jump

Noun
  • A sudden and decisive increase (synset 107428822)
  • An abrupt transition (synset 107373585)
  • (film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another (synset 106630934)
  • A sudden involuntary movement (synset 100869035)
  • Descent with a parachute (synset 100304675)
  • The act of jumping
    Propelling yourself off the ground (synset 100120388)
Verb
  • Move forward by leaps and bounds (synset 201967949)
  • Move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm (synset 201914366)
  • Make a sudden physical attack on (synset 201123596)
  • Increase suddenly and significantly (synset 200155535)
  • Be highly noticeable (synset 202680375)
  • Enter eagerly into (synset 201085330)
  • Rise in rank or status (synset 200155355)
  • Jump down from an elevated point (synset 202109360)
  • Run off or leave the rails (synset 202015717)
  • Jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute (synset 201972282)
  • Cause to jump or leap (synset 201969163)
  • Start (a car engine whose battery is dead) by connecting it to another car's battery (synset 201863036)
  • Bypass (synset 200618188)
  • Pass abruptly from one state or topic to another (synset 200561468)
  • Go back and forth
    Swing back and forth between two states or conditions (synset 200121314)

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