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jump [ dʒʌmp] vi.跳;暴涨 vt.跳过

jump at 急忙接受,立即抓住

jump off 开始,开始进攻

jump sb. out 叱责某人

jump the queue 不按次序排队;加塞

jump [dʒʌmp] n. 跳跃;跳变 v. 跳跃;惊起;猛扑

jump [dʒʌmp] 转移

蹦极 bungee, bungee jumping

“跳进黄河洗不清” "eve if one jumped into the Yellow River, one can not wash oneself clean--there's nothing one can do to clear one's name "

Jump Rope 跳绳

Jump Start 助推起动器

Jump Starter 助推起动器

Jumping Ball 弹跳球

jump shot 跳投

jump ball 争球,跳球


ski jump---跳高滑雪

ski jumping competition---跳高滑雪比赛

"eve if one jumped into the Yellow River, one can not wash oneself clean--there's nothing one can do to clear one's name "

“暴发户” upstart,parvenu,noov(e),nouveau riche(new rich),jumped-up people(口语)

Jump welded tube 对缝焊管,焊接管

Don't jump to conclusions.

At the sound of the train, the children jumped with joy, as they knew they could see their father soon.

I automatically jump back when I see a snake.

People jumped with joy at the sight of the ship coming to the port.

The wall is so low that they can jump over it with ease.

The party was a nightmare. Children jumped on the furniture, broke a window, and got the floors all dirty.

A spirited discussion springs up between a young girl who says that women have out grown the?jumping-on-a-chair-at-the-sight-of-a mouse era and a major who says that they haven’t.

He dared me to jump over the river.

The thief jumped into a car and made his escape.

He jumped to his feet and ran out of the office.

The horse jumped the fence.

The horse cleared all the jumps.

I'll take a chance.
Can you jump over the river? (你能跳过那条河吗?)
I'll take a chance. (碰碰运气看。)
I'll take a gamble.
I'll go for it. (我大胆试一试。)
I'll give it a try. (试试看。)

Let's not jump the gun. *gun为“手枪”,而jump the gun是固定词组,表示比赛枪响前就跑出去的意思。即“抢跑”、“抢先……”之意。
I think I've got the job. Let's celebrate! (我想我已经找到了工作。我们来庆祝一下吧!)
Let's not jump the gun. (为之过早了吧。)
Let's not be too hasty.
Let's not rush into things.
Don't count your chickens before they are hatched. *“别在小鸡孵出之前就数鸡”,常用于口语中。

Don't jump to conclusions! *jump to conclusions直译是“随便下结论”,即“过早地下结论”、“贸然断定”。
So, I think she's pregnant. (所以,我想她已经怀孕了。)
Don't jump to conclusions! (别这么快地下结论。)
Don't prejudge it! (别凭想像判断。)
Don't make assumptions! (不能主观臆断。)
Don't get the wrong idea. (不要抱有那种错误想法。)

I jumped for joy.

Don't jump on me.
= Don't be angry at me.

Good (or Great) wits jump.

Don't jump to conclusions.

A Actually, when I think about it, I like all the athletics events.
A 事实上,当我想到奥运会的时候,我喜欢所有的田径项目。
B You mean, things like the races – the 100 metres and so on?
B 你是说,像赛跑——100米赛跑之类的项目?
A Yes, and the 200 metres, the 400 metres, the 800 metres and the relay races. I also like the longer distance races – the fifteen hundred metres and the five and ten thousand metres.
A 是的,还有200米,400米,800米和接力赛跑。我还喜欢更长距离的赛跑——一千五百米、五千米和一万米赛跑。
B Yes, all the races are really exciting. What about the other athletics events?
B 是的,所有的赛跑都非常激烈。其他的田径项目怎么样?
A I like them all!? I especially love the long jump and the high jump.
A 我都喜欢!我尤其喜欢跳远和跳高。
B Me too. I also like the hurdles.
B 我也是。我还喜欢跨栏赛跑。

