What is the difference between Leaf and Leap and Lip?




What is the difference between Leaf and Leap and Lip? :


Leaf : (noun)

(
1 ) One of the parts of the plant

Sweep up the dead leaves.


(
2 ) Sheet of paper

Give me a loose leaf of paper.



Leaf : (verb)

(
1 ) Turn over the pages of a book quickly

Glance through something

While he is waiting, he leafs through the magazine.



Leap : (verb)

(
1 ) Jump vigorously

She leapt into the water.

Some monkeys can leaf five meters from one tree to another.

My heart leapt for joy at the news.


(
2 ) Rush

I leapt into my car.

He leapt to the telephone.


(
3 ) Accept something eagerly

She leapt at the chance to go to America.



Leap : (noun)

(
1 ) Vigorous jump

He crossed the garden in five leaps.


(
2 ) Rapid increase or change

There was a leap in prices of vegetables.

There was a leap in the number of people out of employment.



Lip : (noun)

(
1 ) Either of the fleshy edges of the mouth or opening of the mouth

She kissed me on the lips.











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