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jump in

1. Literally, to leap into something, such as water. The water feels great! Come on and jump in! When I was a kid, I loved the fall, when we'd jump in big piles of leaves.
2. To begin or undertake something quickly, enthusiastically, and without trepidation. I know you're nervous about starting school, but you just need to jump in and do your best! Instead of sitting around and talking about it, let's just jump in and start putting this thing together.
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jump in

((to) something) to leap into something, such as water, a bed, a problem, etc. She was so cold she just jumped into bed and pulled up the covers. I jumped in and had a refreshing swim.
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jump in

Also jump in with both feet or into the ring . Enter into something enthusiastically; also, act precipitately. For example, When Don found out what his job was to be, he was ready to jump in immediately, or As soon as they asked me to join, I jumped in with both feet, or When buying securities, Anne's apt to jump into the ring, no matter what the risks. The first two usages allude to jumping into water; the third alludes to entering the fray of the boxing ring.
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jump in

v.
1. To leap or bound in or into something: The lake is nice and warm; jump in! Don't jump in the water here; there are rocks below.
2. To enter something quickly, especially a vehicle: She jumped in, I hit the gas, and we took off. Jump in the car and let's go.
3. To join some activity that is already in progress: I like your project; do you think I could jump in? I jumped in on their card game in the third round.
4. To interrupt someone or join a conversation suddenly, especially with an uninvited opinion: I wanted to finish the meeting quickly, but people kept jumping in. My neighbor jumped in with a strong objection at our town meeting.
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"Coventry is well served by Jump In Warwick and Red Kangaroo in Exhall.
He added: "Our priority will therefore be to deliver a magical upgrade to our Warwick site to make it even more is well Jump In and Red in Exhall.
Jump In chairman "Indeed, we plan to bring to market two features that are new to the Midlands." Jump In's change of use application to Coventry City Council last year sought to transform the 1,850 sq ft Earlplace Business Park warehouse into a facility featuring interconnected trampolines, wall trampolines, a foam pit, a dedicated toddler jump space and a Gladiators-style battle beam.
Jump In was founded in 2014 by three parents - Gavin Lucas, Vernon West and Linsey West - who were inspired by trampoline parks in the US.
had existin"Coventry is well served by Jump In Warwick and Red Kangaroo in Exhall.
Vernon West, chairman of Jump In, said: "We're thrilled to have taken the first steps in becoming part of Coventry's diverse recreation activities.
Perhaps the best indicator is Jump In's existing facility in Warwick, which opened in May 2016.
Jump In is currently expanding its operations after the successful launch of its first facility in Slough.
Bosses say that while trampoline parks are becoming a nationwide phenomenon, Jump In differentiates itself by providing the highest quality equipment, innovative features and family-friendly events and pricing.
When the Warwick Jump In opened for business last year a company spokesman said: "We place a focus on providing a safe, clean, affordable and family-friendly environment that set our parks apart, and keeps people coming back."
The first trampoline park in the area is set to open soon in Exhall but the Jump In facility would be the first one in Coventry.
Jump In said it was drawn to Coventry as the city was currently the largest metropolitan area in the UK without a trampoline park.
"We have selected an entirely accessible location in the city and will be working hard to create an attraction for the whole community to enjoy" The park is set to launch next year with all the most popular facilities from Jump In's existing seven UK sites.
Jump In also says it also wants to canvas the views of potential customers by giving them the opportunity to determine which new features they would most like to see at the Coventry venue.