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There are 2 meanings of the phrase Jump Off.

Jump Off - as a verb

Set off quickly, usually with success

Example: "The freshman jumped off to a good start in his math class"

Jump down from an elevated point

Example: "The parachutist didn't want to jump"

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"He was so scared of the spider that he decided to jump off the chair."
"The daredevil decided to jump off the bridge into the river below."
"The athlete had to jump off the starting block as soon as the gun fired."
"She couldn't handle the pressure and decided to jump off the project."
"They had to jump off the moving train to escape the danger."
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