jump translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "jump" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb /dʒamp/
to (cause to) go quickly off the ground with a springing movement
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)
She jumped to her feet He jumped into the car.
to make a startled movement
saltar; sobresaltar(se)
The noise made me jump.
to pass over (a gap etc) by bounding
He jumped the stream easily.
jumpy adjective nervous; easily upset
He has been very jumpy and irritable lately.
jump at phrasal verb to take or accept eagerly
aceptar sin pensarlo
He jumped at the chance to go to Germany for a fortnight.
jump for joy to show great pleasure
saltar de alegría
He jumped for joy when Brazil scored.
jump on phrasal verb to make a sudden attack on
saltar encima de
He was waiting round the corner and jumped on me in the dark.
jump the gun to start before the proper time
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
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
llegar a conclusiones precipitadas
He saw my case in the hall and jumped to the conclusion that I was leaving.
jump to it to hurry up
apurarse, salir corriendo/pitando, aligerar
If you don’t jump to it, you’ll miss the train.
(Definition of jump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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