Form an opinion or judgment hastily, as in Wait till you have the facts; don’t jump to a conclusion. [ c. 1700 ]
- Jump trace buffer
(JTB) A feature of some pipelined processors (e.g. Amulet, Pentium?) which stores the source and destination addresses of the last few branch instuctions executed. When a branch instruction is fetched, its source is looked for in the JTB. If found, the next instuction fetch will be from the previous destination of that branch. If it […]
noun, Skiing. 1. a turn in which a skier plants one or both poles in the snow in advance of the forward ski, bends close to the ground, and pivots in the air around the pole or poles.
[juhmp] /dʒʌmp/ verb (used without object) 1. to spring clear of the ground or other support by a sudden muscular effort; leap: to jump into the air; to jump out a window. 2. to rise suddenly or quickly: He jumped from his seat when she entered. 3. to move or jerk suddenly, as from surprise […]
[juhm-pee] /ˈdʒʌm pi/ adjective, jumpier, jumpiest. 1. subject to sudden, involuntary starts, especially from nervousness, fear, excitement, etc. 2. characterized by sudden starts, jerks, or : a jumpy narrative. /ˈdʒʌmpɪ/ adjective jumpier, jumpiest 1. nervous or apprehensive 2. moving jerkily or fitfully adj. “nervous,” 1869, from jump (n.) + -y (2). Related: Jumpiness. adjective Nervous; […]