A Hi! Jump in. Let’s go.
A 嗨!上车。咱们走吧。
B Thanks for picking me up.
B 谢谢你来接我。
A No problem. We’ll get there quicker by car. Oh, remember – always fasten your seat belt.
A 不客气。坐车去我们将快点到达那里。噢,记住——永远要系上安全带。
B Yes, don’t worry. I always have it on, even in taxis.
B 是的,不必担心。我总是把安全带系上,即使在出租车里也一样。
A Well, it’s better to be safe.
A 哦,安全比较重要。
B I know. Better safe than sorry, as they say.
B 我知道。就像人们说的,防患于未然。

I like the 800 metres race.
I also like the relay races.
I like the long jump.
I like the high jump.

They jumped at the unexpected noise.他们因突如其来的声音吓得跳了起来。

@@@ 结论
come to a conclusion 得出结论
draw a conclusion 得出结论
jump to the conclusion 匆匆做出结论

@@@ 突然, 突发
a fit of 突发一阵, 阵发
break away (from) 突然离开, 脱离; 放弃(传统等)
break off 折断; 突然中断或停止
break out 爆发; 突然发生
burst out 突然说出; 突然(哭、笑、叫)起来
cross one's mind 突然想起; 突然从脑海中掠过, 想起来
jump out at 突然出现; 一下子吸引住
on short notice 在很短的时间内(突如其来, 无充分的准备时间)
pop up 突然出现
spring up 突然出现; 迅速生长

@@@ 马上, 立刻
at once 马上, 立刻
in a hurry 匆忙; 立即, 很快地
in a little while 不久, 立刻
in a moment 立即, 立刻
in no time 马上, 立即
jump at 急忙接受; 立即抓住
no sooner ... than 一...就...; 马上, 立即
right away 立即, 马上

@@@ 匆忙, 急需
first aid 急救
in a hurry 匆忙; 立即, 很快地
in need of 需要, 急需
jot down 匆匆记下
jump at 急忙接受; 立即抓住
jump to the conclusion 匆匆做出结论
push for 急切要求; 力图得到
rush into 匆忙做某事
rush through 快速地做, 匆忙完成
throw off 摆脱; 匆匆脱掉
up to one's ears 忙得不可开交, 深陷于其中
up to one's/the neck in 非常忙

off : 着地(down to the ground)
fall off 落下
jump off 跳下
knock off 击倒
slip off 滑倒

over : 经过(from one side to the other, across a space or distance)
jump over
climb over
come over
go over
swim over
pass over
walk over
move over
fly over
run over

jump the gun草率行事
Don't jump the gun. We have to be patient for a while.

jump to conclusion妄下结论
Don't jump to conclusion. We have to figure it out first.

Don't jump to conclusions.

jump on sb 向某人乱发脾气

jump the battery 充电

jumping the gun 迫不及待

- Jump to conclusions 仓促的下结论
Being a teacher, he shouldn't jump to conclusions that a student is not worth teaching simply because he fails one exam.

- chew the cud 好好琢磨琢磨
I don't want to jump to conclusions, I have to chew the cud on it for a few days.

- have someone's number 知道某人的底细
Don't waste your tongues with him. I've got his number. What he is trying to do now is to set a trap and let us jump into it.

- Jump down someone's throat 严厉训斥某人
The boy saved a girl from the river and went back home. Seeing him all through, his mother jumped down his throat.

- Be too quick on the trigger 操之过急,行动过于仓促
You are always too quick on the trigger. You jump into his throat before he can explain.

趵 [bào] /jump/leap/

蹦 [bèng] /to jump/bounce or hop/

蹿 [cuān] /jump up/

踉 [liáng] /jump/

跳 [tiào] /jump/hop/skip (a grade)/to leap/to bounce/to beat/

跳高 [tiào gāo] /(n) high jump/

跳进 [tiào jìn] /plunge/jump into/

跳伞 [tiào sǎn] /to parachute/to bail out/parachute jumping/

跳远 [tiào yuǎn] /(n) long jump/

跳跃 [tiào yuè] /to jump/to leap/to bound/to skip/

逾 [yú] /exceed/jump over/

逾 [yú] /to exceed/to go beyond/to jump over/

跃 [yuè] /to jump/to leap/

Since OPEC agreed to supply-cuts in March, the price of crude oil has jumped to almost $26 a barrel, up from less than $10 last December.

