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Touch the floor with one hand and jump up in the air. The Sun (2016)This guy would have jumped from a high wall. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They dig under or jump over high fences and are very destructive. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was begging people in the street to save her if she jumped but no one could stop. The Sun (2016)Do you have any idea how quickly you can jump into a pair of jeans and T-shirt? Times, Sunday Times (2017)He then jumped into an aircraft fuel truck before backing it into another vehicle, the witness said. The Sun (2016)The intruder crashed into a fence then got out and made a run for it, jumping over a fence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He only beat two inferior rivals when scoring on his chase debut at Uttoxeter last month but he jumped nicely. The Sun (2017)A wolf jumps a fence, and then digs back in to release his comrades. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Enjoy each other's company but take it slowly and don't jump ahead. The Sun (2016)The two young ones jumped in behind it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The short cut is to jump on a snowmobile or helicopter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is one more fence to jump. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)It means that some people are jumping ahead and buying before they are really ready. The Sun (2014)When you jump in the air and you are unbalanced then what can you do? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then he suddenly jumped up and was absolutely fine. The Sun (2011)He had often before jumped from aircraft and learnt to trust parachutes to open. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It allows you to budget without worrying about sudden jumps in payments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To my astonishment they very quickly stopped jumping up and charging at me. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)The film is frantic and jumps from one idea to another without rhyme or reason. The Sun (2011)But who cuts a dash jumping in and who is a belly flop? The Sun (2016)The couple sat in air crew jump seats at different ends of the plane for take off. The Sun (2006)Coming out of the stalls he was a bit lethargic and was looking round at the jump fences. The Sun (2015)Indiana rightly perceives that there is no human way he can possibly jump across the distance and make it. Christianity Today (2000)Some chose to jump the distance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They spilled the beans on their banker bets and outsiders for next month 's jump racing spectacular. The Sun (2010)The highest jump was something short of 30ft. Times, Sunday Times (2008) The jump was driven by a 4.9 per cent rise in fuel import prices last month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Übersetzungen für jump
Britisches Englisch: jump /dʒʌmp/ VERB
If you jump, you bend your knees, push against the ground with your feet, and move quickly upwards into the air.
I jumped over the fence.
The horse jumped three fences.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: jump
- Arabisch: يَقْفِزُ
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: pular
- Chinesisch: 跳跃
- Kroatisch: skočiti
- Tschechisch: poskočit
- Dänisch: hoppe
- Niederländisch: springen
- Europäisches Spanisch: saltar
- Finnisch: hypätä
- Französisch: sauter
- Deutsch: springen
- Griechisch: πηδώ
- Italienisch: saltare
- Japanisch: 跳びはねる
- Koreanisch: 뛰다
- Norwegisch: hoppe
- Polnisch: skoczyć
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: pular
- Rumänisch: a sări
- Russisch: прыгать
- Spanisch: saltar
- Schwedisch: hoppa skutt
- Thai: กระโดด
- Türkisch: atlamak
- Ukrainisch: стрибати
- Vietnamesisch: nhảy
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