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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The drivers enjoyed the challenges of the new course and the added 'yump' that made quite a spectacle for those who surrounded the mile-long fence that enclosed the circuit to watch all the action.
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 event, which is fully subscribed with an entry of 70 cars, comprises 10 stages, four of which will include the newly installed and very popular 'yump.'.
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.
The course begins with a 90 degree left turn into a fast straight with a midpoint 'yump', then left again along a shorter straight before a sharp left and right complex.
The result with the 1.4 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.
"Part of my therapy the day following the shock-wave treatment was to go to the 13th floor at the clinic in Grosshadern and 'yump,' as the Germans call it--jump down 20 stairs per floor of the 13 floors in order to benefit by gravity in helping the sand that was in my ureter pass.
For some time manufacturers have been turning out refined diesel units, providing decent yump and spirit, and installing them into neatly-designed bodies.
"Mae'r daith yn bennaf ar ffyrdd graean llydan a rhaid i yrwyr wynebu llawer o gorneli siarp a neidiau enfawr y maen nhw yn eu galw yn 'yumps' yn Y Ffindir," esbonia Emyr.
The layers' logic is that local knowledge is advantageous on the fast forest roads, which are littered with 'yumps' that make up the event, and only a handful of non-Finns have ever won the '1000 lakes rally'.