Leap Year In English

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  1. The Great Leap Forward (Second Five Year Plan) of the People's Republic of China (PRC) was an economic and social campaign led by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) from 1958 to 1962. Chairman Mao Zedong launched the campaign to reconstruct the country from an agrarian economy into a communist society through the formation of people's communes.
  2. Longman English Leap Test Papers 2020. As a support to online classroom for the new school year, we have provided various digital resources.

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année bissextile
Leap Year

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Interest accrues for each day during a leap year.
L'intérêt est payé pour chaque jour pendant une année bissextile.
A leap year has three hundred and sixty-six days.
Une année bissextile a trois cent soixante-six jours.
Remarque Le nombre 365 est utilisé même pour les années bissextiles.
The date 29 February is printed even though it is not a leap year.
La date du 29 février a été indiquée, bien que ce ne soit pas une année bissextile.
The Mission monitors the situation closely to ensure variations caused by a leap year, etc are treated appropriately.
La mission surveille la situation attentivement pour s'assurer que les variations causées, par exemple, par une année bissextile sont traitées comme il se doit.
Le nombre 365 est utilisé même pour les années bissextiles.
C'est comme une année bissextile.
The list of dangerous dates published to departments and agencies included 29 February 2000 of the leap year.
La liste des dates dangereuses qui a été communiquée aux ministères et aux organismes comprend le 29 février 2000 de l'année bissextile.
For convenience, for these purposes February 29 of a leap year is ignored.
Par souci de commodité, le 29 février d'une année bissextile est ignoré à ces fins.
The Egyptian Sothis calendar was based on a 365 day year with no February 29 leap year.
Le calendrier de Sothis d'Egyptien a été basé sur par an de 365 jours sans l'année bissextile du 29 février.
Day, date, month, leap year and day/night indication in apertures.
Jour, date, mois, année bissextile et indication jour/nuit par guichets.
'1999' L Valeur booléenne indiquant s'il s'agit d'une année bissextile.
During a leap year, interest is earned on the leap day.
Au cours d'une année bissextile, des intérêts sont payés pour le jour supplémentaire.
In 2004, February had 29 days due to the leap year.
En 2004, le mois de février comptait 29 jours puisque c'était une année bissextile.
However, legends as to the origin of the leap year go beyond that.
Cependant, les légendes quant à l'origine de l'année bissextile dépassent celle.
Every hundred years, the Gregorian calendar suppresses a leap year, except during century leap years.
Le calendrier grégorien supprime une année bissextile tous les cent ans, à l'exception des années séculaires divisibles par 400.
He used out leap year every four years, but it was not quite right.
Il a utilisé hors de l'année bissextile tous les quatre ans, mais ce ne était pas tout à fait raison.
Many applications will also fail to recognise the Year 2000 as a leap year.
Nombreux seront aussi les domaines d'application où l'an 2000 ne sera pas reconnu en tant qu'année bissextile.
Ce n'est pas une année bissextile.
C'était un jeudi d'une année bissextile.
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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Englishlepe yeer, lep ȝere, lyp ȝere, equivalent to leap +‎ year. Probably from a much older formation related to the Old Norsehlaup-ár(leap year), Old Englishmōnan hlȳp(moon's leap) (compare Latinsaltus lunae used in reckoning lunar months on a 19-year cycle). The name is presumably related to the phenomenon that any fixed date of a 365-day calendar advances one weekday each year but every date of a 366-day year (on modern reckonings after February 29) advances by two weekdays instead.[1] For example, Christmas (December 25) fell on a Saturday in 2004, a Sunday in 2005, a Monday in 2006, and a Tuesday in 2007 but then 'leapt' over Wednesday to fall on a Thursday in 2008.

