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- jump is part of the Basic English 850.
- (intransitive) If you jump, you leave the ground completely.
- He jumped for joy.
- She jumped to her death from the bridge.
- (transitive) If you jump something, you fly over it.
- The children jumped the water to get to the other side.
- (transitive) If you jump something, you make it leave the ground.
- He loved jumping his bicycle.
- (intransitive) If you jump, you move suddenly because you are surprised.
- I scared her and she jumped.
- (transitive) If you jumpstart a car, you use the battery power from another car.
- We used his car to jump ours.
- (to leave the ground) leap, hop, bound, skip, soar, shoot, fly, jig, hurdle, catch air, skydive
- (to be startled) be startled, be surprised, start, jerk, flinch, recoil
- (to commit suicide) suicide, kill yourself
- (to jump downward, as into water) dive
- Movement totally into the air.
- The car did a jump.
- A ramp used to jump.
- He went off the jump at full speed.
- A jolt or shock used to start a car.
- He used his car to give me a jump.
- A sudden movement of surprise.
- It seems I surprised her, because she gave a little jump.
- (movement totally into the air) leap, bound, hop, skip, spring, caper, vault
- (a ramp) ramp, inclined plane, incline, slope
- (a jolt) jolt, shock, jar, zap, surprise
- (a sudden movement) jerk, lurch, start