Idioms

jump down (someone's) throat
to criticize or become angry with someone
When I reached the office my boss jumped down my throat for being late.

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  • jump on (someone)
  • jump on the bandwagon
  • jump out of one's skin
  • jump the gun
  • jump the track
  • jump through a hoop
  • jump to conclusions
  • jumping-off place/point
  • just about
  • just in case (something happens)
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  • Hobson's choice
  • in short order
  • out from under (someone or something)
  • come out ahead
  • turn out (something) or turn (something) out
  • hand in (something) or hand (something) in
  • pop the question
  • in one's mind's eye
  • catch (someone) off balance
  • to some extent


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