jump in

phrasal verb

jumped in; jumping in; jumps in
: to say something about a subject that another person is already talking about : to join a conversation
Jump in if you have any questions.

Examples of jump in in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Although exports jumped in recent months, rising tariffs on imports of Chinese electric vehicles to the United States and Europe will add to obstacles facing Chinese manufacturers that are being encouraged to ramp up investment and production at a time of weak demand in the home market. Kathryn Preston, Fortune Asia, 15 July 2024 But one protestor also found her way inside the screening and jumped in front of the audience while director Lee Isaac Chung was introducing the film’s cast, including Daisy Edgar-Jones, Glen Powell, and Anthony Ramos, who were all in attendance. Brian Welk, IndieWire, 12 July 2024 If Canales can open up Young’s passing arsenal and give him the ingredients for a significant jump in Year 2, Carolina could surprise critics this season. Mike Kaye, Charlotte Observer, 11 July 2024 Samsung expects its second quarter operation to rise more than 1,450% year-over-year thanks to an AI boom and reported a 10-fold jump in profits for the first three months of 2024. Ben Kesslen, Quartz, 10 July 2024 See all Example Sentences for jump in 

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“Jump in.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jump%20in. Accessed 24 Jul. 2024.

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