Definition of overleap in English:


transitive verbpast participle verb overleaped, past participle verb overleapt

[with object]
  • 1 archaic Jump over or across.

    ‘a stream that any five-years-old child might overleap’
    • ‘But the splinter of the self that consistently emerges as the common enemy of the true and the good alike is the will, always seeking to overleap its own bounds.’
    1. 1.1Omit or ignore.
      ‘whatever objection made by us, he finds too heavy to remove, he overleaps it’
      • ‘With just the simplest physical language, they found a way to overleap logic and build an absurd world that makes a brand new kind of sense.’
      disregard, overlook, ignore, avoid considering, not take into consideration, forget, pay no attention to, let pass, let go, gloss over, take no notice of, pay no heed to, take no account of, close one's eyes to, turn a deaf ear to, turn a blind eye to, omit, skip



/ˌōvərˈlēp/ /ˌoʊvərˈlip/


Old English oferhlēapan(see over, leap).