Idioms with JUMP

jump for joy
to be extremely happy
They were jumping for joy at the news.

jump the gun
to do something too soon
They jumped the gun and announced the wrong winner.

jump to conclusions
to make a decision or judgement too quickly
Let’s be careful not to jump to conclusions.

jump to it
to do something immediately
We don’t have much time to finish this. Let’s jump to it.

jump ship
to leave a company in order to work for another
He jumped ship when our competitor offered him a better job.

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