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    hi,
    I would like to know whether "jump off" is an idiom?
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    That will depend on the context in which it is used. Do you have an example?

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    [quote=Unregistered;223406]hi,
    I would like to know whether "jump off" is an idiom?
    regards[/quote

    'Go jump off a bridge!' is an idiom. If you say this idiom to someone, you are telling that person to get away from you. You don't really want them to jump off a bridge...you just want them to get out of your sight!

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