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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

verb

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

/go through the hoop
To undergo a rigorous trial or examination.

jump

/skip bail
To fail to appear in court and so forfeit one's bail.
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The purpose of this study was to determine relationships between horizontal velocity variables and jumping distance variables in Turkish male triple jumpers.
Like all events organised by Skydive Dubai, residents and visitors to Dubai are being encouraged to try out dream jumping by visiting Skydive Dubai's social media channels or by registering at the booth that will be specially set up at the venue next week.
Detailed evaluation of the jumps showed that frequencies above and below the resonance provided optimal jumping - and additional analysis revealed what the researchers called the "stutter jump.
Add another rope that turns in the opposite direction, and you have double Dutch, the fanciest and trickiest rope jumping of all
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In all instances, however, seduction in Jumping Ship is followed by deprivation or betrayal.
Dream jumping, or simply base jumping without a parachute, is one of the exciting features on offer at the Expo -- the first of its kind being held in the region.
The two young actors trained for months to learn the technique of double dutch rope jumping for the movie.
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.
5% lower), 10% of the subjects had no change in their jumping velocity, and 35% had higher jump velocities (an average of 2.
Harriette Cole's Jumping the Broom (Henry Holt, 1993) was the first guide of its kind.
But when they finally emerge, the previously dim star erupts in a brilliant glow, jumping 30 times in luminosity.
The Hampton Classic Horse Show, one of the nation's premier show jumping competitions, returns to Bridgehampton, Long Island, NY, for its 30th year with an exciting lineup of social events and equestrian competitions.
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.