enemy with one unit while the other moves further forward.
  • To progress as in leapfrog .
  • bypass

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia bypass) (bypasses)
  • a road that passes around something, such as a residential area
  • a circumvention
  • a section of pipe that conducts a fluid around some other fixture
  • an electrical shunt
  • (medicine) an alternative passage created to divert a bodily fluid around a damaged organ; the surgical procedure to construct such a bypass
  • Verb

    (es)
  • to avoid an obstacle etc, by constructing or using a bypass
  • to ignore the usual channels or procedures
  • Anagrams

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