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Long jump   /lɔŋ dʒəmp/   Listen
Long jump

noun
1.
A competition that involves jumping as far as possible from a running start.  Synonym: broad jump.
2.
The act of jumping as far as possible from a running start.  Synonym: broad jump.






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"Long jump" Quotes from Famous Books



... for a time, as it generally does. Burgess, who relied on a run that was a series of tiger-like leaps culminating in a spring that suggested that he meant to lower the long jump record, found himself badly handicapped by the state of the ground. In spite of frequent libations of sawdust, he was compelled to tread cautiously, and this robbed his bowling of much of its pace. The score mounted rapidly. Twenty came in ten minutes. ...
— Mike • P. G. Wodehouse



Words linked to "Long jump" :   field event, run-up, broad jump, jumping



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