Meaning of “jump in” in the English Dictionary

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"jump in" in British English

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jump in

phrasal verb with jump uk /dʒʌmp/ us /dʒʌmp/ verb

to interrupt when someone else is speaking:

I wish you'd stop jumping in and finishing my sentences for me all the time.

(Definition of “jump in” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"jump in" in Business English

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jump in

phrasal verb with jump uk /dʒʌmp/ us verb [ I ]

to suddenly become involved in a situation or discussion:

Investors said they wouldn't be surprised if some companies jumped in to borrow in case rates rise further.

(Definition of “jump in” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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