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Meaning / definition of: Jump

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1. (noun) (film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another (jump)

2. (verb) make a sudden physical attack on (jump)

(doncang, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak, menerkam, menyerang)

"The muggers jumped the woman in the fur coat"

3. (verb) increase suddenly and significantly (jump)

(memanjat, mendaki)

"Prices jumped overnight"

4. (verb) enter eagerly into (jump)

(bergegas, melompat)

"He jumped into the game"

5. (noun) a sudden and decisive increase (jump, leap)

(lompat, lompatan, loncatan, melompat, meloncat)

"A jump in attendance"

6. (noun) descent with a parachute (jump, parachuting)

(terjun payung)

7. (noun) the act of jumping; propelling yourself off the ground (jump, jumping)

(lompat, lompatan, loncatan)

"He advanced in a series of jumps"
"The jumping was unexpected"

8. (verb) run off or leave the rails (derail, jump)

(doncang, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak)

9. (verb) cause to jump or leap (jump, leap)

(dompak, doncang, lompat, melejit, melompat, melompatkan, meloncat, meloncatkan, melonjak-lonjak, mencolot)

"The trainer jumped the tiger through the hoop"

10. (verb) pass abruptly from one state or topic to another (leap, jump)

(dompak, doncang, lompat, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak, mencolot)

"Jump to a conclusion"
"Jump from one thing to another"

11. (verb) go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions (alternate, jump)

(bergilir, berselang-selang, berselang-seli, berseling, bertukar-tukar, berulang-alik, doncang, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak, mempertukarkan, sela-menyela, silih berganti)

12. (noun) an abrupt transition (leap, jump, saltation)

(lompat, lompatan, loncatan)

13. (noun) a sudden involuntary movement (startle, jump, start)


14. (verb) move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm (startle, jump, start)

(berawal, berdebar-debar, doncang, kaget, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak, membuka, memeranjatkan, memulakan, mengagetkan, mengejutkan, mulai, peranjat, terkejut, tersentak)

15. (verb) rise in rank or status (rise, jump, climb up)

(bangkit, bangun, doncang, melejit, melompat, meloncer, melonjak-lonjak, membubung, meninggi, meningkat, merembet, naik, terbit)

"Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list"

16. (verb) jump down from an elevated point (jump, leap, jump off)

(dompak, doncang, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak, mencolot)

"The parachutist didn't want to jump"
"Every year, hundreds of people jump off the Golden Gate bridge"

17. (verb) jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute (chute, parachute, jump)

(colot, doncang, kincak, lompat, melejit, melompat, meloncat, melonjak-lonjak, menerjunkan, parasut)

18. (verb) start (a car engine whose battery is dead) by connecting it to another car's battery (jumpstart, jump-start, jump)

(doncang, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak)

19. (verb) move forward by leaps and bounds (jump, leap, bound, spring)

(bingkas, dompak, doncang, lompat, melambung, melejit, melompat, melompat-lompat, meloncat, meloncat-loncat, melonjak-lonjak, membatasi, memegas, mencolot, menerkam, merejuk, terberkas, terikat)

"Can you jump over the fence?"

20. (verb) bypass (jump, pass over, skip, skip over)

(doncang, lompat, melampaui, melejit, melewatkan, melompat, meloncat, melonjak-lonjak, mendahului)

21. (verb) be highly noticeable (leap out, jump out, jump, stand out, stick out)

(doncang, melejit, melompat, melonjak-lonjak, membersit, mencocol, menjerojol, menjorok, menonjol, terjerojol)