Scrabble?! JUMP


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Scrabble (US/Canada)
(15 pts)
Words with friends
(20 pts)
Official Scrabble (OSPD4)
(15 pts)
Official Scrabble (OSPD5)
(15 pts)
(19 pts)
(4 pts)
Scrabble (UK)
(15 pts)
Lexulous (US)
(15 pts)

Definitions of JUMP in various dictionaries:

    • noun - a sudden and decisive increase
    • noun - an abrupt transition
    • noun - (film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another
    • noun - a sudden involuntary movement
    • noun - descent with a parachute
    • noun - the act of jumping
    • verb - move forward by leaps and bounds
    • verb - move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm
    • verb - make a sudden physical attack on
    • verb - increase suddenly and significantly
    • verb - be highly noticeable
    • verb - enter eagerly into
    • verb - rise in rank or status
    • verb - jump down from an elevated point
    • verb - run off or leave the rails
    • verb - jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute
    • verb - cause to jump or leap
    • verb - start (a car engine whose battery is dead) by connecting it to another car's battery
    • verb - bypass
    • verb - pass abruptly from one state or topic to another
    • verb - go back and forth
    • To spring off the ground or other base by a muscular effort of the legs and feet.
    • To move suddenly and in one motion: jumped out of bed.
    • To move involuntarily, as in surprise: jumped when the phone rang.
    • To parachute from an aircraft.
    • To move quickly; hustle: Jump when I give you an order.
    • To take prompt advantage; respond quickly: jump at a bargain.
    • To enter eagerly into an activity; plunge: jumped into the race for the nomination.
    • To begin or start.
    • To form an opinion or a judgment hastily: jump to conclusions.
    • To make a sudden verbal attack; lash out: jumped at me for being late; jumped on her subordinates for their carelessness.
    • To undergo a sudden and pronounced increase: Prices jumped in October.
    • To rise suddenly in position or rank: jumped over two others with more seniority.
    • To move discontinuously or change after a short period: jumps from one subject to another; jumped from one job to another.
    • To be displaced by a sudden jerk: The phonograph needle jumped.
    • To be displaced vertically or laterally because of improper alignment: The film jumped during projection.
    • Computer Science.
    • Games.
    • To move over an opponent’s playing piece in a board game.
    • To make a jump bid in bridge.
    • To be lively; bustle: a disco that really jumps.
    • To leap over or across: jump a fence.
    • To leap onto: jump a bus.
    • To spring upon in sudden attack; assault or ambush: Muggers jumped him in the park.
    • To move or start prematurely before: jumped the starting signal.
    • To cause to leap: jump a horse over a fence.
    • To cause to increase suddenly: Unexpected shortages jumped milk prices by several cents a quart.
    • To pass over; skip: The typewriter jumped a space.
    • To raise in rank or position; promote.
    • Games.
    • To move a piece over (an opponent’s piece) in a board game, often thereby capturing the opponent’s piece.
    • To raise (a partner’s bid) in bridge by more than is necessary.
    • To jump-start (a motor vehicle).
    • To leave (a course), especially through mishap: The train jumped the rails.
    • Slang.
    • To leave hastily; skip: jumped town a step ahead of the police.
    • To leave (an organization, for example) suddenly or in violation of an agreement: jumped the team and signed with a rival club.
    • To seize or occupy illegally: jump a mining claim.
    • To forfeit (bail) by failing to appear in court.
    • The act of jumping; a leap.
    • The distance covered by a jump: a jump of seven feet.
    • An obstacle or a span to be jumped.
    • A descent from an aircraft by parachute.
    • Any of several track-and-field events in which contestants jump.
    • An initial competitive advantage; a head start: got the jump on the other daily papers.
    • A sudden pronounced rise, as in price or salary.
    • An impressive promotion.
    • A step or level: managed to stay a jump ahead of the others.
    • A sudden or major transition, as from one career or subject to another.
    • A short trip.
    • One in a series of moves and stopovers, as with a circus or road show.
    • A move in a board game over an opponent’s piece.
    • A movement from one set of instructions to another.
    • An involuntary nervous movement; a start.
    • A jump-start of a motor vehicle.
    • adj - to spring off the ground [v -ED, -ING, -S] : JUMPABLE


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