Jump on and Tell

Jump on

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Jump on verb – To take sudden, violent action against.
Tell and jump on are semantically related. in argue topic. In some cases you can use "Tell" instead a verb "Jump on".
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Tell verb – To give an oral or written account of in some detail.
Jump on and tell are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Jump on" instead a verb "Tell".
Nearby Words: telling, teller
Synonyms for Tell

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  • Video Game / Shovel Knight Depth Perplexion: Used intentionally with Blackout Basement during the first level of Tower Of Fate: the blocks that you can't jump on initially look identical to the ones you can jump on due to the darkness, but you can still tell them apart due to the rain that only hits solid blocks.
  • And don't tell me the Sugarhill Gang's "Jump On It" (or at least Sir Mix-a-Lot's version) is not more well-known than "Apache," the original song it sampled.
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  • Video Game / Super Mario RPG Developers' Foresight: When you confront Mack, two Shysters try to jump on Mario's head and he deflects them, knocking them off the platform and so only the remaining four aid Mack in the fight, those two survive to flee and tell Smithy what happened.
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