jump off

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Synonyms for jump off

set off quickly, usually with success

jump down from an elevated point


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Riding the six-year-old bay gelding, The Cartender, Annabel delivered a solid first round performance for a place in the jump off.
Tine Lund won the jump off round over the 125cm course, designed for young horses (5-6) years, on her six-year-old horse beyond fellow dancing k riding for the Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club, finishing in 39.
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], December 10 ( ANI ): A 21-year-old Afghan national threatened to jump off the second floor of a building in Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International (RGI) Airport police circle area on Saturday.
Police in Chicago said yesterday they received a report from Irish officers that O'Connor had said she planned to jump off a bridge in the US city.
Irish authorities had told Chicago police the Nothing Compares 2 U singer, 49, had threatened to jump off a bridge.
Summary: People who gathered at the scene were able to convince the man not to jump off the building
You don't have to jump off a cliff or climb the highest mountain.
The third robber, Mubarik, also attempted to jump off the flyover and had almost crossed the railing, but cops managed to him catch on time.
It was a tough competition and one where we were forced into a third-round jump off to settle the final placings.
Class 2 -- One Round with Jump Off 60/70cm: 1st Nadya Tsvetkova Bella 2nd Ulrike Niedermeier Skinny 3rd Aimee Keen Yatzy 4th Luna Dreyer Calypso 5th Pippa Fourie Soda 6th Imogen Nell Dollar
Guard them because they might jump off the ship)," he added.
M42 closed at Bromsgrove as man threatens to jump off bridge.
A teenager who had jump off into very little water had severely broken his ankle," he said.
DOHA HARRIE Smolders of the Netherlands might have been the last participant in the jump off, but he was on the top of the list after clocking 33.