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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 triple jump kinematic variables of the athletes are presented in Table 1.
The jump will allow people to stay in air longer than a bungee jump, which typically lasts only four seconds.
You really don't have to move the mass rapidly to get a good jump," he said.
Then came an indoor world record jump at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff in 2004 when he jumped 161 feet over a 132 feet gap.
It was at Ludlow that Jonjo O'Neill voiced his concern about the water jump when East Tycoon came down and suffered a fatal fall.
Face-to-face partner skips: One person turns the rope while the partner and rope turner jump in time with one another.
When an athlete has an increased rate of force development, he will jump higher and start quicker.
Remember to jump on the balls of your feet, and keep your knees bent to prevent injury and give you more bounce.
This is the first victim, or the final site or last jump taken by the hacker.
Jump training and plyometrics training can help anyone who wants a winning edge over the competition, even if you are only competing against yourself.
The thrill of the novice experiencing his first parachute jump proved to be a good measure of stress and anxiety," explains Aloe, whose team reported its findings in the Oct.
In the new world of "selling," where there is a collision of e-commerce and advertising, Next Jump is at the forefront of building the next generation technology to transform these industries.
A dream jump involves jumpers leaping off of tall structures while connected to a patented system of dynamic ropes.
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