jump

I
n.

1) to take a jump (on horseback)

2) to make a jump (with a parachute)

3) (sports) the broad (AE), long; high; ski; triple jump

4) (sports) a water jump

5) a delayed (parachute) jump

6) (basketball) the center jump

7) a quantum jump

8) a jump from; to

9) (misc.) to get the jump on smb. ('to anticipate smb.')

II
v.

1) (d; intr.) to jump across (to jump across a stream)

2) (d; intr.) to jump at ('to be eager for') (she jumped at the chance)

3) (d; intr.) to jump for, with (to jump for joy)

4) (d; intr.) to jump from, off (he jumped off the roof)

5) (d; intr.) to jump from; to (to jump from one topic to another)

6) (d; intr.) ('to leap') to jump into; onto (the child jumped into bed; the dog jumped onto the sofa)

7) (d; intr.) to jump on ('to attack') (he jumped on his opponent)

8) (d; intr.) to jump out of (to jump out of a window)

9) (d; intr.) to jump over (to jump over a fence)

10) (d; intr.) to jump to (to jump to one's feet)

11) (d; intr.) ('to rush') to jump to (to jump to conclusions; to jump to smb.'s defense)

12) (misc.) to jump down smb.'s throat ('to berate smb.'); to jump up and down (for Joy)

* * *
[dʒʌmp]
ski
triple jump
to jump up and down (for joy)
off (he jumped off the roof)
onto (the child jumped into bed; the dog jumped onto the sofa)
with (to jump for joy)
to (to jump from one topic to another)
(basketball) the center jump
(d; intr.) ('to leap') to jump into
(d; intr.) to jump for
(d; intr.) to jump from
(sports) a water jump
a delayed (parachute) jump
a quantum jump
a jump from
(misc.) to jump down smb. 's throat ('to Derate smb. ')
(misc.) to get the jump on smb. ('to anticipate smb. ')
(sports) the broad (AE)
(d; intr.) to jump on (he jumped on his opponent; 'to attack')
to take a jump (on horseback)
(d; intr.) to jump at (she jumped at the chance; 'to be eager for')
(d; intr.) to jump across (to jump across a stream)
(d; intr.) to jump out of (to jump out of a window)
(d; intr.) to jump over (to jump over a fence)
(d; intr.) ('to rush') to jump to (to jump to conclusions; to jump to smb. 's defense)
(d; intr.) to jump to (to jump to one's feet)
to make a jump (with a parachute)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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