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  1. jump-up

    • n.
      a jump in an upward direction;an informal Caribbean dance or celebration
    • noun: jump-up, plural noun: jump-ups

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    • 1. a jump in an upward direction they improvised with things lying around, such as jump-ups on to hay bails to work the legs improved production volumes and gold prices resulted in a significant jump-up in the revenues
    • an informal Caribbean dance or celebration the carnival celebrations end here today with the traditional street jump-up apart from soca, calypso, and jump-up music, Lee was also a great exponent of ska music
    • 2. Australian informal an escarpment.
    • adj.
      denoting someone who considers themselves to be more important than they really are, or who has ... she's not really a journalist, more a jumped-up PR woman

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      denoting someone who considers themselves to be more important than they really are, or who has ... she's not really a journalist, more a jumped-up PR woman

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      be very angry, upset, or excited

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    • ph.
      be very angry, upset, or excited

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    • n.
      a jump in an upward direction.

    Oxford American Dictionary