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Synonyms for jump

vault

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spring

jump at something

jump in

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  • dive in
  • leap in
  • plunge in
  • swoop in
  • plummet in

jump out of your skin

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  • be scared
  • be afraid
  • be frightened
  • be nervous
  • be alarmed
  • be intimidated
  • be fearful
  • be timid

jump the gun

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  • act with haste
  • be over-hasty
  • act too soon
  • act prematurely

Synonyms for jump

to move off the ground by a muscular effort of the legs and feet

to move in a lively way

to move suddenly and involuntarily

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to catapult oneself from a disabled aircraft

to increase in amount

to raise in rank

the act of jumping

a sudden lively movement

a sudden and involuntary movement

the amount by which something is increased

a progression upward in rank

a state of nervous restlessness or agitation

Synonyms for jump

a sudden and decisive increase

an abrupt transition

(film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another

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descent with a parachute

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move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm

make a sudden physical attack on

increase suddenly and significantly

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be highly noticeable

enter eagerly into

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rise in rank or status

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jump down from an elevated point

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run off or leave the rails

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jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute

cause to jump or leap

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start (a car engine whose battery is dead) by connecting it to another car's battery

pass abruptly from one state or topic to another

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go back and forth

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I'll need to get up to about 75 to 80 mph to do the jump - I've never jumped with this bike before so it should be more exciting.
5 : to have or cause a sudden sharp increase <Food prices have jumped.
Ilona Barnett, assistant to clerk of the course Stephen Lambert said: "There has to be a certain number of fences that have to be jumped and when we lled in our water jump, we replaced it with a fence near the bend.
Finishing in fourth place, he still jumped 22-93/4, just more than an inch above the standard.
She jumped 5-5 for a seventh-place finish in the state.
Danny Way became the first person to clear the Great Wall of China without motorized help when he jumped over the 2,000-year-old structure on his skateboard on July 9.
Another Gateshead athlete, Nicola Pearson, also jumped a lifetime best to win the under-15 girls title with an effort of 4.
The senior long jumper, who sat out all of last season after tearing her left ACL, jumped an area-best 19 feet, 3 inches Saturday afternoon to lead the Rio Mesa girls' track and field team to a first-place finish in the 20th annual Spartan Relays at Rio Mesa High.
I haven't made it to that many Grand Prix jump-offs in my career, so I went in and jumped the jumps and really enjoyed it.
Reid, who long jumped 19-4 as a sophomore, believes she can regain her top form by season's end.
They aim to beat the world record set in 2002 when 131 women jumped out of eight planes at 17,000 feet and met in midair to form a human chain by holding hands for at least three seconds.