Jump [noun]

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For a lot of those posting fitness content, this means showing off how much they can bench press, how far they can jump, or how spectacular their backflip is.

Days later, France recorded a jump of 10,000 new cases in one day.

Sticking with iOS, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold to see apps you’ve used recently—browse through them or tap on one to jump right to it.

TikTok’s proprietary algorithm has been called its “secret sauce” and is one reason why companies have jumped at the chance to buy the app’s US operations.

The Sparks have more players who can beat you than any other team, and their role players — like pogo-stick-with-a-jump-shot Brittney Sykes and ageless Seimone Augustus — know precisely what play is necessary in a key moment.

Last year, the company’s revenue jumped 174% to $265 million.

By 2050, researchers at the University of Chicago and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies found, Dust Bowl-era yields will be the norm, even as demand for scarce water jumps by as much as 20%.

With total viewing time on Connected TV devices jumping 81% year-over-year, millions of shoppers will be spending more time streaming television than ever before.

It’s also a good idea to add the relevant password manager extension to your favorite web browser, as this is where you’re likely to do most of your logging in—the add-on will jump into action whenever you access a new account.

Strap on these smart goggles, jump in the deep end, and see your stats right before your eyes.