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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

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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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Perhaps if they say something, you could counter with something about jumping to conclusions when you haven't got all the facts can be very damaging.
Without jumping to conclusions, it's fair to wonder if baseball is doing all it should when the revelations that have everyone talking are the ones coming not from the official test lab but from the San Francisco Chronicle.
Maybe M Murray should find out more about the fire service before jumping to conclusions.
UK ATHLETICS chief executive David Moorcroft has accused the International Amateur Athletics Federation of jumping to conclusions over athletes who test positive for nandrolone.
cautions against jumping to conclusions regarding the vaccine's efficacy.
The world would be a much nicer place if we listened to what people say, rather than jumping to conclusions about what we thought they may have meant.
He said: "People were all jumping to conclusions and fearing the worst - it didn't help my family to read the whole 'Career KO' thing again.
Another key lesson learned is the importance of not tarring good officers with the bad, and learning the facts before jumping to conclusions.
In any case, I think you are jumping to conclusions that he would return to Goodison, or that, given the controversy his transfer to Anfield created in the first place, either the Blues or the fans would want him back.
But I think we must be careful in jumping to conclusions about the reason it was in our waters.
But we must wait to talk to her properly before we start jumping to conclusions.
Other scientists warn against jumping to conclusions on the basis of one preliminary investigation.
Jumping to conclusions would be wrong, particularly when there are conflicting versions of how he passed away.
He said: "People were jumping to conclusions and fearing the worst, it didn't help my family to read the whole 'Career KO' thing again.
Local representatives and law enforcement are not jumping to conclusions about the recent incidents though.