jump-start (verb) · jump-starts (third person present) · jump-started (past tense) · jump-started (past participle) · jump-starting (present participle) · jumpstart (verb) · jumpstarts (third person present) · jumpstarted (past tense) · jumpstarted (past participle) · jumpstarting (present participle)
jump-start (noun) · jump-starts (plural noun) · jumpstart (noun) · jumpstarts (plural noun)
jumpstart, jump-start(verb) starting an automobile engine that has a weak battery by means of jumper cables to another car. "my battery was dead so I had to get a jumpstart from my neighbor".
To jump-start a vehicle which has a flat battery means to make the engine start by getting power from the battery of another vehicle, using special cables called jump leads. He was huddled with John trying to jump-start his car.
FEBRUARY 9, 2021 WASHINGTON POST Diosady estimates that it took $35 million, invested over 20 years, to develop the microencapsulation technology, test it in the field, and provide technical assistance to JVS to jump-start production.
The act of applying a taser to the glutes (or any other significant muscle group) to stimulate the tightening of vaginal (or anal) muscles for the betterment of orgasm. "Last night I jump started my girl and I swear I came so hard we BOTH blacked out ".