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  1. jump

    • IPA[dʒʌmp]



    • vi.
      跳; 歡欣鼓舞; 暴跳; 躁動不安; 手舞足蹈;快速行動
    • vt.
      跳過; 翻過;使躍起
    • n.
    • 過去式:jumped 過去分詞:jumped 現在分詞:jumping

    • 名詞複數:jumps

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語


    • 1. 跳; 歡欣鼓舞; 暴跳; 躁動不安; 手舞足蹈 to jump over sth. 翻越 to jump across sth. 跨過
    • 2. 快速行動 to jump at sb.'s command 聽到某人命令後迅速行動 to jump to one's feet 一躍而起
    • 3. 吃驚 to make sb. jump 使某人大吃一驚 sb.'s heart jumps 某人心中一驚
    • 4. 激增 dividends jumped by 20 per cent that year 那年的紅利猛增了20% sales jumped from £2.7 billion to £3.5 billion 銷售額從27億英鎊猛增到35億英鎊
    • 5. 迅速轉變 to jump from one topic to another 從一個話題跳到另一個話題
    • 6. 突然跳動 the needle jumped across the dial 指針在刻度盤上亂擺


    • 1. 跳過; 翻過 to jump the gun 搶跑 to jump the lights 闖紅燈
    • 2. 使躍起 she jumped her horse over the hedge 她策馬越過了樹籬
    • 3. 跳越 she has jumped 2.2 metres 她跳過了2.2米
    • 4. 略去 to jump a stage 越級
    • 5. 脫離 to jump the rails 出軌
    • 6. 跳上


    • 1. to give a jump for joy 高興得跳起來 she cleared the distance in one jump 這個距離她一跳而過
    • 2. 障礙物
    • 3. 驚跳 I woke with a jump 我突然驚醒了 to give a jump (of fright) 嚇了一跳
    • 4. 突升 a huge jump in profits/expenditure 利潤/支出的激增
    • 5. 突然跨越 the great jump forward to a new technological era 步入新技術時代的巨大飛躍 she's made the jump from deputy to director 她從副手一下子晉升為主任


    1. push oneself off a surface and into the air by using the muscles in one's legs and feet

    2. pass over (an obstacle or barrier) by jumping

    3. (especially of prices or figures) rise suddenly and by a large amount

    4. (of driver or a vehicle) fail to stop at (a red traffic light)

    5. (of a person) move suddenly and quickly in a specified way

    6. (of a person) make a sudden involuntary movement in reaction to something that causes surprise or shock

    7. an act of jumping from a surface by pushing upwards with one's legs and feet

    8. an obstacle to be jumped, especially by a horse and rider in an equestrian competition

    9. a sudden dramatic rise in amount, price, or value

    10. a sudden involuntary movement caused by shock or surprise


    「1. (especially of prices or figures) rise suddenly and by a large amount」的反義字

    「2. a sudden dramatic rise in amount, price, or value」的反義字

    • adj.
    • jump的動詞過去式、過去分詞
    • jump的名詞複數
    • 跳躍的


    • ph.
      責備 He'll jump onto anyone who contradicts him. 誰不同意他, 他就罵誰。
    • ph.
      躍向 The little boy jumped at his mother with joy. 小男孩高興地向他母親撲去。
    • ph.
      跳上 He jumped on a taxi. 他跳上一輛計程車。 The dog jumped on the stranger. 狗突然向陌生人猛撲過去。
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    • vi.
      跳;跳躍 The horse jumped over the ditch. 馬跳過了那條溝。
    • vt.
      跳過,越過 He jumped the wall easily. 他輕鬆地跳過牆去。
    • n.[C]
      跳躍 He got to his feet with a jump. 他霍地站了起來。
    • 跳躍,跳動,上漲,驚跳跳越,躍過,突升,使跳躍跳躍,跳,跳動,暴漲