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  *跳* | 跳* | *跳
to jump / to hop / to skip over / to bounce / to palpitate
to dance
to jump / to leap / to bound / to skip
HSK 6
heartbeat / pulse
to throb / to pulse / to bounce / to jiggle / to jump about
flea
flea market
to dive (into water) / (sports) diving / to commit suicide by jumping into water / (fig.) (of stock prices etc) to fall dramatically
to jump from a building (to kill oneself) / fig. to sell at a large discount (in advertising)
ByteDance, Beijing-based Internet technology company, founded in 2012
to change jobs / job-hopping
to jump rope / jump rope
to parachute / to bail out / parachute jumping
to bounce / to jump / to leap
startled / to frighten / scared out of one's skin
high jump (athletics)
long jump (athletics)
springboard / jumping-off point / gangplank
(of a circuit breaker or switch) to trip
bouncing and vivacious
to plunge into / to jump into
to stomp or hop about (in anxiety, anger etc) / to dance on one's feet / hopping mad (anxious, etc)
lit. Buddha jumps over the wall, name for a Chinese dish that uses many non-vegetarian ingredients
Chinese checkers
to leap and frisk about (idiom); lively / healthy and active
diving platform / diving tower / landing platform
to hop / to jump
standing long jump
to hop / to jump on one leg
vault (gymnastics)
frequency-hopping spread spectrum
Pop Rocks / popping candy
lit. chickens flying and dogs jumping (idiom) / fig. in chaos / in disarray
triple jump (athletics) / hop, skip and jump
love egg (sex toy)
hopscotch / to play hopscotch
lit. heart alarmed, body leaping (idiom); fear and trepidation in the face of disaster
checkers (Western board game)
extremely low price / knockdown price
to drown oneself by jumping into the river
triple jump (athletics) / hop, skip and jump
to jump a year (at college)
to make a significant advance in one's career (idiom) / to get one's big break
to shy (away) / to give a start
pole-vaulting
stamp with fury / fly into a rage
to jump about / (of the heart) to beat wildly
to play rubber band jump rope
(of a car) to slip out of gear / to pop out of gear
twitching of eye
Tiger Leaping Gorge on the Jinsha River 金沙江 in Lijiang Naxi autonomous county 麗江納西族自治縣|丽江纳西族自治县, Yunnan
to jump into a well (to drown oneself, esp. of ladies in fiction)
a cornered dog will jump over the wall (idiom) / to be driven to desperate action
ricochet
to jump out / fig. to appear suddenly
ski jumping
to hop on one leg
glowing with health and vivacity (idiom)
(of a circuit breaker or switch) to trip
pole-vaulting
to do ensemble dancing / to dance in a group
pole-vaulting / also written 撐桿跳|撑杆跳
student who jumps a year
bradycardia
variant of 心怦怦跳
lit. even jumping into the Yellow River can't get you clean / fig. to become inexorably mixed up / mired in controversy / in deep trouble
pole vault / also written 撐桿跳高|撑杆跳高
The heart thumps wildly. (idiom)
BASE Jumping
bungee jumping (Tw)
bounced (bank) check
springboard
saccade
to bound forward / to bound along
jumping spider (family Salticidae)
burpee (loanword)
lit. to jump out of a fire pit (idiom); to escape from a living hell / to free oneself from a life of torture
skydiving
to jump on one foot / to hop
formation skydiving
price jump
great jerboa (Allactaga major)
out of the frying pan into the fire (idiom)


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