jump in (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb jump in (2).
Meaning: If you jump in, you get involved in a situation as soon as you notice it.Synonym: dive in
- jump in Kevin saw the other team's players punching his team-mate, so he jumped in and tried to stop them.
- jump in If the government had jumped in and stopped banks from giving out those sub-prime loans, the economic crisis could have been averted.
When Justin saw his friends in a fight, he jumped in and
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Contributor: Matt Errey