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Spanish translation of “jump”

jump

noun
an obstacle to be jumped over
valla, obstáculo
Her horse fell at the third jump.
a jumping competition
salto
the high jump.
a startled movement
salto, brinco
She gave a jump when the door suddenly banged shut.
a sudden rise, eg in prices
salto, aumento
There has been a jump in the price of potatoes.
(Definition of jump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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