The Economist's commodity price index is broadly unchanging from a year ago. In 1973 commodity prices jumped by 70%, and in 1979 by almost 30%.

{adj: desultory} marked by lack of definite plan or regularity or purpose; jumping from one thing to another
"desultory thoughts"
"the desultory conversation characteristic of cocktail parties"

{adj: jumped-up} (British informal) upstart

{adj: record-breaking} surpassing any previously established record
"a record-breaking high jump"
"record-breaking crowds"

{adj: running} executed or initiated by running
"running plays worked better than pass plays"
"took a running jump"
"a running start"
<-> standing

{adj: standing} executed in or initiated from a standing position
"race from a standing start"
"a standing jump"
"a standing ovation"
<-> running

{adv: farthest, furthest} to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense)
"see who could jump the farthest"
"chose the farthest seat from the door"
"he swam the furthest"

{adv: feetfirst} with the feet foremost
"he jumped into the pool feetfirst"

{adv: fractiously} in a fractious manner
"the horse was behaving fractiously and refused to jump"

{adv: nervously} with nervous excitement
"our bodies jumped nervously away at the slightest touch"

{adv: unconsciously} without awareness
"she jumped up unconsciously when he entered the room"
<-> consciously

{n: Bohr theory} (physics) a theory of atomic structure that combined Rutherford's model with the quantum theory; electrons orbiting a nucleus can only be in certain stationary energy states and light is emitted when electrons jump from one energy state to another

{n: Fosbury flop} jumping over the horizontal bar backwards and head first

{n: Fosbury, Dick Fosbury, Richard D. Fosbury} United States athlete who revolutionized the high jump by introducing the Fosbury flop in the 1968 Olympics (born in 1947)

{n: Lewis, Carl Lewis, Frederick Carleton Lewis} United States athlete who won gold medals at the Olympics for his skill in sprinting and jumping (born in 1961)

{n: Machilidae, family Machilidae} jumping bristletails

{n: Psyllidae, family Psyllidae, Chermidae, family Chermidae} jumping plant lice

{n: Zapodidae, family Zapodidae} jumping mice

{n: bandwagon} a popular trend that attracts growing support
"when they saw how things were going everybody jumped on the bandwagon"

{n: bird's-foot violet, pansy violet, Johnny-jump-up, wood violet, Viola pedata} common violet of the eastern United States with large pale blue or purple flowers resembling pansies

{n: broad jump, long jump} the act of jumping as far as possible from a running start

{n: canyon treefrog, Hyla arenicolor} a small chiefly ground dweller that stays within easy jumping distance of water; of United States southwest and northern Mexico

{n: capriole} (dressage) a vertical jump of a trained horse with a kick of the hind legs at the top of the jump

{n: car, railcar, railway car, railroad car} a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad
"three cars had jumped the rails"

{n: center} a position on a basketball team of the player who participates in the jump that starts the game

{n: checkers, draughts} a checkerboard game for two players who each have 12 pieces; the object is to jump over and so capture the opponent's pieces

{n: conclusion} an intuitive assumption
"jump to a conclusion"

{n: cross-country riding, cross-country jumping} riding horses across country over obstructions to demonstrate horsemanship

{n: crossbar} game equipment consisting of a horizontal bar to be jumped or vaulted over

{n: crown fire} a forest fire that advances with great speed jumping from crown to crown ahead of the ground fire

{n: double Dutch} the difficult version of jump rope in which players jump over two ropes that are swung in a crisscross manner by two turners

{n: drink} any large deep body of water
"he jumped into the drink and had to be rescued"

{n: elevation} (ballet) the height of a dancer's leap or jump
"a dancer of exceptional elevation"

{n: flea beetle} any small leaf beetle having enlarged hind legs and capable of jumping

{n: header} a headlong jump (or fall)
"he took a header into the shrubbery"

