jump

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdʒʌmp/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dʒʌmp/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling( jump)


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jump

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. jump up and down
  2. jump over the [gap, fence, railing, puddle]
  3. jump the [gap]
  4. jumping on the [bed, trampoline]
  5. jump in the [pool, lake]
  6. jump into bed
  7. jump from the [roof, top, boat, deck]
  8. jump off the [roof]
  9. jump down the [hole, well]
  10. jump through hoops to [achieve, reach, succeed]
  11. jump through the [floor, puddles]
  12. jump on the [train, bus]
  13. jumped out of the [window, car]
  14. jumped out (on him) from behind a [bush, tree]
  15. jumped in front of a [train, car, bus]
  16. jump to the next [chapter, episode, section]
  17. jumped up (out of her chair)
  18. (dog) jumped up at me
  19. [frog, toad] jumped
  20. [they, someone, the attacker] jumped him
  21. I jumped when I [saw, heard]
  22. you made me jump!
  23. jump around (like)
  24. [mouse, picture] keeps jumping around
  25. jump on the bandwagon
  26. jump rope
  27. you're jumping the gun
  28. (criminal) jumped bail
  29. let's not jump [the gun, to conclusions]
  30. (don't) jump to conclusions
  31. US: (has) jumped the shark
  32. slang: jumped all over me
n
  1. is just a short jump [to]
  2. take a quick jump to
  3. [participate, compete] in the [long, high, triple] jump
  4. a [record, foul, personal best] jump
  5. a jump of [two, nine, 18] meters
  6. a [skateboard, BMX, ski, parachute] jump
  7. a [dangerous, tall, long, high] jump
  8. [aborted, failed, nailed] the jump
  9. went over the jump
  10. landed the jump
  11. took the jump over the [ravine, car, fire]
  12. made the jump (across)
  13. make the logical jump [to, from]
  14. that's quite a jump to make
  15. a jump in [revenue, profits, prices]
n as adj
  1. use jump leads
  2. my car needed a jump start
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