Definition of water jump in English:

water jump

Syllabification: wa·ter jump

noun

An obstacle in a jumping competition or steeplechase, where a horse must jump over or into water.
More example sentences
  • Both noted that the line of fences 6, 7 and 8, which was a vertical of red planks to the twenty-foot water jump to a Liverpool oxer of white poles, was most tricky.
  • Though they seem to have mastered the water jump this time around, rails still fell often, although the faults were generals spread out over the course.
  • Though problems were few and far between, the coffin complex at fence 16 claimed it share of victims, as did the first water jump.

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