#IOTW Idioms with Word JUMP

Hey, fellas! How was your Saturday? I spent mine trying to finish my never-ending assignments. I hope you guys had a better one ;)

Anyway, today I would like to share some idioms with word “jump”. Are you interested? Stay tuned, fellas!

  1. JUMP FOR JOY. Meaning: to be very happy about something good that has happened. #IOTW

Example: I jumped for joy when his name popped up on my phone.  #IOTW

  1. JUMP OFF THE PAGE. Meaning: something that stands out; extraordinarily intelligent or talented. #IOTW

Example: She got A+ on her final test. She really did jump off the page!  #IOTW

  1. JUMP THE GUN. Meaning: something that occurs too early before preparations are ready; to start something too soon. #IOTW

Example: The whole class had to repeat the race because someone jumped the gun.#IOTW

  1. JUMP SHIP. Meaning: to leave any post or position; to quit or resign, especially when there is difficulty with the job. #IOTW

Example: I decided to jump ship of the job after being offered a better one. #IOTW

  1. JUMP THROUGH HOOPS. Meaning: to go through lots of effort to make something happen. #IOTW

Example:  I’m willing to jump through hoops just to see you smile. #IOTW

Well, it’s a wrap for tonight. How was it, fellas? I hope it has been useful for you. Happy weekend, fellas! :)

Compiled and written by @AnienditaR at @EnglishTips4U on September 19, 2015.


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