Meaning of jump-off in English:


Pronunciation /ˈdʒʌmpˌɒf/

Translate jump-off into Spanish


  • A deciding round in a showjumping competition.

    ‘Out of the starting field, only six horse-and-rider combinations went clear in the first round to qualify for the jump-off.’
    • ‘One penalty point separated gold medalists Germany from Switzerland in the equestrian team showjumping, while Brazil beat France in a jump-off for the bronze.’
    • ‘In the jump-off, riders compete against the clock, as well as the course.’
    • ‘From a starting line-up of 44, nine made it through to the jump-off.’
    • ‘Six riders made it through to the timed jump-off to chase three tickets on offer to the Hickstead-staged final.’