This page is about the phrasal verb jump at
Meaning: If you jump at something like an offer or an opportunity, you take it with enthusiasm.Synonym: leap at
- jump at sth Helen jumped at the chance to get some experience in marketing.
- jump at sth When I was offered the position of club president, I jumped at it.
Nouns often used as objects with jump at: chance, opportunity, offer, idea, suggestion
Franco jumped at the chance to work overseas because he
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Contributor: Matt Errey