US: /ˈdʒəmp/
UK: /d‍ʒˈʌmp/

English Vietnamese dictionary

jump /dʤʌmp/
  • danh từ
    • sự nhảy, bước nhảy
      • long (broad) jump: (thể dục,thể thao) nhảy xa
      • high jump: (thể dục,thể thao) nhảy cao
      • pole jump: (thể dục,thể thao) nhảy sào
      • running jump: nhảy có chạy lấy đà
      • standing jump: nhảy không chạy lấy đà
    • sự giật mình; cái giật mình
      • to give someone the jumps: làm cho ai giật mình
    • (the jumps) mê sảng rượu
    • sự tăng đột ngột (giá cả, nhiệt độ...)
    • sự thay đổi đột ngột, sự chuyển đột ngột; chỗ hẫng, chỗ hổng (trong lập luận...); chỗ trống (trong một hàng, một dãy)
    • vật chướng ngại phải nhảy qua
    • nước cờ ăn quân (cờ đam)
    • dòng ghi trang tiếp theo (cuối bài báo, truyện ngắn)
    • to get (have) the jump on
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) bắt đầu sớm hơn và do đó nắm được ưu thế hơn
    • on the jump
      • (thông tục) hối hả bận rộn
  • nội động từ
    • nhảy
      • to jump for joy: nhảy lên vì vui sướng
      • to jump from one subject to another: nhảy từ vấn đề này sang vấn đề kia
    • giật mình, giật nảy người
      • my heart jumps: tim tôi giật nảy lên (vì sợ...)
    • nhảy vọt, tăng vọt, tăng đột ngột (giá cả, độ nhiệt...)
    • (thường) at, to chớp ngay lấy, nắm ngay lấy; chấp nhận vội vàng, vội đi tới (một kết luận...)
      • to jump at an opportunity: chớp lấy cơ hội
      • to jump at an offer: vội chấp nhận một đề nghị
      • to jump at (to) a conclusion: vội đi tới một kết luận
    • (jump on, upon) nhảy bổ vào tấn công dữ dội (kẻ địch...)
    • ngoại động từ
      • nhảy qua
        • to jump a fence: nhảy qua hàng rào
      • bỏ sót, bỏ qua, bỏ cách quãng mất
        • to jump a chapter in a book: bỏ cách quãng mất một chương trong sách
      • trật (bánh ra khỏi đường ray)
        • to jump the rails: trật đường ray
      • làm cho nhảy lên, bắt nhảy, bắt nhảy qua
        • to jump the horse across the ditch: bắt con ngựa nhảy qua cái hào
        • to jump a child down: đỡ cho một em nhỏ nhảy xuống
      • làm giật mình, làm giật nảy người lên
      • đào lật (khoai rán trong chão...)
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) nhảy lên, nhảy vào
        • to jump a train: nhảy lên xe lửa
      • nhảy bổ vào chộp lấy (cái gì)
      • lấn, không đứng vào (hàng nối đuôi nhau theo lần lượt)
        • to jump a queue: lấn chỗ khi xếp hàng
      • nẫng tay trên, phỗng tay trên, chiếm đoạt, xâm chiếm
        • to jump a mining claim: chiếm mất quyền khai thác mỏ (của ai)
      • làm cho bay lên, làm chạy tán loạn (chim, thú săn)
      • khoan đá bằng choòng
      • tiếp (bài báo, truyện ngắn...) ở trang khác
      • chặt, ăn (quân cờ đam)
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tấn công bất thình lình
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) bỏ đi bất thình lình, trốn, chuồn
      • to jump off
        • (quân sự), (từ lóng) bắt đầu tấn công
      • to jump on
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) mắng, nhiếc, chỉnh
      • to jump together; to jump with
        • phù hợp với nhau, nhất trí với nhau; trùng nhau
      • to jump the gun
        • (từ lóng)
      • (thể dục,thể thao) chạy trước khi có hiệu lệnh xuất phát
      • bắt đầu (làm gì) trước lúc quy định
      • to jump down somebody's throat
        • chặn đứng ai không cho nói, ngắt lời ai không cho nói
      • trả lời chặn họng ai, nói chặn họng ai
      • to jump someone into doing something
        • lừa phỉnh ai làm gì
      • to jump out of one's skin
        • giật nảy mình ngạc nhiên; giật nảy mình sợ hãi...

