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jump

verb
 
 
/dʒʌmp/
INTO AIR [I] A2 to push your body up and away from the ground using your feet and legs
hoplamak, zıplamak, sıçramak, atlamak
The children were jumping up and down with excitement. I jumped over the log. They jumped into the water.JumpingBouncing
jump into/up, etc B1 to move somewhere suddenly and quickly
ani ve hızla atlamak/hareket etmek/girmek
She jumped into a taxi and rushed to the station.Making short, sudden movementsMoving quickly
GO OVER [T] A2 to move over something by moving up into the air
üzerinden atlamak
The horse jumped the last fence.JumpingBouncingHorse ridingHorse racing
INCREASE [I, T] to suddenly increase by a large amount
(miktar) artmak, yükselmek, fırlamak
House prices have jumped by 20%.Increasing and intensifying
FEAR [I] to make a sudden movement because you are frightened or surprised
(korkudan, şaşkınlıktan) havaya sıçramak, zıplamak, irkilmek, hoplamak
Her scream made me jump. →  See also get/jump on the bandwagon , jump to conclusions , jump the gun , jump the queue Making short, sudden movements
(Definition of jump verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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