jump out
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to be noticeable; used with "at") 
The actor's fake bruises really jump out at you.Los moretones falsos del actor realmente saltan a la vista.
2. (to suddenly come forward) 
Maya jumped out of bed, full of energy. She was ready to start the day.Maya salió de un salto de la cama, llena de energía. Estaba lista para empezar el día.
Tony jumped out of the bus and ran to his destination. He was already late.Tony bajó de un salto del autobús y corrió hasta su destino. Ya llegaba tarde.
jump out
(appear suddenly) salir de un salto; (from vehicle) bajar de un salto
he jumped out from behind a tree salió de un salto de detrás de un árbol; it jumps out at you salta a la vista
every so often one letter will jump out at you as being a bit different
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