jump in (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb jump in (1)
Meaning: If people are talking and you jump in, you interrupt someone who's talking, or you say something without being asked to speak.Synonym: butt in, interrupt
- jump in If you have something to say, just jump in. You don't have to wait for someone to ask you what you think.
- jump in If you ask me a question, wait for me to finish answering it before jumping in with your next question.
If you want to say something, just jump in. Don't
This entry is in the following categories:
Contributor: Matt Errey