Get-a-jump-on sentence example

get-a-jump-on
  • It wasn't unbridled ambition that put him at the head of the pack—he knew if he didn't get a jump on the crowd he wouldn't see the town of Alamosa before sunset.
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  • They are open all year round, so you can get a jump on that Christmas ordering in March if you want.
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  • This allows you to get a jump on all those thank you notes you'll need to write, personalizing each to mention the gift and how you'll use it.
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  • Nordstrom: Get a jump on the season with some of the hottest styles from the Tadashi collection.
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  • If your child is interested in competitive swimming, then attending a week-long swim camp just might help him to get a jump on the competition.
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  • I think there are more Christmas rubber stamps than any other kind, and you can usually find them in your local crafts store or stamp shop year round, so you can get a jump on your Christmas card crafts.
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