Definition of Great Leap Forward in English:

Great Leap Forward

Syllabification: Great Leap For·ward
An unsuccessful attempt made under Mao Zedong in China 1958–60 to hasten the process of industrialization and improve agricultural production by reorganizing the population into large rural collectives and adopting labor-intensive industrial methods.

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