Идиомы на букву J
jump all over (someone)
бранить, порицать кого-либо, "наехать на кого-либо"As soon as I mentioned his debts, Frank jumped all over me. He told me it was none of my business.
jump at (something)
ухватиться за что-либоLeo jumped at the chance to go to America and study at Harvard University. Who wouldn't?
не явиться в суд после освобождения под залогThe police were afraid that the man might jump bail and leave the country.
jump down (someone's) throat
разозлиться, выйти из себяMy father jumped down my throat over the missing money.
jump on (someone)
неожиданно наброситься на кого-либо \ критиковать кого-либоThe students jumped on the secretary because she hadn't told them about the new schedule.
jump out of one's skin
вздрогнуть, подскочить (от испуга, неожиданности)When Nancy heard moans and groans coming from the basement, she jumped out of her skin.
jump the gun
сделать что-либо преждевременноLora jumped the gun and started telling her friends about her forthcoming wedding.
jump the track
сойти с рельсThe train suddenly jumped the track and some of the passengers were injured.
jump through a hoop
выполнять любое приказаниеKarina is always ready to jump through a hoop for her husband; she is too obedient to my mind.
jump to conclusions
делать поспешные выводы"I don't want you to jump to conclusions because you don't know all the facts."