Übersetzung von “jump” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

jump

verbjump /dʒʌmp/
transitive-intransitive to push with your legs so that you move through the air
sauter

kids jumping up and down with excitement
Des enfants sautant de joie à cause de l'excitation.

She jumped off the steps onto the ground.
Elle sauta les marches jusqu'au sol.

people jumping out of the burning building
des personnes sautant hors de l'immeuble en flammes

The horse jumped (over) the fence.
Le cheval sauta par-dessus la clôture.
intransitive to move suddenly, especially from fear or excitement
sursauter

She jumped up and ran to the door.
Elle sursauta et courut à la porte.

The boy jumped at the noise.
Le garçon sursauta en entendant le bruit.
intransitive to increase quickly
monter

The temperature jumped to 80 degrees.
La température est montée à 27 degrés.
intransitive to change quickly from one thing to another
passer

The song jumped from number 20 to number 1 that week.
La chanson est passée cette semaine directement du numéro 20 au numéro 1.

Just jump to the end of the story.
Passe tout de suite à la fin de l'histoire.
jump down sb's throat/jump all over sb
to angrily criticize sb
incendier

You don't need to jump down her throat every time she makes a mistake.
Tu n'es pas obligé de l'incendier chaque fois qu'elle fait une erreur.
jump the gun
to start sth before you should
se précipiter

Hold on, now. Don't jump the gun.
Attends pour l'instant. Pas de précipitation.

jump at

verb phrasaljump at [ ˈdʒʌmp ˌæt ]
to excitedly accept sth that is offered
saisir l'occasion

They offered me the job, and I jumped at the chance.
Il m'ont offert ce travail et j'ai saisi l'occasion.

jump in

verb phrasaljump in [ ˈdʒʌmp ˈɪn ]
to start talking while sb else is
couper la parole

Everyone else kept jumping in with their opinions.
Tous les autres ne cessaient de se couper la parole pour donner leur avis.
to start sth without waiting or thinking first
se lancer

I like to jump right in and learn as I go.
J'aime me lancer directement et apprendre en allant.

jump out at

verb phrasaljump out at [ ˈdʒʌmp ˈaʊt ˌæt ]
(of information) to be noticed quickly and easily
sauter aux yeux

Two names on the list jumped out at me.
Deux noms sur la liste m'ont sauté aux yeux.

jump

noun countablejump /dʒʌmp/
the act of jumping
saut masculine

a jump of four feet
un saut de 1,20 mètre

She gave a jump at the sound.
Elle sursauta à ce son.
a sudden increase
bond masculine

a jump in the price of oil
un bond dans le prix du pétrole
a structure for jumping over or off
obstacle masculine

The horse cleared the jump.
le cheval a franchi l'obstacle.

(Übersetzung von “jump” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

jump

verb /dʒamp/

to (cause to) go quickly off the ground with a springing movement

(faire) sauter
He jumped off the wall / across the puddle / over the fallen tree / into the swimming-pool
Don’t jump the horse over that fence!

to rise; to move quickly (upwards)

sauter
She jumped to her feet
He jumped into the car.

to make a startled movement

sursauter
The noise made me jump.

to pass over (a gap etc) by bounding

franchir (d’un bond)
He jumped the stream easily.
jumpy adjective

nervous; easily upset

nerveux
He has been very jumpy and irritable lately.
jump at

to take or accept eagerly

sauter (sur)
He jumped at the chance to go to Germany for a fortnight.
jump for joy

to show great pleasure.

sauter de joie
He jumped for joy when Brazil scored.
jump on

to make a sudden attack on

sauter (sur)
He was waiting round the corner and jumped on me in the dark.
jump the gun

to start before the proper time

prendre les devants
We shouldn’t be going on holiday till tomorrow, but we jumped the gun and caught today’s last flight.
jump the queue

to move ahead of others in a queue without waiting for one’s proper turn

passer avant son tour
Many wealthy or important people try to jump the queue for hospital beds.
jump to conclusions / jump to the conclusion that

to form an idea without making sure of the facts

conclure tout de suite que
He saw my case in the hall and jumped to the conclusion that I was leaving.
jump to it

to hurry up

se grouiller
If you don’t jump to it, you’ll miss the train.

jump

noun

an obstacle to be jumped over

saut
Her horse fell at the third jump.

a jumping competition

saut
the high jump.

a startled movement

sursaut
She gave a jump when the door suddenly banged shut.

a sudden rise, eg in prices

montée en flèche
There has been a jump in the price of potatoes.

(Übersetzung von “jump” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)