Idioms

jolt to a stop
to stop moving suddenly which causes a jolt
The train jolted to a stop when the engineer put the brakes on.
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  • judge (someone or something) on its own merits
  • judging by (something)
  • jump all over (someone)
  • jump at (something)
  • jump bail
  • jump down (someone`s) throat
  • jump on (someone)
  • jump on the bandwagon
  • jump out of one`s skin
  • jump the gun
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  • throw some light on (something)
  • take a dim view of (something)
  • make (someone's) hair stand on end
  • wear out
  • meet (someone) half-way
  • drop by
  • round up (someone or something) or round (someone or something) up
  • fix up (something) or fix (something) up
  • blood, sweat and tears
  • go off half-cocked

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