Pronunciation of Jump  

English Meaning

A kind of loose jacket for men.

  1. To spring off the ground or other base by a muscular effort of the legs and feet.
  2. To move suddenly and in one motion: jumped out of bed.
  3. To move involuntarily, as in surprise: jumped when the phone rang.
  4. To parachute from an aircraft.
  5. Informal To move quickly; hustle: Jump when I give you an order.
  6. To take prompt advantage; respond quickly: jump at a bargain.
  7. To enter eagerly into an activity; plunge: jumped into the race for the nomination.
  8. To begin or start. Often used with off: The project jumped off with great enthusiasm.
  9. To form an opinion or judgment hastily: jump to conclusions.
  10. To make a sudden verbal attack; lash out: jumped at me for being late.
  11. To undergo a sudden and pronounced increase: Prices jumped in October.
  12. To rise suddenly in position or rank: jumped over two others with more seniority.
  13. To move discontinuously or change after a short period: jumps from one subject to another; jumped from one job to another.
  14. To be displaced by a sudden jerk: The phonograph needle jumped.
  15. To be displaced vertically or laterally because of improper alignment: The film jumped during projection.
  16. Computer Science To move from one set of instructions in a program to another out of sequence.
  17. Games To move over an opponent's playing piece in a board game.
  18. Games To make a jump bid in bridge.
  19. Slang To be lively; bustle: a disco that really jumps.
  20. To leap over or across: jump a fence.
  21. To leap onto: jump a bus.
  22. Slang To spring upon in sudden attack; assault or ambush: Muggers jumped him in the park.
  23. To move or start prematurely before: jumped the starting signal.
  24. To cause to leap: jump a horse over a fence.
  25. To cause to increase suddenly: shortages that jumped milk prices by several cents.
  26. To pass over; skip: The typewriter jumped a space.
  27. To raise in rank or position; promote.
  28. Games To move a piece over (an opponent's piece) in a board game, often thereby capturing the opponent's piece.
  29. Games To raise (a partner's bid) in bridge by more than is necessary.
  30. To jump-start (a motor vehicle).
  31. To leave (a course), especially through mishap: The train jumped the rails.
  32. Slang To leave hastily; skip: jumped town a step ahead of the police.
  33. Slang To leave (an organization, for example) suddenly or in violation of an agreement: jumped the team and signed with a rival club.
  34. To seize or occupy illegally: jump a mining claim.
  35. To forfeit (bail) by failing to appear in court.
  36. Vulgar Slang To have sexual intercourse with.
  37. The act of jumping; a leap.
  38. The distance covered by a jump: a jump of seven feet.
  39. An obstacle or span to be jumped.
  40. A structure or course from which a jump is made: built a jump out of snow.
  41. A descent from an aircraft by parachute.
  42. Sports Any of several track-and-field events in which contestants jump.
  43. Informal An initial competitive advantage; a head start: got the jump on the other newspapers.
  44. Informal Energy or quickness: "We got off to a slow start. We didn't have any jump, and when we did get things going, we were too far behind” ( John LeClair).
  45. A sudden pronounced rise, as in price or salary.
  46. An impressive promotion.
  47. A step or level: managed to stay a jump ahead.
  48. A sudden or major transition, as from one career or subject to another.
  49. A short trip.
  50. One in a series of moves and stopovers, as with a circus or road show.
  51. Games A move in a board game over an opponent's piece.
  52. Computer Science A movement from one set of instructions to another.
  53. An involuntary nervous movement; a start.
  54. A condition of nervousness. Often used with the.
  55. A jump-start of a motor vehicle.
  56. Vulgar Slang An act of sexual intercourse.
  57. jump (someone's) bones Vulgar Slang To have sexual intercourse with someone.
  58. jump the gun To start doing something too soon.
  59. jump through hoops To make extraordinary efforts, especially in following a prescribed procedure.

Malayalam Meaning

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കുതിക്കുക - Kuthikkuka ;ചാട്ടമത്സരം - Chaattamathsaram | Chattamathsaram ;കുതിപ്പ്‌ - Kuthippu ;ഒരു കമ്പ്യൂട്ടറിന്റെ പ്രവര്‍ത്തനങ്ങളുടെ നിയന്ത്രണത്തെ മാറ്റാനായിട്ട്‌ കൊടുക്കുന്ന നിര്‍ദ്ദേശങ്ങള്‍ - Oru Kampyoottarinte Pravar‍ththanangalude Niyanthranaththe Maattaanaayittu Kodukkunna Nir‍ddheshangal‍ | Oru Kampyoottarinte Pravar‍thanangalude Niyanthranathe Mattanayittu Kodukkunna Nir‍dheshangal‍ ;വിലവര്‍ദ്ധന - Vilavar‍ddhana | Vilavar‍dhana ;ചാടിയെഴുന്നേല്‍ക്കുക - Chaadiyezhunnel‍kkuka | Chadiyezhunnel‍kkuka ;

കുതിച്ചു ചാടുക - Kuthichu Chaaduka | Kuthichu Chaduka ;വളരെ വ്യക്തമായിരിക്കുക - Valare Vyakthamaayirikkuka | Valare Vyakthamayirikkuka ;മൂല്യവര്‍ദ്ധന - Moolyavar‍ddhana | Moolyavar‍dhana ;ചാടുക - Chaaduka | Chaduka ;തവ്വുക - Thavvuka ;ഞെട്ടിത്തെറിക്കുക - Njettiththerikkuka | Njettitherikkuka ;സ്കന്ദം - Skandham ;തുള്ളുക - Thulluka ;ചാട്ടം - Chaattam | Chattam ;ഒഴിവാക്കുക - Ozhivaakkuka | Ozhivakkuka ;പന്ത് - Panthu ;കുതിച്ചുച്ചാട്ടം - Kuthichuchaattam | Kuthichuchattam ;ഒത്തുക - Oththuka | Othuka ;ചാടിക്കടക്കുക - Chaadikkadakkuka | Chadikkadakkuka ;ക്രമരാഹിത്യം - Kramaraahithyam | Kramarahithyam ;പ്ലുതി - Pluthi ;പ്ലുതം - Plutham ;കുതിച്ചുയരുക - Kuthichuyaruka ;

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Acts 27:43

But the centurion, wanting to save Paul, kept them from their purpose, and commanded that those who could swim should jump overboard first and get to land,


ശതാധിപനോ പൗലൊസിനെ രക്ഷിപ്പാൻ ഇച്ഛിച്ചിട്ടു അവരുടെ താല്പര്യം തടുത്തു, നീന്തുവാൻ കഴിയുന്നവർ ആദ്യം ചാടി കരെക്കു പറ്റുവാനും


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