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To board a vehicle.
(idiomatic) To attack verbally, to criticise excessively.
(idiomatic) To take immediate action regarding; to avail oneself of without delay.
Don't just jump on a plane to interview.
I suppose if she has a chance to get lucky, she should jump on him, so to speak.
One thing was certain, Fred O'Connor would jump on this new angle like Ellery Queen!
It wasn't unbridled ambition that put him at the head of the packâ€”he knew if he didn't get a jump on the crowd he wouldn't see the town of Alamosa before sunset.
And just so my motives are perfectly clear to you - I don't want my competition getting the jump on me by hiring one of my best employees.
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