jump in

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w>jump in

vihineinspringen; (fig)eingreifen; jump in! (to car) → steig ein!; (at swimming pool etc) → spring rein!
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Jump In Trampoline Parks said it had "reluctantly decided to step back" from its plan to create a new trampoline park in a vacant warehouse at the Earlplace Business Park just off the A45.
Jump In's decision is connected to the opening of the Red Kangaroo trampoline park in Exhall, though plans for that facility were on the table before Jump In announced its Coventry plans.
Vernon West, chairman of Jump In, said: "The trampoline park sector in the Midlands has reached saturation, and there are parks closing in from both the East and West Midlands.
Birthday jump-ins are a good way to involve lots of players: Everyone chants the months ('January, February, March', and so on) and players jump in when their birthday month is called.
Rutherford Electric Membership Corp., a Hickory, N.C., electric cooperative, has seen a significant jump in the amount of theft taking place at its substations.
This week operator Jump In announced plans to create one at the Earlplace Business Park in Tile Hill.
Although it won't be open until next year Jump In has promised it will be worth the wait.
Jump In currently has a trampoline park in Warwick and said it had been looking for a suitable site in Coventry for some time.
"Leaving the engine running while being out of the car is not only an offence but also gives quick-witted crooks the opportunity to jump in the vehicle and drive off."
Operator Jump In has revealed plans to open a facility at the Earlplace Business Park, just off the A45, in Tile Hill.
Jump In says the new trampoline park will open in 2018 if planning permission is granted, creating 60 jobs.