yump

yump

(jʌmp) motor racing
n
an example or instance of leaving the ground when driving at a high speed over a ridge
vb (intr)
to leave the ground when driving at high speed over a ridge
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On the occasion of the ceremony presenting the successful candidates who will take part in the first Young Urban Movement Project (YUMP) Academy to be held in France, the Altran group is pleased to announce that it is backing this initiative and has become a partner in YUMP.
Altran, like YUMP, selects and develops the skills of those who are the most talented and driven by a real entrepreneurial spirit to ensure that our clients ideas and projects become an industrial reality.
10, 1993) the New Shorter Oxford (which is now the old New Shorter Oxford, a new edition having come out last year), David Nokes remarks, "A surprisingly high number of slang terms begin with a y, suggesting a fondness for childlike (or tabloid) phonetics: along with yuppie, there is yippie; we have yomp and yump, yuck and yucky, yack, yowza, and yipes.
Over a yump I had the car in the air for longer and further than Eklund.
The result is that you get quite a lot of yump for your money, with a healthy 122PS output and 200Nm which is achieved smoothly through the equally silky seven-speed S-tronic transmission.
4 TFSI Sport test car is that you get quite a lot of yump for your money, with a healthy 122PS output and 200Nm which is achieved smoothly through the equally silky seven-speed S-tronic transmission.
For some time manufacturers have been turning out refined diesel units, providing decent yump and spirit, and installing them into neatly-designed bodies.
It has an untroubled ride over small, high-frequency ripples while they avoid being totally overwhelmed by the body's mass when the car tackles larger yumps and crests.
The FSi test car yumps to a lively 128mph, where permissible, and acceleration is surprisingly lively: 0-62mph takes just 9.
Their Talbot Samba ran faultlessly and was well-suited to the stages which were very twisty, with two yumps.