quantum leap

NOUN
  1. a sudden large increase or advance
    this may not insure success but it will represent a quantum leap from last summer
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How To Use quantum leap In A Sentence

  • We saw more murders and kidnappings than ever before, and violent crimes took a quantum leap.
  • The vaccine represents a quantum leap in healthcare.
  • They conjecture that an evolutionary quantum leap happened after an archaebacterium swallowed a eubacterium.
  • There has been a quantum leap in the range of the wines sold in the UK.
  • The appointment of a female director is a quantum leap for women's equality.
  • The quantum leap in writing technology came with the introduction of personal computers.
  • What excites me is how do you make a quantum leap in the performance of the business? Times, Sunday Times
  • The treatment of breast cancer has taken a quantum leap forward.
  • The appointment of a female director is a quantum leap for women's equality.
  • A blind and irresistible impulse urges you to make a commitment in a personal relationship and take a quantum leap into unknown territory.
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