Meaning of JUMP in English


v. 1 leap, bound, spring, pounce, hurdle, vault, hop, skip; caper, cavort, gambol Jack, jump over the candlestick! Lambs were jumping about in the meadow 2 start, jerk, wince, flinch, recoil The sudden noise made me jump 3 Sometimes, jump over. skip (over), omit, pass over or by, bypass, avoid, leave out, ignore, disregard, overlook, gloss over Jump the boring parts and read me the sexy bits 4 pass, move, leap, skip She jumped from one subject to another so quickly that I couldn't keep track 5 advance, increase, rise, gain, surge, escalate The cost of living jumped again this month, causing fear of inflation 6 jump at. accept, grab, snatch, swoop up, leap at, pounce on Most people would jump at the chance to better themselves 7 jump on. attack, swoop down on or upon; reprimand, rebuke She jumps on anyone who suggests that she used influence to get her job

n. 8 leap, bound, spring, pounce, hurdle, vault, hop, skip With one jump the cheetah was upon the gazelle 9 rise, increase, boost, hike, advance, gain, surge, escalation, upsurge, increment, elevation A jump in the Retail Price Index drove share prices lower again yesterday 10 barricade, obstacle, hurdle, fence, rail, obstruction My horse cleared the first jump easily 11 start, jerk, spasm, twitch, recoil, lurch, jolt When they called his name, he gave a little jump 12 break, gap, hiatus, lacuna, space, hole, breach, rift, interruption There's a jump in continuity at the end of the fourth chapter

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.