jump from (something)

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jump from (something)

To hop or leap off of something down to a lower level. The kids jumped from the platform into the foam pit.
See also: jump
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The substance was, Never jump from a boat, Pip, except --but all the rest was indefinite, as the soundest advice ever is.
"And who knows it can always be another jump from the world's tallest building right here in Dubai," Saifuddin added.
Duo smashes world record for highest base jump from Burj Khalifa
Two daredevils leaped into the pages of history after they smashed the Guinness World Record for the highest base jump from the world's tallest building.
Here's the reason why: " In skydiving one has to jump from 14,000 feet and open the parachute at 3,000 feet.
The test was to see how high a person could jump from a resting position, then how far he could jump in a plyometric drop jump--which would be more like running.
Hackett broke his own record for a jump from a fixed structure, having illegally jumped 377ft off the Eiffel Tower in Paris in 1987.
I was a little nervous but I wanted to jump from the highest tower in the world to record an achievement for my family and for my country.
She is the first Indian woman to have travelled to the North Pole for a jump from a height of 7,000 feet at minus 55 degrees Celsius.