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jump (down) (from something)

to jump downward off something. A small mouse jumped down from the shelf. A tiny mouse jumped from the shelf.

jump

1. tv. to attack someone. (General slang.) The dope addicts will jump anybody for a few bucks to buy drugs.
2. tv. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) He was so horny, I just knew he was gonna try to jump me.

jump

verb

jump

/skip bail
To fail to appear in court and so forfeit one's bail.

jump

/go through the hoop
To undergo a rigorous trial or examination.
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The previous record was held by Emirati jumpers Nasser Al Neyadi and Omar Al Hegelan after jumping 672 metres down the world's tallest tower in 2010.
Before the season started I was (long) jumping 23-4,'' Harrison said.
With a jump height of 400 metres, Dream Jump Dubai will break all barriers of rope jumping and enable people to experience base jumps against one of the most iconic skylines in the world," he added.
gt; Unlike bungee jumping which involves jumpers bouncing up and down, the dream jump provides jumpers with a longer free-fall and with a landing similar to that of a base jump without 
a parachute.
One of the creators of Jumping Fitness, Jana Svobodova said "We came up with the idea of Jumping Fitness, because my friends and I were bored of spinning and aerobics classes and wanted something more out of our workouts.
Goldman quickly realized he'd need to know more about the physics of jumping to separate the surface issues from the factors controlled by the dynamics of jumping.
The next was jumping five lorries with a friend on the back of his bike, a total distance of 96 feet.
Jumping for Kids By Lesley Ward Storey Publishing 132 Pages
A lot of people in Europe don't understand and asked, 'Why are you still jumping in college?
She likes doing their combinations during a combined class, hanging with them afterward for the friendly rivalry of pirouette and jumping competitions, or taking an occasional men's class at the SFB School.
Why did the 31-year-old Californian set his sights on jumping over the Chinese landmark?
I knew I was jumping well in training but you never know when it comes to competition.
JUMPING TO IT: A competitor in mid air (right)during the high jump competition while, top right, the barriers don't prove a hurdle to one youngster.
Traditional ballistic training incorporates faster, lighter-weight versions of exercises such as squats and bench press and applies plyometric routines that involve jumping and working out with weighted objects.
Double Dutch rhymes, which are recited aloud to maintain the jumping cadence, appear in sidebars throughout the book.