to jump on
- Jump on the creature to kill it.
- He had the jump on me.
- I'll try to jump over this stream on a horse.
- It was proven that fleas living on dogs jump higher than fleas living on cats.
- The young men of Japan are apt to jump on the bandwagon.
- He has given up running in order to focus on the long jump.
- Tom and Mary were on the verge of diving, off the left edge of the sentence, in the infinite corpus, when they spotted underneath a shoal of hungry contributors, teeth out, ready to jump on them and shred their mistakes down to the last one.
- Non-human primates Young non-human primates shall not be separated from their mothers until they are, depending on the species, 6 to 12 months old. The environment shall enable non-human primates to carry out a complex daily programme of activity. The enclosure shall allow non-human primates to adopt as wide a behavioural repertoire as possible, provide it with a sense of security, and a suitably complex environment to allow the animal to run, walk, climb and jump.