{n: high jump} a competition that involves jumping as high as possible over a horizontal high bar

{n: high jump} the act of jumping as high as possible over a horizontal bar

{n: hop} the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)

{n: jack-in-the-box} plaything consisting of a toy clown that jumps out of a box when the lid is opened

{n: jerboa} mouselike jumping rodent

{n: jump ball} (basketball) the way play begins or resumes when possession is disputed; an official tosses the ball up between two players who jump in an effort to tap it to a teammate

{n: jump cut} an immediate transition from one scene to another

{n: jump rope, skip rope, skipping rope} a length of rope (usually with handles on each end) that is swung around while someone jumps over it

{n: jump rope} a child's game or a cardiopulmonary exercise in which the player jumps over a swinging rope

{n: jump seat} a folding seat in an automobile

{n: jump suit, jumpsuit} one-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist's uniform

{n: jump suit} one-piece uniform worn by parachutists

{n: jump, jumping} the act of jumping; propelling yourself off the ground
"he advanced in a series of jumps"
"the jumping was unexpected"

{n: jump, leap} a sudden and decisive increase
"a jump in attendance"

{n: jump, parachuting} descent with a parachute
"he had done a lot of parachuting in the army"

{n: jumper, jump shot} (basketball) a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump

{n: jumper} a person who jumps
"as the jumper neared the ground he lost control"
"the jumper's parachute opened"

{n: jumper} an athlete who competes at jumping
"he is one hell of a jumper"

{n: jumping bean, jumping seed, Mexican jumping bean} seed of Mexican shrubs of the genus Sebastiana containing the larva of a moth whose movements cause the bean to jerk or tumble

{n: jumping bristletail, machilid} wingless insect living in dark moist places as under dead tree trunks; they make erratic leaps when disturbed

{n: jumping jack} plaything consisting of a toy figure with movable joints that can be made to dance by pulling strings

{n: jumping mouse} any of several primitive mouselike rodents with long hind legs and no cheek pouches; of woodlands of Eurasia and North America

{n: jumping orchid, Catasetum macrocarpum} orchid having both male and female flowers in the same raceme; when a sensitive projection at the base of the column of the male flower is touched the pollen is suddenly ejected

{n: jumping plant louse, psylla, psyllid} small active cicada-like insect with hind legs adapted for leaping; feeds on plant juices

{n: jumping up and down} jumping in one spot (as in excitement)
"the wailing and jumping up and down exhausted him"

{n: jumping-off place, point of departure} a place from which an enterprise or expedition is launched
"one day when I was at a suitable jumping-off place I decided to see if I could find him"
"my point of departure was San Francisco"

{n: jumping} the act of participating in an athletic competition in which you must jump

{n: jumpstart, jump-start} starting an automobile engine that has a weak battery by means of jumper cables to another car
"my battery was dead so I had to get a jumpstart from my neighbor"

{n: jump} (film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another

{n: key, paint} (basketball) a space (including the foul line) in front of the basket at each end of a basketball court; usually painted a different color from the rest of the court
"he hit a jump shot from the top of the key"
"he dominates play in the paint"

{n: leap, jump, saltation} an abrupt transition
"a successful leap from college to the major leagues"

{n: long jump, broad jump} a competition that involves jumping as far as possible from a running start

{n: magneto, magnetoelectric machine} a small dynamo with a secondary winding that produces a high voltage enabling a spark to jump between the poles of a spark plug in a gasoline engine

{n: meadow jumping mouse, Zapus hudsonius} widely distributed in northeastern and central United States and Canada

{n: one-upmanship} the practice of keeping one jump ahead of a friend or competitor

{n: parachutist, parachuter, parachute jumper} a person who jumps from aircraft using a parachute

{n: pogo stick} plaything consisting of a pole with foot rests and a strong spring; propelled by jumping

{n: pole vault, pole vaulting, pole jump, pole jumping} a competition that involves jumping over a high crossbar with the aid of a long pole

