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leapfrog in Other games topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_198_bleapfrogleap‧frog1 /ˈliːpfrɒɡ $ -froːɡ, -frɑːɡ/ noun [uncountable]  DGOa children’s game in which someone bends over and someone else jumps over them
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leapfrogLike leapfrog and friendships with older girls the teachers always put a stop to it.Support vans play leapfrog with the runners, moving ahead a mile or so at a time.More than 200 youngsters from North Road school in Darlington held a sponsored leapfrog to collect money for Oxfam.