jump in
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to interrupt) 
Phil and I were discussing how to proceed with the project, and Frank wouldn't stop jumping in.Phil y yo estábamos analizando cómo seguir adelante con el proyecto, y Frank no dejaba de interrumpirnos.
2. (to become involved) 
We were in a complicate situation, but luckily Jane jumped in to help us.Estábamos en una situación difícil, pero por fortuna Jane intervino para ayudarnos.
jump in
1 (into car) subirse corriendo; (into water) tirarse
jump in! ¡sube!, ¡vamos!
she jumped in and started swimming
2 (in situation, conversation) intervenir
the government had to jump in and buy millions of dollars worth of supplies el gobierno tuvo que intervenir y comprar suministros por valor de millones de dólares
then Gore jumped in, pointing out that the Bush administration's foreign policy wasn't so successful either
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