ETYM Cf. French jupe a long petticoat, a skirt. Related to Juppon.
1. The act of jumping; propelling oneself off the ground; SYN. jumping.
2. Descent with a parachute; SYN. parachuting.
3. A sudden and decisive increase; SYN. leap.
4. In films: a transition from one scene to another.
Nagli odraz od tla, odraz u visinu ili daljinu.
In computing, a programming instruction that causes the computer to branch to a different part of a program, rather than execute the next instruction in the program sequence. Unconditional jumps are always executed; conditional jumps are only executed if a particular condition is satisfied.
Programska instrukcija koja prebacuje izvršavanje na neku drugu lokaciju - pesnički rečeno "preskočiti" deo programskog koda.
1. To leap; to lift both feet from the ground in a bounding motion.
2. To cause to jump or leap, as of a trained animal; SYN. leap.
3. To enter eagerly into.
4. To increase suddenly and significantly.
5. To make a sudden physical attack on.
6. To move forward by leaps and bounds; SYN. leap, bound, spring.
7. To bypass; SYN. pass over, skip, skip over.