take a running jump


take a running jump
take a running jump (slang)
An expression of impatience, contempt, etc
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Main Entry:run

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take a running jump
Brit informal + impolite
— used to tell someone who angers or annoys you to go away

She told him to (go) take a running jump. [=(US) take a flying leap]

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Main Entry:jump

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • running jump — UK / US noun [singular] a jump that you make after running a short distance • take a running jump …   English dictionary