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  1. jump

    • IPA[jəmp]

    美式

    • v.
      push oneself off a surface and into the air by using the muscles in one's legs and feet;pass over (an obstacle or barrier) by jumping
    • n.
      an act of jumping from a surface by pushing upward with one's legs and feet;an obstacle to be jumped, especially by a horse and rider in an equestrian competition.
    • verb: jump, 3rd person present: jumps, gerund or present participle: jumping, past tense: jumped, past participle: jumped

    • noun: jump, plural noun: jumps

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    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. push oneself off a surface and into the air by using the muscles in one's legs and feet the cat jumped off his lap he jumped twenty-five feet to the ground 同義詞 leap, spring, bound, hop, bounce, ... 更多
    • pass over (an obstacle or barrier) by jumping one of the deer tried to jump the ditch 同義詞 vault (over), leap over, clear, sail over, hop over, ... 更多
    • (of an athlete or horse) perform in a competition that involves jumping over obstacles his horse jumped well and won by five lengths
    • (especially of prices or figures) rise suddenly and by a large amount exports jumped by 500 percent during the decade 同義詞 rise, go up, leap up, shoot up, soar, ... 更多反義詞 fall, plummet
    • informal (of driver or a vehicle) fail to stop at (a red traffic light) she jumped at least seven red lights 同義詞 ignore, disregard, fail to stop at, drive through, overshoot, ... 更多
    • get on or off (a train or other vehicle) quickly, typically illegally or dangerously he jumped a freight train on the German border
    • North American take summary possession of (a mining concession or other piece of land) after alleged abandonment or forfeiture by the former occupant the same long story about the time somebody jumped his claim
    • 2. (of a person) move suddenly and quickly in a specified way Juliet jumped to her feet they jumped back into the car and drove off 同義詞 leap, spring, bound, hop, bounce, ... 更多
    • (of a person) make a sudden involuntary movement in reaction to something that causes surprise or shock an owl hooted nearby, making her jump 同義詞 start, jerk, jolt, flinch, recoil, ... 更多
    • pass quickly or abruptly from one idea, subject, or state to another she jumped backward and forward in her narrative
    • omit or skip over (part of something) and pass on to a further point or stage.
    • (of a machine or device) move or jerk suddenly and abruptly the vibration can cause the needle to jump
    • (of a person) make a sudden, impulsive rush to do something Gordon jumped to my defense
    • (in checkers) capture (an opponent's piece) by jumping over it.
    • make a bid that is higher than necessary, in order to signal a strong hand East jumped to four spades
    • 3. informal attack (someone) suddenly and unexpectedly he was jumped by seven men as he opened the front door of his home
    • 4. informal (of a place) be full of lively activity the bar is jumping on Fridays and Saturdays
    • 5. North American vulgar slang have sex with (someone).
    • 6. North American informal start (a vehicle) using jumper cables I jumped his Camry from my Civic

    名詞

    • v.
      start (a car with a dead battery) with jumper cables or by a sudden release of the clutch while ... he jump-started his old Chrysler
    • n.
      an act of jump-starting a car: a quick jump-start got the jeep running again

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      start (a car with a flat battery) with jump leads or by a sudden release of the clutch while ... he jump-started his old Chrysler
    • n.
      an act of jump-starting a car: a quick jump-start got the jeep running again

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a jump in an upward direction.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an athletic event in which competitors attempt to jump as far as possible by performing a hop, ... McDonald won the triple jump
    • v.
      (of an athlete) perform a triple jump: the history of British triple-jumping

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a track-and-field event in which competitors attempt to jump as far as possible by performing a ... McDonald won the triple jump
    • v.
      (of an athlete) perform a triple jump: the history of British triple-jumping

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a length of rope used for jumping by swinging it over the head and under the feet; a skipping rope.
    • v.
      play or exercise using a skipping rope.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a steep slope levelling off before a sharp drop to allow a skier to leap through the air.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      (in film or television) an abrupt transition from one scene to another.
    • v.
      make a jump cut: the camera jump-cuts to a head-and-shoulders shot of the girl

    Oxford Dictionary

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    英式

    • v.
      push oneself off a surface and into the air by using the muscles in one's legs and feet: the cat jumped off his lap he jumped twenty-five feet to the ground
    • n.
      an act of jumping from a surface by pushing upwards with one's legs and feet: in making the short jump across the gully he lost his balance

    Oxford Dictionary