A knitted garment typically with long sleeves, worn over the upper body
A person or animal that jumps
= baby bouncer.
A defendant who absconds while on bail.
Any of several South African songbirds of uncertain affinity, now usually treated as two species of the genus Chaetops (family Chaetopidae), the males of which have boldly marked heads and rufous underparts; specifically C. frenatus (which incorporates the former C. aurantius).
Each of a pair of thick electric cables used for recharging the battery in a motor vehicle by connecting it to the battery in another; a jump lead
An MP who leaves his or her political party during a parliamentary term
A person who participates or competes in barrel jumping.
A person who jumps on to or from a (moving) train.
North American term for jump lead.
A small light aeroplane which is fast and manoeuvrable and used for short trips
A person who joins a ship's crew just as the ship is about to sail.
A person who travels on a train without paying a fare.
A shop assistant
A short wire used to shorten an electric circuit or close it temporarily