rise suddenly (from a seat, etc.); move quickly (into sth)
move with a jerk or jerks from excitement, joy, etc.; start suddenly
rise suddenly in price
an act of jumping; sudden spring from the ground
sudden rise in amount, value, etc.
"a jump in attendance"
"a successful leap from college to the major leagues"
"he awoke with a start"
"he had done a lot of parachuting in the army"
"he advanced in a series of jumps"
"the jumping was unexpected"
"The horse bounded across the meadow"
"The child leapt across the puddle"
"Can you jump over the fence?"
"She startled when I walked into the room"
"The muggers jumped the woman in the fur coat"
"Prices jumped overnight"
"He jumped into the game"
"Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list"
"the parachutist didn't want to jump"
"every year, hundreds of people jump off the Golden Gate bridge"
"the widow leapt into the funeral pyre"
"the train derailed because a cow was standing on the tracks"
"the trainer jumped the tiger through the hoop"
"He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"
"leap into fame"
"jump to a conclusion"
"jump from one thing to another"
The dancer holds a particular pose,..and progresses in a series of hops or small jumps.
出自： G. B. L. Wilson
The sea was beginning to jump.
出自： H. Caine
The car jumped forward, the man obviously having some trouble with the clutch.
出自： C. Phillips
To my surprise, he jumped at the offer, though it did not seem very attractive to me.
Many person would have jumped at such an opportunity as this.
Everyone was surprised when Jim didn't jump at his father's offer of a partnership.
She jumped at the chance to meet the famous author.
It was necessary to jump on the ice coated mounds of brush several times before they could flush.
你得在这些被冰覆盖的树丛跳上好几下,才能把鸟群惊飞。 jump on sb/sth
The teacher jumped on the inattentive pupil in class.
I'm afraid the teacher will jump on me if I am late.
Her driving instructor jumped on every little mistake, which made her very nervous.
Alfred was jumped on by his father for coming back late.
阿尔弗莱德由于回家晚而被父亲狠狠地说了一顿。 jump on sb for sth/v-ing
If the boss is in one of his bad moods, he'll jump on you for the slightest thing.
The teacher jumped on him for handing in untidy homework.
由于作业潦草,老师严厉地批评了他。 jump on sb
The dog jumped on the stranger.
The wall is high； you can't jump over it.
The stream is so wide that you couldn't jump over it.
I often jump over a line or two in rapid reading.
我快速阅读时常常跳越过一两行字。 jump oneself/sth over sth
The thief jumped himself over a fence and escaped.
He jumped the horse over the fence.
The membership of these associations jumped to two million.
His tastes and his means do not jump together.
误 He jumped off from the train before it had quite stopped moving.
正 He jumped off the train before it had quite stopped moving.
析 说“跳离…”是jump off, off在这里是介词,其后接宾语,不需再接from。
误 We jumped with joy at the news.
正 We jumped for joy at the news.
析 “高兴得跳起来”是jump for joy, for在这里表示原因,不可换为with。