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jump

1. slang To attack (someone), usually unexpectedly. David has a black eye because he got jumped coming home last night.
2. vulgar slang To have sex (with someone). George won't try to jump you on the first date or anything—he's more of a gentleman than that.

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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By contrast, it would be impractical to include Irish wins in an all-time list of Flat jockeys, because until recently Irish statistics made no distinction between Flat and jumps.
One place behind was Louise Carroll who opened well with 1.40m at high jump then set pbs at long jump (4.49m), shot (7.26m) and a season's best 800m (2:52.04) for a pb score of 2299 points.
Looking to gain expert support and infrastructure that Jump Design Group offers, she began discussions with founder and principal of Jump Design Group, Glenn Schlossberg, nearly three years ago about a potential partnership.
To do box-drops, a person stands on a step or box set at knee-height and jumps down to land on two feet whilst bending the knees.
The Finn Valley athlete jumped 1.90m to take silver behind Karina Taranda of Belarus who took gold after clearing 1.92m.
Jump In's decision is connected to the opening of the Red Kangaroo trampoline park in Exhall, though plans for that facility were on the table before Jump In announced its Coventry plans.
After up to 5 familiarization trials, all participants performed three vertical countermovement jumps during which their arms were free to move to achieve maximal jump heights (15).
"After so many years in the jump starter industry, we decided to create a jump starter that is both appealing in appearance and versatile in function," said Jerry Ye, CEO of Jump Monster.
This study has demonstrated that the approach velocity is highly related to jumping performance in triple jump. It can be suggested that the speed ability should be priority testing in talent identification in triple jump.
Altering the position and distribution of body mass during an arm swing is the most efficient way to provide optimal loading of the lower extremities, thus resulting in a maximum vertical jump performance (12).
The Jump system is designed to keep oxygen out so that the yellowing effect encountered during PET recycling is reduced to a minimum.
Bring the rope over your head and jump, landing on your left foot.
They use them not only to attack prey and competitors, but to jump. By firing the jaws against hard substrates, the ants can launch themselves into the air and away from danger.
TWO athletes from Liverpool Pembroke Sefton Athletics Club occupied the top places in the junior boys' high jump at the Merseyside Schools Athletic Championship.
Middlesbrough results U13 boys: Daniel Payne (first - 800m); Robert Ward (first - 75m hurdles); Robert Savage (first - B long jump, third - 300m & javelin); Dominic Mason (first - B 200m, second - 100m, third - 75m hurdles); Henry Taylor (first - high jump, second - 200m); B Johnson (fourth - shot putt); N Peacock (third - long jump); J Bailey (third - 2500m).
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