Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Jump"

The meaning of "Jump" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Jump ship mean?
A: to abandon something
Q: What does Jump out of the gun mean?
A: To jump the gun is to do something too early. It comes from the idea of beginning to run a race before the starting pistol has fired.

"Jump out of the gun" is not an idiom that is used.
Q: What does Jump in place. mean?
A: To jump in one spot
Q: What does Jump shot with a stupid ass aim mean?
A: Literal = basketball

Could be metaphorical to mean a bad attempt to do something hard.
Q: What does Jump off mean?
A: @Snowflak3: Significa "Brincar" c:

Example sentences using "Jump"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Jump through hoops.
A: I had to jump through hoops to get this job, so many people applied.
I had to jump through hoops to get tickets for this show, they were almost sold out!
I had to jump through a lot of hoops to get into this program, the competition was tough.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Jump the gun.
A: the example that came to my mind first was 'mother superior jumped the gun' from the song Happiness is a Warm Gun by The Beatles.

He really jumped the gun on that one.

Be prepared but don't jump the gun.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Jump out of one's skin.
A: I was too focused on my work when he suddenly called my name out loud. I almost jumped out of my skin.

She got really surprised and jumped.out of her skin.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Jump the gun .
A: "Let's not jump the gun and blame anyone until we know all the facts."

Synonyms of "Jump" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Jump and Leap ?
A: @mfhava Yes, the two words are very similar and can be used synonymously (they have the same meaning). There is a slight difference though.

Leaping is a very large jump, while jumping would be described smaller than leaping. They both involve bending your knees and pushing off the ground, either moving vertically or horizontally. Jump is used more often than leap.

Jump:
•little children jumping
•athletes jumping high into the air
•athletes jumping over a long stretch of ground
•a person jumping out of a window

Idioms with jump:

•jump on the bandwagon
(join everybody else in support of a person or cause, not necessarily sincerely)

•jump for joy 
(be joyous, not necessarily jumping literally) 

•jump the gun 
(start something before the expected time) 

•jump out of one's skin 
(to be very surprised or shocked)

Leap:
•deer leaping
•ballet dancers leaping
•leap of faith (to make a bold decision or perform an act without knowing the outcome)
Q: What is the difference between Jump for it and Jump to it ?
A: Jump for it, is more like someone is teasing you to grab an item while moving, so you jump to get the item.

Jump to it, is more like you’re jumping towards a still object, that isn’t moving.
Q: What is the difference between Jump and Hoop ?
A: You meam '' hop''?
Q: What is the difference between Jump off things. and Jump of things. ?
A: "Off" is the opposite of "on."
"Turn off the light"/"Turn on the light"
"Don't jump on the bed"/"Jump off the bed"

"Of" is a preposition that indicates possession or origin. It's "de" in Portuguese.
"What is that made of?"
"That's a lot of food."
"Of course I'll help you!"

Translations of "Jump"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Jump in the deep end

Other questions about "Jump"

Q: 1. Jump feet out far your shoulders then jump them back again to the initial position.
2. Move up and down while keeping your legs straight. You can mive as low as you can but keep them not touching the floor.
3. Move your legs left to right and alternatively. Put your hands behind your butt if you are quite unfamiliar with this exercise. Breathe normally.
4. After squat pose, when you kick forward, keep your legs straight but not lock them. does this sound natural?
A: 1. Spread your feet out far, your shoulders should then put itself back again to the initial position.
2. Move up and down while keeping your legs straight. You can move as low as you would like but make sure they are not touching the floor.
3. Move your legs left to right and alternatively. Put your hands behind your butt if you are quite unfamiliar with this exercise. Breathe normally.
4. After a squat pose, when you kick forward, keep your legs straight but not lock them.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Jump and dump.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Can I say "Jump into water" whiteout a "the" ?
A: I jumped into the water.
Q: Jump from the Brooklyn bridge if you survive it'll be an adventure and if you don't it'll be a suicide. does this sound natural?
A: In terms of punctuation, I would split it into two sentences with a period after bridge.

"Jump from the Brooklyn Bridge. If you survive, it'll be an adventure, and if you don't, it'll be a suicide."
Q: Jump in the bed! does this sound natural?
A: It could be natural, but it depends on the context. Who is the speaker and who is receiving the order?

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