queue-jump

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queue-jump

vb (intr)
1. to take a place in a queue ahead of those already queuing; push in
2. to obtain prior consideration or some other advantage out of turn or unfairly
Also: jump the queue
queue-jumper n

queue-jump


Past participle: queue-jumped
Gerund: queue-jumping

Imperative
queue-jump
queue-jump
Present
I queue-jump
you queue-jump
he/she/it queue-jumps
we queue-jump
you queue-jump
they queue-jump
Preterite
I queue-jumped
you queue-jumped
he/she/it queue-jumped
we queue-jumped
you queue-jumped
they queue-jumped
Present Continuous
I am queue-jumping
you are queue-jumping
he/she/it is queue-jumping
we are queue-jumping
you are queue-jumping
they are queue-jumping
Present Perfect
I have queue-jumped
you have queue-jumped
he/she/it has queue-jumped
we have queue-jumped
you have queue-jumped
they have queue-jumped
Past Continuous
I was queue-jumping
you were queue-jumping
he/she/it was queue-jumping
we were queue-jumping
you were queue-jumping
they were queue-jumping
Past Perfect
I had queue-jumped
you had queue-jumped
he/she/it had queue-jumped
we had queue-jumped
you had queue-jumped
they had queue-jumped
Future
I will queue-jump
you will queue-jump
he/she/it will queue-jump
we will queue-jump
you will queue-jump
they will queue-jump
Future Perfect
I will have queue-jumped
you will have queue-jumped
he/she/it will have queue-jumped
we will have queue-jumped
you will have queue-jumped
they will have queue-jumped
Future Continuous
I will be queue-jumping
you will be queue-jumping
he/she/it will be queue-jumping
we will be queue-jumping
you will be queue-jumping
they will be queue-jumping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been queue-jumping
you have been queue-jumping
he/she/it has been queue-jumping
we have been queue-jumping
you have been queue-jumping
they have been queue-jumping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been queue-jumping
you will have been queue-jumping
he/she/it will have been queue-jumping
we will have been queue-jumping
you will have been queue-jumping
they will have been queue-jumping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been queue-jumping
you had been queue-jumping
he/she/it had been queue-jumping
we had been queue-jumping
you had been queue-jumping
they had been queue-jumping
Conditional
I would queue-jump
you would queue-jump
he/she/it would queue-jump
we would queue-jump
you would queue-jump
they would queue-jump
Past Conditional
I would have queue-jumped
you would have queue-jumped
he/she/it would have queue-jumped
we would have queue-jumped
you would have queue-jumped
they would have queue-jumped
Translations

queue-jump

[ˈkjuːˌdʒʌmp] VI (Brit) → colarse
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However, Mr Justice Cross said while they were entitled to eject Mr McCarthy, the first security guard should have noticed the three queue-jumpers following him and explained the situation to the second guard.
Karen Graham added: "It's the drivers who don't get in the right lane, the queue-jumpers and the 'my indicator gives me right of way' drivers who choke up this junction.
But the borders are a headache for Spanish police, whose duties range from chasing queue-jumpers with their batons to catching drug traffickers and suspected terrorists.
The delay is too much to take for some motorists - who ironically go off-road only to cut back in at the top of the line, just like the queue-jumpers triggering the jam in the first place.
We promised ourselves we would try the uni omelette or the Japanese pizza at some point, but with plenty of fresh fish and a wizened sushi chef to dish it up, with easy parking, and not having to claw through queue-jumpers for a table, I have a feeling this will become a regular spot for us.
The Brits have always referred to the Cyprus installations as "Internment camps"--and the Illustrated London News, impressed by the sea frontage at the Caraolos compound, even referred to them as "Seaside Holiday Camps for Jewish Queue-Jumpers.
They stop queue-jumpers and issue tickets so people know they can queue in line for a taxi.
Then, just before midnight, a large number of queue-jumpers arrived, creating a panic that longed-for bargains would be snatched away.
Prices of sought-after vehicles such as the Mini Cooper are soaring as queue-jumpers pay extra to avoid long waiting lists for factory orders.
As a nation, Wales refuses to tolerate queue-jumpers, with more than half saying they would shout at someone who broke the sanctity of a traditional British line-up.
For the moment, treating refugees as `illegal' queue-jumpers works well to re-legitimise the idea of stable control.
I am going to patent a new idea for buses - a machine-gun mounted on the front to mow down queue-jumpers.