Jump The Gun :
Jump The Gun :
If you jump the gun, you start doing something before the appropriate time.
Jump The Shark :
Said of a salient point in a television show or other activity at which the popularity thereof begins to wane. The Flintstones jumped the shark when a man from outer space came to visit them. The expression derives from an episode of the television sitcom HAPPY DAYS in which Flora clad in leather jacket and on water skis jumps over a shark. That episode was widely seen as the beginning of the end for the formerly popular series.
Jump Through Hoops :
If you are prepared to jump through hoops for someone, you are prepared to make great efforts and sacrifices for them.
Jump to A Conclusion :
If someone jumps to a conclusion, they evaluate or judge something without a sufficient examination of the facts.
Jumping Judas! :
An expression of surprise or shock
Jungle Out There :
If someone says that it is a jungle out there, they mean that the situation is dangerous and there are no rules.
Jury is Out :
If the jury is out in an issue, then there is not general agreement or consensus on it.
Just Around The Corner :
If something is just around the corner, then it is expected to happen very soon.
Just As The Twig is Bent, The Tree is Inclined :
Things, especially education, that affect and influence us in our childhood shape the kind of adult we turn out to be.
Just Coming Up To :
If the time is just coming up to nine o’clock, it means that it will be nine o’clock in a very few seconds. You’ll hear them say it on the radio in the morning.
Just Deserts :
If a bad or evil person gets their just deserts, they get the punishment or suffer the misfortune that it is felt they deserve.
Just For The Beck of It :
When someone does something just for the beck of it, they do it without a good reason.
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