{n: polysyndeton} using several conjunctions in close succession, especially where some might be omitted (as in `he ran and jumped and laughed for joy')

{n: pursued, chased} a person who is being chased
"the film jumped back and forth from the pursuer to the pursued"

{n: quantum field theory} the branch of quantum physics that is concerned with the theory of fields; it was motivated by the question of how an atom radiates light as its electrons jump from excited states

{n: quantum jump} (physics) an abrupt transition of an electron or atom or molecule from one quantum state to another with the emission or absorption of a quantum

{n: quantum leap, quantum jump} a sudden large increase or advance
"this may not insure success but it will represent a quantum leap from last summer"

{n: sack race} a novelty race in which competitors jump ahead with their feet confined in a sack

{n: safety net} a large strong net to catch circus acrobats who fall or jump from a trapeze

{n: showjumping, stadium jumping} riding horses in competitions over set courses to demonstrate skill in jumping over obstacles

{n: ski jumper} a skier who leaps through the air (especially on a ski jump)

{n: ski jumping} the act of performing a jump of skis from a high ramp overhanging a snow covered slope

{n: ski jump} a steep downward ramp from which skiers jump

{n: skydiver} a person who jumps from a plane and performs various gymnastic maneuvers before pulling the parachute cord

{n: springboard, jumping-off point, point of departure} a beginning from which an enterprise is launched
"he uses other people's ideas as a springboard for his own"
"reality provides the jumping-off point for his illusions"
"the point of departure of international comparison cannot be an institution but must be the function it carries out"

{n: springboard} a flexible board for jumping upward

{n: startle, jump, start} a sudden involuntary movement
"he awoke with a start"

{n: steeplechase} a footrace of usually 3000 meters over a closed track with hurdles and a water jump

{n: tarahumara frog, Rana tarahumarae} Mexican frog found within a jump or two of water

{n: three-day event} an equestrian competition; the first day is dressage; the second is cross-country jumping; the third is stadium jumping

{n: tip-off, tap-off} the act of starting a basketball game with a jump ball

{n: transposon, jumping gene} a segment of DNA that can become integrated at many different sites along a chromosome (especially a segment of bacterial DNA that can be translocated as a whole)

{n: triple jump, hop-step-and-jump} an athletic contest in which a competitor must perform successively a hop and a step and a jump in continuous movement

{n: turner} one of two persons who swing ropes for jumpers to skip over in the game of jump rope

{n: typical jerboa} small nocturnal jumping rodent with long hind legs; of arid parts of Asia and northern Africa

{n: vault, hurdle} the act of jumping over an obstacle

{n: vaulter, pole vaulter, pole jumper} an athlete who jumps over a high crossbar with the aid of a long pole

{n: water jump} a pool or stream in a steeplechase or similar contest

{n: wild pansy, Johnny-jump-up, heartsease, love-in-idleness, pink of my John, Viola tricolor} a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derived

{v: alternate, jump} go back and forth ; swing back and forth between two states or conditions

{v: bolt} move or jump suddenly
"She bolted from her seat"

{v: buck, jerk, hitch} jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched
"the yung filly bucked"

{v: caper} jump about playfully

{v: dazzle} amaze or bewilder, as with brilliant wit or intellect or skill
"Her arguments dazzled everyone"
"The dancer dazzled the audience with his turns and jumps"

{v: derail, jump} run off or leave the rails
"the train derailed because a cow was standing on the tracks"

{v: exult, walk on air, be on cloud nine, jump for joy} feel extreme happiness or elation

{v: get the jump} be there first
"They had gotten the jump on their competitors"

{v: heighten} increase the height of
"The athletes kept jumping over the steadily heightened bars"

{v: hop on, mount, mount up, get on, jump on, climb on, bestride} get on the back of
"mount a horse"
<-> hop out

{v: hop, skip, hop-skip} jump lightly

{v: hop} jump across
"He hopped the bush"

{v: hop} make a jump forward or upward

{v: hurdle} jump a hurdle

{v: jump off} set off quickly, usually with success
"The freshman set off to a good start in his math class"

{v: jump, leap, bound, spring} move forward by leaps and bounds
"The horse bounded across the meadow"
"The child leapt across the puddle"
"Can you jump over the fence?"

