to jump for joy

  • 1 Jump for Joy — may refer to: * Jump for Joy (Cannonball Adderley album) * Jump for Joy (Peggy Lee album) * Jump for Joy (My Name Is Earl) * Jump For Joy (2 Unlimited song) …

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  • 2 Jump for Joy (album) — Jump for Joy Album par Julian Cannonball Adderley Sortie 1958 Enregistrement 20 et 21 août 1958 Genre Jazz Label EmArcy Jump for Joy …

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  • 3 Jump for Joy (Peggy Lee album) — Infobox Album | Name = Jump for Joy Type = Album Artist = Peggy Lee Released = 1959 Recorded = March 1959 Genre = Jazz Length = 38:27 Label = Capitol Records Producer = Milt Gabler Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|4.5|5 [ link] | Last album = Sea… …

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  • 4 Jump For Joy (2 Unlimited song) — Single infobox Name = Jump For Joy Artist = 2 Unlimited from Album = Hits Unlimited Released = 1995 Format = CD single CD maxi 7 single 12 maxi Recorded = 1995 Genre = Eurodance Length = Label = PWL Producer = Chart position = Reviews = Last… …

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  • 5 jump for joy — verb feel extreme happiness or elation • Syn: ↑exult, ↑walk on air, ↑be on cloud nine • Derivationally related forms: ↑walking on air (for: ↑walk on air), ↑exultant …

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  • 6 jump for joy —    When people jump for joy, they express their happiness through excited movements and gestures.     The player jumped for joy when he scored the winning goal …

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  • 7 jump for joy — jump up and down because you are happy    When their horse won the race, they jumped for joy …

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  • 8 jump for joy — 1) to be very pleased about something We weren t exactly jumping for joy at the news. 2) to jump into the air because you are very happy …

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  • 9 jump for joy — verb exalt, rejoice, feel elation. Syn: leap for joy …

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  • 10 jump for joy — to be very happy about something good that has happened. Tina jumped for joy when she found out she d be in the team …

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  • 11 jump for joy — jump up and down because one is so happy …

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  • 12 jump for joy — junk n …

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  • 13 joy — [ dʒɔı ] noun ** 1. ) uncount a feeling of great happiness: There were tears of joy in her eyes. do something with/for joy: Penny could have shouted with joy. joy at (doing) something: He could hardly contain his joy at seeing her again. to… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14 jump — I n. 1) to take a jump (on horseback) 2) to make a jump (with a parachute) 3) (sports) the broad (AE), long; high; ski; triple jump 4) (sports) a water jump 5) a delayed (parachute) jump 6) (basketball) the center jump 7) a quantum jump 8) a jump …

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  • 15 jump — jump1 W3S2 [dʒʌmp] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(upwards)¦ 2¦(downwards)¦ 3¦(move fast)¦ 4¦(in fear/surprise)¦ 5¦(increase)¦ 6¦(keep changing)¦ 7¦(miss a stage)¦ 8¦(machine)¦ 9¦(attack)¦ 10 jump to conclusions …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 jump — jump1 [ dʒʌmp ] verb *** ▸ 1 move off ground ▸ 2 move because of shock ▸ 3 increase very quickly ▸ 4 move between ideas etc. ▸ 5 do something when told to ▸ 6 attack ▸ 7 not work smoothly ▸ 8 start car ▸ 9 (try to) have sex with ▸ + PHRASES 1. )… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 jump — 1 /dZVmp/ verb 1 UPWARDS a) (I) to push yourself suddenly up in the air using your legs (+ over/across/onto etc): He jumped over the wall and ran off. | jump up and down: The kids love jumping up and down on their beds. | jump clear (=jump out of …

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  • 18 jump — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 movement ADJECTIVE ▪ little ▪ running, standing ▪ Cats can clear six feet with a standing jump. ▪ broad (AmE), high …

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  • 19 jump — [[t]ʤʌ̱mp[/t]] ♦♦ jumps, jumping, jumped 1) VERB If you jump, you bend your knees, push against the ground with your feet, and move quickly upwards into the air. [V prep/adv] I jumped over the fence... [V prep/adv] They came into the front hall,… …

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  • 20 jump — /dʒʌmp / (say jump) verb (i) 1. to spring clear of the ground or other support by a sudden muscular effort; propel oneself forwards, backwards, upwards, or downwards; leap. 2. to move or go quickly: she jumped into a taxi. 3. to rise suddenly or… …

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