jump in Hindi हिन्दी
- अकस्मात वृद्धि ⇄ jump hindi
- उछलना ⇄ jump hindi
- एकाएक दाम की वृद्धि ⇄ jump hindi
- कुदकना ⇄ jump hindi
- कुदान ⇄ jump hindi
- कुलांच ⇄ jump hindi
- कूद ⇄ jump hindi
- कूदना ⇄ jump hindi
- छलांग ⇄ jump hindi
- जम्प ⇄ jump hindi
- डांकना ⇄ jump hindi
- फांदना ⇄ jump hindi
- लपक ⇄ jump hindi
- लांघना ⇄ jump hindi
- व्यतिक्रम करना ⇄ jump hindi
jump in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
- ಎಗರು ⇄ jump kannada
- ಕುಪ್ಪಳಿಕೆ ⇄ jump kannada
- ಜಿಗಿ ⇄ jump kannada
- ಜಿಗಿತ ⇄ jump kannada
- ನೆಗೆ ⇄ jump kannada
- ನೆಗೆತ ⇄ jump kannada
- ಮಿಡಿ ⇄ jump kannada
- ಲಮ್ಘಿಸು ⇄ jump kannada
- ವಿಧಿನಿಯಮವಿಲ್ಲದೆ ಮದುವೆಯಾಗು ⇄ jump kannada
- ಸಿಡಿ ⇄ jump kannada
- ಹಾರಾಡು ⇄ jump kannada
- ಹಾರಿಕೆ ⇄ jump kannada
- ಹಾರು ⇄ jump kannada
- ಹಾಳೆ ಹಾರಿಸಿಬಿಡು ⇄ jump kannada
jump in Telugu తెలుగు
jump in English
- jump ⇄ adv. (Obsolete.) exactly; precisely. english
- jump ⇄ expr. get (or have) the jump on, (Slang.) to get or have an advantage over.
Ex. The alert student can often divine the shape of things to come, thereby getting the jump on his corporate peers (Harper's). In the matter of age the town has a jump onenglish
- jump ⇄ expr. jump a claim. See under claim. english
- jump ⇄ expr. jump at, to accept eagerly and quicky;
Ex. to jump at a chance, jump at an offer. He was staggered that the Labour Party leaders had not jumped at it (London Times).english
- jump ⇄ expr. jump down one's throat. See under throat. english
- jump ⇄ expr. jump off,
a. to start out.
Ex. Allied infanty, jumping off at dawn, moved onto ""The Yoke,"" the enemy perimeter at the northern edge of the ridge (New York Times).
b. (U.S.) to leave.
Ex. It was resolved ... to bid a finaenglish
- jump ⇄ expr. jump on, (Slang.) to blame; scold; criticize.
Ex. Stop jumping on me every time I make a mistake.english
- jump ⇄ expr. jump the gun. See under gun. english
- jump ⇄ expr. jump the track. See under track. english
- jump ⇄ expr. jumps, Informal, a nervous condition characterized by sudden starts or jerks. english
- jump ⇄ expr. on the jump, (Informal.)
a. rushing around; always busy.
Ex. Keeping the foe on the jump (London Daily News).
b. at great speed.
Ex. Jake went out the door on the jump (Mulford and Clay).
c. in a nervous state. english
Ex. The dog was afflicted with the jumps.
b. delirium tremens.
Ex. Alcoholics may get fits of the jumps.
Ex. The horse made a fine jump.
2a. a sudden jerk.
Ex. a jump in the motion picture film.
b. the part of a thing that has been passed over, jerked through, or omitted.
Ex. to jump up and down. How high can you jump? How far can you jump? Our cat can jump to the table, off the table, and across the path.
2. to give a sudden start or jerk.
Ex. We often ju
Ex. to jump a stream. The speeding car jumped the curve and crashed.
b. to go around; by-pass, as an electric circuit.
Ex. to jump the ignition of an automobile.
2. to cause to jump.
Ex. to jump a ho