{v: jump, leap} cause to jump or leap
"the trainer jumped the tiger through the hoop"

{v: jump, pass over, skip, skip over} bypass
"He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"

{v: jumpstart, jump-start, jump} start a car engine whose battery by connecting it to another car's battery

{v: jumpstart, jump-start} start or re-start vigorously
"The Secretary of State intends to jumpstart the Middle East Peace Process"

{v: jump} enter eagerly into
"He jumped into the game"

{v: jump} increase suddenly and significantly
"Prices jumped overnight"

{v: jump} make a sudden physical attack on
"The muggers jumped the woman in the fur coat"

{v: leap out, jump out, jump, stand out, stick out} be highly noticeable

{v: leap out, rush out, sally out, burst forth} jump out from a hiding place and surprise (someone)
"The attackers leapt out from the bushes"

{v: leap, jump} pass abruptly from one state or topic to another
"leap into fame"
"jump to a conclusion"

{v: leapfrog} jump across
"He leapfrogged his classmates"

{v: leapfrog} progress by large jumps instead of small increments

{v: parachute, jump} jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute

{v: pronk} jump straight up
"kangaroos pronk"

{v: pull, overstretch} strain abnormally
"I pulled a muscle in my leg when I jumped up"
"The athlete pulled a tendon in the competition"

{v: rise, jump, climb up} rise in rank or status
"Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list"

{v: roll} execute a roll, in tumbling
"The gymnasts rolled and jumped"

{v: ski jump} jump on skis

{v: sky dive, skydive} jump from an airplane and perform various maneuvers before opening one's parachute

{v: startle, jump, start} move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm
"She startled when I walked into the room"

{v: vault, overleap} jump across or leap over (an obstacle)

" My heart sometimes jumps when I think of you, " I said to her.
"我有时想起你,心就砰砰直跳, "我对她说。

My grandfather, however, jumped to his feet
and I saw that his eyes sparkled momentarily with an intense brightness.

Suddenly my grandfather woke up, jumped to his feet and walked towards the sacks of dates.

I could easily have tried the other on site thrills, including a bungy jump, bungy swing and zorbing( rolling down a hill inside a giant, clear plastic ball).
也许我很容易尝试其他地点固定的冒险项目,包括蹦极跳、蹦极荡和索拼( zorbing)(坐在一个巨大、透明的塑料球体中沿山滚下)。

She just knows she likes Bob Korte's PE class at North Park Elementary, because " Mr K ", as his students call him, doesn't care who wins when they play Ta Po Ae, an imported field handball game in which at least two balls are in play simultaneously and most players are running, jumping, throwing or blocking at any given moment.
她只知道自己喜欢北公园小学里鲍勃·科特的体育课,因为在他们玩 "打堡垒 "时, "老 K 先生 "-他的学生如此称呼他-并不关心谁输谁赢。 "打堡垒 "是一种外来的场地手球赛,比赛时,至少同时有两个球在打,绝大多数参赛队员都在不停地跑、跳、扔、挡。

She jumped behind the wheel of the car and, with the confidence of a newly licensed driver, zoomed off toward the foothills.
她跳上车,像一个刚领到驾照的驾驶员,颇有信心, "突-突-突 "地向山下开去。

I jumped out of bed and ran into the hallway.

Dodi was no playboy, Rees-Jones concluded. He never saw him take cocaine and " he definitely wasn't jumping into bed with a different girl every night. "
里斯一琼斯认为,多迪不是一个花花公子,他从没有见过多迪吸毒,并且 "他绝对不是每晚与不同的姑娘上床 "。

I had my eyes especially on the running broad jump.

When the time came for the broad-jump trials, I was startled to see a tall boy hitting the pit at almost 26 feet on his practice leaps !
到了急行跳远预选赛时,我吃惊地看见一个高个儿小伙子试跳时就落在了沙坑将近 26英尺的地方!

I was told that Hitler hoped to win the jump with him.

