To play in a swing music style: Then the band would ”jump it” and O’Connell would join in a swinging rendition (1930s+ Jive talk)
noun 1. a jet airplane capable of taking off and landing vertically or on an extremely short runway or flight deck. noun 1. a fixed-wing jet aircraft that is capable of landing and taking off vertically
- Jump jockey
noun 1. (Brit) a jockey who rides in steeplechases (as opposed to one who rides in flat races)
- Jump leads
/liːdz/ plural noun 1. two heavy cables fitted with crocodile clips used to start a motor vehicle with a discharged battery by connecting the battery to an external battery US and Canadian name jumper cables
noun, Journalism. 1. a line of type identifying the page on or from which a newspaper story is continued.