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Meaning of “jump in” in the English Dictionary

"jump in" in British English

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jump in

phrasal verb with jump uk   us   /dʒʌmp/ verb
to ​interrupt when someone ​else is ​speaking: I ​wish you'd ​stopjumping 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   us   /dʒʌmp/ verb [I]
to suddenly become involved in a ​situation or discussion: Investors said they wouldn't be surprised if some ​companiesjumped in to ​borrow in ​caseratesrise further.
(Definition of jump in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “jump in”
in Chinese (Simplified) 打断,插嘴…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打斷,插嘴…
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