On the first of my three qualifying jumps, I leaped from several inches beyond the takeoff board for a foul.

On the second jump, I fouled even worse.

" Look, " he said. " Why don't you draw a line a few inches behind the board and aim at making your take-off from there?
"看, "他说。 "你为什么不在踏板后面几英寸的地方划一道线,然后就从那儿起跳呢?
You'll be sure not to foul, and you certainly ought to jump far enough to qualify.
What does it matter if you 're not first in the trials?
Tomorrow is what counts. "
明天的才算数。 "

Confidently, I drew a line a full foot behind the hoard and proceeded to jump from there.

I knew that if it hadn't been for him I probably wouldn't be jumping in the finals the following day.

I remember that at the instant I landed from my final jump--the one which set the Olympic record of 26 feet 5 1/16 inches--he was at my side, congratulating me.
我记得我最后一跳着地那一瞬间-一那刻我创造了 26英尺 51英寸的奥运会纪录-他来到我旁边,向我祝贺。

With Cathay's business class not due for a revamp until 2001, Cutler says his firm is in no hurry to jump in.
邝乐彬称其公司将不不急跟风,国泰不会在 2001年前对其公务舱进行改造。

Gucci's stock, at $84.81, is off 33% from its 52-week high but still well above the $60 it was trading at a year ago, while LVMH, which trades in Paris, is up to $411 a share after reporting $8.4 billion in 1999 revenue, a 23% jump from last year.
古驰的股票格(现为每股 84.81美元)在连续 52周持续走高之后出现了 33%的下滑,但仍比一年前的成交 60美元高出许多。另一方面,在公布 1999年收入达 84亿美元之后,在巴黎股市,路易威登股票每股格暴涨到 411美元,比去年增长了 23%。

Even though they 're expensive in the world of T shirts, they 're cheap in the scheme of things, because they 're so versatile, says Kal Ruttenstein, fashion director at Bloomingdale's, which has seen T-shirt sales jump significantly over the past six months.

In the U.K. Internet advertising is expected to soar by 218% in 1999 to $89.4 million, and in France a 164% jump to $50.8 million is projected.
英国 1999年的网络广告支出预计会飞涨 218%,攀升至 8, 940万美元,而法国的广告支出将增加 164%,达 5, 080万美元。

So when welfare workers from the Osaka suburb of Ikeda asked for volunteers to test the prototype of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s pet robot, she jumped at the chance.

What playground b-baller dreams of using his rear end to back down Arvydas Sabonis for a 5-ft. jump hook?

But in July, of this year, after a pit bull terrier and a Staffordshire terrier jumped into a schoolyard in Hamburg and mauled to death a six-year old boy, Germans were forced to rethink their definition of a " family pet. "

" You'll never get a poodle to jump onto a man's face no matter how hard you train it and you'll never prevent an attack dog from at least thinking about it. "

That's fine for the flu, which breeds in animals and only jumps over to humans every year or two.

Florida State's O'Brien and two of his students have recently established that the chance of two or more hurricanes hitting the Eastern U.S. stands at about 25% when El Ni? o is ascendant but jumps to 75% when La Ni? a reigns.
佛罗里达州的奥布赖恩及其两个学生最近证实,美国东部受到两次或更多次飓风袭击的机会, 25%是因为厄尔尼诺占优势, 70%是拉尼娜占优势。

We had life jackets and life rings, but the life rings took off when we jumped into the water.

We had floated about 37 km from where we had jumped in.
我们从跳海处已经漂流了 37公里。

I might never be able to fix everything at work or at home, but at least I can work on my jump shot.

It is known for bungee-jumping and skiing, along with white-water rafting, jet-boating and skydiving.

Typically, Grover's sessions with Jordan began with a light warm-up, like jumping rope.

一套固定器具 Jumping set

The market jumps.
The market advances.
The market soars.

Jumping bars

Jump ropes

Tic disorders
Syndromes in which the predominant manifestation is some form of tic. A tic is an
involuntary, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic motor movement (usually involving circumscribed

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