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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “jump”

jump

verb (IN THE AIR)
在空中
 
 
/dʒʌmp/
[I] to push yourself suddenly off the ground and into the air using your legs
跳,躍;跳躍
The children were jumping up and down with excitement.
孩子都興奮地跳來跳去。
She ran across the grass and jumped into the water.
她跑過草地,跳入水中。
He had to jump out of an upstairs window to escape.
為了逃命,他不得不從樓上的窗戶跳出去。
Our cat is always jumping up on/onto the furniture.
我們的貓總是跳到傢俱上。
JumpingBouncing
[I or T] to push yourself suddenly off the ground in order to go over something
跳躍;躍過
Can you jump over/across this stream?
你能躍過這條小溪嗎?
All the horses are finding it difficult to jump the last fence.
躍過最後一道圍欄對所有馬匹來說都很困難。
JumpingBouncing
(Definition of jump verb (IN THE AIR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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