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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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With the release of the new VERT app for the Apple Watch you will be able to view your jump height, jump count and the new Jump Rate(TM) feature right on your wrist.
Unlike bungee jumping, which involves jumpers bouncing up and down after the jump, the dream jump provides jumpers with a longer free fall and with a landing very similar to that of a base jump without using a parachute.
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.
Washington, November 4 ( ANI ): In a new study that could extend the range of future rescue and exploration robots, researchers have found that hopping robots could dramatically reduce the amount of energy they use by adopting a unique two-part "stutter jump.
Jason said: "I am going to try and do as big a jump as I can fit into that area - we're setting up alongside the main arena on an access road so we have plenty of run up and plenty for landing area.
It's review of the season maintains water jumps are the "worst" in racing.
Once you have mastered the basic jump, try a few tricks to make the workout more interesting.
The men get to turn more, jump more--it's closer to what I grew up with [in France].
This is also true of jumpers (high jump or long jump), swimmers, and weight-lifters.
Review computer system and attempt to determine the next jump back.
Observations have yet to verify Stahler's theoretical work, but a hint of the long, dim epoch that precedes the predicted luminosity jump may lie in infrared observations of the nearest region known to harbor newly formed stars, says astronomer Mary Barsony of the University of California, Berkeley.
The basis of Jumping Fitness, Joy and Vitality is a combination of fast and slow jumps, variations of traditional aerobic steps, dynamic sprints and "power sports" elements.
Dream Jump was founded in Poland and since 2009 more than 20,000 dream jumps have taken place across Norway, France and Greece.
An easy way to get started is to see how many jumps you can do in a row.
Following glissade with jumps that push equally and simultaneously off both feet helps ensure that the dancer brings the second foot down with the weight distributed equally.