A short wire used to complete an electric circuit or bypass a break in a circuit
A rope made fast to keep a yard or mast from jumping
A heavy chisel-ended steel bar for drilling blast holes
a person who jumps; "as the jumper neared the ground he lost control"; "the jumper's parachute opened"
an athlete who competes at jumping; "he is one hell of a jumper"
sweater: a crocheted or knitted garment covering the upper part of the body
a coverall worn by children
a small connector used to make temporary electrical connections
a loose jacket or blouse worn by workmen
In BEAM robotics, a Jumper is a robot that has a mode of locomotion by propelling the robot off the ground and from place to place on the ground.
In electronics and particularly computing, a jumper is a short length of conductor used to close a break in or bypass part of an electrical circuit. Jumpers are typically used to set up or adjust printed circuit boards, such as the motherboards of computers.
A jumper (in American English), pinafore dress or pinafore (British English) is a sleeveless, collarless dress intended to be worn over a blouse, shirt or sweater.
Jumper is a 2008 American science fiction film, loosely based on the 1992 science fiction novel of the same name by Steven Gould. The film is directed by Doug Liman and stars Hayden Christensen, Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Bell, Rachel Bilson, Max Thieriot, Annasophia Robb, and Diane Lane. ...
Jumper is a 1992 science fiction novel by Steven Gould. The novel was published in mass market paperback in October 1993 and re-released in February 2008 to coincide with the release of the film adaptation. ...
"Jumper" is a song by the American rock band Third Eye Blind, released on their 1997 self titled album, and written by vocalist Stephan Jenkins. Released as a single, the song peaked at #5.
Someone or something that jumps; eg. a participant in a jumping event in track or skiing; A woolen sweater or pullover; A loose outer jacket, especially one worn by workers and sailors; A one-piece, sleeveless dress, or a skirt with straps and a complete or partial bodice, usually worn over a ...
(jumpers) Water pipe installed in a water meter pit (before the water meter is installed), or electric wire that is installed in the electric house panel meter socket before the meter is installed. This is sometimes illegal.
(JUMPERS) Persons who rob houses by getting in at the windows.
(Jumpers) A group of small metal pins with plastic blocks covering some of the pins. Changing the position of the blocks (which contain tiny electrical connectors), changes the settings of a hardware device.
(Jumpers) A jumper is a short duration (usually 30-days or less) unmetered connection for construction water only. It is available only for subdivision (tract) development in lieu of setting the service meter while street improvements are being completed. ...
(Jumpers) It is a series of pins protruding from a circuit board onto which a contact block is placed. Jumpers are used to select various circuit options.
(Jumpers) Wire links that allow for changes to be made in input and output hardware configurations.
(Jumpers) or Jumping: This numbered course consists primarily of various types of jumps and, depending on the organization, also weave poles and tunnels. The dog must negotiate the obstacles in the correct order within the standard course time (SCT). ...
(jumpers) A set of tiny switches used to select one of various options such as a particular hardware configuration.
(jumpers) On a motherboard, jumpers are a set of pins that, by adding and subtracting little plastic connectors over them, allow the user to turn on or off certain operations.
A device used on printed circuit cards to provide for basic operating settings for the card. They are generally a small metal connector, covered with plastic and designed to slide over two pins on the printed circuit card. DIP switches are used for the same purpose.