    Advanced English dictionary

    verb, noun
    + verb
    move off / to ground
    1 to move quickly off the ground or away from a surface by pushing yourself with your legs and feet: [V] to jump into the air / over a wall / into the water + 'Quick, jump!' he shouted. + The children were jumping up and down with excitement. + She jumped down from the chair. + The pilot jumped from the burning plane (= with a PARACHUTE). + [VN] She has jumped 2.2 metres.
    pass over sth
    2 [VN] to pass over sth by jumping: Can you jump that gate? + His horse fell as it jumped the last hurdle. + I jumped my horse over all the fences.
    move quickly
    3 [V +adv./prep.] to move quickly and suddenly: He jumped to his feet when they called his name. + She jumped up and ran out of the room. + Do you want a ride? Jump in.
    4 [V] to make a sudden movement because of surprise, fear or excitement: A loud bang made me jump. + Her heart jumped when she heard the news.
    5 [V] to rise suddenly by a large amount: Prices jumped by 60% last year. + Sales jumped from $2.7 billion to $3.5 billion.
    change suddenly
    6 [V] ~ (about) (from sth to sth) to change suddenly from one subject to another: I couldn't follow the talk because he kept jumping about from one topic to another. + The story then jumps from her childhood in New York to her first visit to London.
    leave out
    7 [VN] to leave out sth and pass to a further point or stage: You seem to have jumped several steps in the argument.
    of machine / device
    8 [V] to move suddenly and unexpectedly, especially out of the correct position: The needle jumped across the dial. + The film jumped during projection.
    9 ~ (on) sb (informal) to attack sb suddenly: [VN] The thieves jumped him in a dark alleyway. [also V]
    10 [VN] (AmE) to get on a vehicle very quickly: to jump a bus
    11 [VN] (AmE) = JUMP-START
    be lively
    12 (be jumping) (informal) to be very lively: The bar's jumping tonight.
    Idioms: jump down sb's throat (informal) to react very angrily to sb
    jump the gun to do sth too soon, before the right time
    jump the lights (informal) to fail to stop at a red traffic light
    jump out of your skin (informal) to move violently because of a sudden shock
    jump the queue (BrE) (AmE jump the line) to go to the front of a line of people without waiting for your turn
    jump the rails (of a train) to leave the rails suddenly
    jump ship
    1 to leave the ship on which you are serving, without permission
    2 to leave an organization that you belong to, suddenly and unexpectedly
    jump through hoops to do sth difficult or complicated in order to achieve sth
    jump to it (AmE also hop to it) (informal) used to tell sb to hurry and do something quickly
    Phrasal Verbs: jump at sth to enthusiastically accept an opportunity, offer, etc.
    jump in
    1 to interrupt a conversation: Before she could reply Peter jumped in with an objection.
    2 to start to do sth very quickly without spending a long time thinking first
    jump on sb (AmE also jump at sb) (informal) to criticize sb/sth
    jump out at sb to be very obvious and easily noticed: The mistake in the figures jumped out at me.
    + noun
    1 an act of jumping: a jump of over six metres + The story takes a jump back in time. + Somehow he survived the jump from the third floor of the building. + to make / do a parachute jump + a ski jump champion + I sat up with a jump (= quickly and suddenly). + The negotiations took a jump forward yesterday (= they made progress).
    2 a barrier like a narrow fence that a horse or a runner has to jump over in a race or competition: The horse fell at the last jump.
    3 ~ (in sth) a sudden increase in amount, price or value: a 20 per cent jump in pre-tax profits + unusually large price jumps
    Idioms: to keep, etc. one jump ahead (of sb) to keep your advantage over sb, especially your competitors, by taking action before they do or by making sure you know more than they do
    more at RUNNING adj., HIGH JUMP

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 leap, bound, spring, pounce, hurdle, vault, hop, skip; caper, cavort, gambol:
    Jack, jump over the candlestick! Lambs were jumping about in the meadow
    2 start, jerk, wince, flinch, recoil:
    The sudden noise made me jump.
    3 Sometimes, jump over. skip (over), omit, pass over or by, bypass, avoid, leave out, ignore, disregard, overlook, gloss over:
    Jump the boring parts and read me the sexy bits.
    4 pass, move, leap, skip:
    She jumped from one subject to another so quickly that I couldn't keep track
    5 advance, increase, rise, gain, surge, escalate:
    The cost of living jumped again this month, causing fear of inflation.
    6 jump at. accept, grab, snatch, swoop up, leap at, pounce on:
    Most people would jump at the chance to better themselves.
    7 jump on. attack, swoop down on or upon; reprimand, rebuke:
    She jumps on anyone who suggests that she used influence to get her job.
    8 leap, bound, spring, pounce, hurdle, vault, hop, skip:
    With one jump the cheetah was upon the gazelle.
    9 rise, increase, boost, hike, advance, gain, surge, escalation, upsurge, increment, elevation:
    A jump in the Retail Price Index drove share prices lower again yesterday
    10 barricade, obstacle, hurdle, fence, rail, obstruction:
    My horse cleared the first jump easily.
    11 start, jerk, spasm, twitch, recoil, lurch, jolt:
    When they called his name, he gave a little jump.
    12 break, gap, hiatus, lacuna, space, hole, breach, rift, interruption:
    There's a jump in continuity at the end of the fourth chapter.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 movement


    little | running, standing
    Cats can clear two metres with a standing jump.
    | high, long, triple | bungee, parachute, ski


    She made a jump for the river bank.
    | take
    He took a running jump and just managed to clear the stream.
    | do
    He's going to do a parachute jump for charity.
    | give
    Her heart gave a little jump at his smile.


    in the … ~
    Allen won silver in the high jump.
    | with a ~
    I sat up with a jump (= suddenly.).
    | ~ into
    (figurative) The new law is a jump into the unknown.
    | ~ onto

    2 increase


    big, quantum, sharp | small


    Is he good enough to make the jump into Formula One?


    ~ in
    The sportswear company reports a jump in sales since the Olympics.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a sudden and decisive increase
    +an abrupt transition
    +(film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another
    +a sudden involuntary movement
    +descent with a parachute
    +the act of jumping; propelling yourself off the ground
    +move forward by leaps and bounds
    +move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm
    +make a sudden physical attack on
    +increase suddenly and significantly
    +be highly noticeable
    +enter eagerly into
    +rise in rank or status
    +jump down from an elevated point
    +run off or leave the rails
    +jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute
    +cause to jump or leap
    +start (a car engine whose battery is dead) by connecting it to another car's battery
    +pass abruptly from one state or topic to another
    +go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions