jump highintransitive verb phrase
1. (to leap high)phrase
2. (imperative; used to address one person)
a. salta alto (informal) (singular)
Jump high! - I'm jumping as high as I can, dear, but I can't reach it.¡Salta alto! - Estoy saltando tan alto como puedo, amor, pero no lo alcanzo.
b. brinca alto (informal) (singular)
Jump high and see if you can touch the rim of the basketbal hoop.Brinca alto a ver si puedes tocar el borde del aro de baloncesto.
c. salte alto (formal) (singular)
Jump high. How does that feel? - It feels good. My knee doesn't hurt at all.Salte alto. ¿Cómo se siente? - Me siento bien. La rodilla no me duele para nada.
d. brinque alto (formal) (singular)
Jump high and try to grab the rope, and we'll pull you out.Brinque alto y trate de agarrar la cuerda, y lo sacaremos de ahí.
3. (imperative; used address more than one person)
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