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You'll have to jump if you want to catch it.
I had to jump around a bit to get warm.
The cat jumped up onto my lap.
The children were all jumping up and down and cheering.
The noise made her jump.
The conversation suddenly jumped back to what had happened yesterday.
We shouldn't jump to conclusions about the cause of the problem.
This is the British English definition of jump. View American English definition of jump.
relating to the Sun, or coming from the Sun
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