Noun[edit]

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  1. A year in the Julian or Gregorian calendars with an intercalarydayadded to February, used to adjust for the extrahours of the solar year; a 366-day year.
    • 1878, W.S.B. Woolhouse & al., 'Calendar' in the Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th ed., Vol. IV, p. 666–7:
      The additional day which occurred every fourth year [after the Julian Reform] was given to February, as being the shortest month, and was inserted in the calendar between the 24th and 25th day. February having then twenty-nine days, the 25th was the 6th of the calends of March, sexto calendas; the preceding, which was the additional or intercalary day, was called bis-sexto calendas,—hence the term bissextile, which is still employed to distinguish the year of 366 days. The English denomination of leap-year would have been more appropriate if that year had differed from common years in defect, and contained only 364 days. In the ecclesiastical calendar the intercalary day is still placed between the 24th and 25th of February; in the civil calendar it is the 29th.
  2. (inexact) Any otheryearfeaturingintercalation, such as a year in a lunisolarcalendar with 13 monthsinstead of 12, used to maintain its alignment with the seasons of the solar year.

Synonyms[edit]

  • (Julian & Gregorian):bissextile, bissext

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Leap Year Meaning In English

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Translations[edit]

  • Afrikaans: skrikkeljaar(af)
  • Arabic: سَنَة كَبِيسَة(sana(t) kabīsa)
  • Breton: bloavezh bizeostm
  • Bulgarian: високосна годинаf(visokosna godina)
  • Burmese: please add this translation if you can
  • Catalan: any de traspàs(ca)m, any bixest(ca)m, any bissextil(ca)m
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: 閏年(zh), 闰年(zh)(rùnnián)
  • Czech: přestupný rok(cs)m
  • Danish: skudår(da)n
  • Dutch: schrikkeljaar(nl)n
  • Esperanto: superjaro
  • Estonian: liigaasta(et)
  • Faroese: leypárn
  • Finnish: karkausvuosi(fi)
  • French: année bissextile(fr)f
  • Georgian: ნაკიანი წელიწადი(naḳiani c̣elic̣adi), ნაკიანი წელი(naḳiani c̣eli)
  • German: Schaltjahr(de)n
  • Greek: δίσεκτο έτοςn(dísekto étos)
  • Hebrew: שנה מעוברת(he)m(shaná meubéret)
  • Hindi: अधिवर्ष(adhivarṣ), लीप वर्ष(līp varṣ)
  • Hungarian: szökőév(hu)
  • Icelandic: hlaupárn
  • Ido: bisextila yaro
  • Indonesian: tahun kabisat(id)
  • Interlingua: anno bissextil
  • Irish: bliain bhisighf
  • Italian: anno bisestilem
  • Japanese: 閏年(ja)(うるうどし, urūdoshi; じゅんねん, junnen)
  • Khmer: please add this translation if you can
  • Korean: 윤년(ko)(yunnyeon) (閏年(ko))
  • Lao: please add this translation if you can
  • Lithuanian: keliamieji metaimpl
  • Luxembourgish: Schaltjoern
  • Macedonian: престапна годинаf(prestapna godina)
  • Malay: tahun lompat
  • Maltese: sena bisestili
  • Maori: tau kuhurangi
  • Mongolian: өндөр жил(öndör jil)
  • Norman: année bissextilef
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: skuddårn, skottårn
    Nynorsk: skottårn, skotårn
  • Persian: سال انباشته(sâl-e ambâšte), سال کبیسه(fa)(sâl-e kabise)
  • Plautdietsch: Schaultjoan
  • Polish: rok przestępny(pl)minan
  • Portuguese: ano bissexto(pt)m
  • Romanian: an bisect(ro)m, an bisectilm
  • Russian: високо́сный год(ru)m(visokósnyj god)
  • Scottish Gaelic: bliadhna-leumf
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: преступна годинаf
    Roman: prestupna godinaf, prijestupna godinaf
  • Slovak: priestupný rokm
  • Slovene: prestopno leto(sl)n
  • Southern Altai: кату јыл(katu ǰïl)
  • Spanish: bisiesto(es)m, año bisiesto(es)m
  • Swedish: skottår(sv)n
  • Tagalog: taong-pares
  • Thai: please add this translation if you can
  • Turkish: artık yıl(tr)
  • Ukrainian: високо́сний рікm(vysokósnyj rik), пере́ступний рік(peréstupnyj rik)(dated)
  • Urdu: سال کبیسہ(sāl kabīsā)
  • Vietnamese: năm nhuận(vi), năm nhuần
  • Volapük: vüpladotayel(vo)
  • Welsh: blwyddyn naid
  • Yiddish: עיבור־יאָרn(iber-yor)
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References[edit]

  1. ^ 'leap year, n.', in the Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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