[juhmpt-uhp] /ˈdʒʌmptˈʌp/

adjective, Chiefly British.
having recently gained prominence or fame and appearing arrogant.
(informal) suddenly risen in significance, esp when appearing arrogant


Elevated above one’s proper status; jacked up •Chiefly British: The elite regard me as a jumped-up interloper (1835+)


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