- start (a car with a dead battery) with jumper cables or by a sudden release of the clutch while it is being pushed；give an added impetus to (something that is proceeding slowly or is at a standstill)
- an act of jump-starting a car；an added impetus
noun: jump-start, plural noun: jump-starts
verb: jump-start, 3rd person present: jump-starts, gerund or present participle: jump-starting, past tense: jump-started, past participle: jump-started
- 1. start (a car with a dead battery) with jumper cables or by a sudden release of the clutch while it is being pushed:
he jump-started his old Chrysler
- 2. give an added impetus to (something that is proceeding slowly or is at a standstill):
she suggests ways to jump-start the sluggish educational system
- 1. an act of jump-starting a car:
a quick jump-start got the jeep running again
- 2. an added impetus:
the stimulus package is intended to give the economy a jump-start
JUMP START JUMP START JUMP START Can you jump start my car? I am sorry to bother you, but if you may help me to jump start my car?
... YOU GIVE ME A JUMP ?JUMP 是指 JUMP START ..
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