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    Question jump in

    Someone says "I need so and so to jump in, when the situation is getting complicated". Sounds like "jump in" is for the person to participating the solving of the problem. However, is it correct or natural? Just want to make sure. Thanks!

    Emily

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    Re: jump in

    It means, take control, and, yes, it's common.

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