Idiom: jump in / jump right in
— Feel free to jump in and help us with the yard work.
— Without thinking, that man just jumped right in and helped rescue two children from the fire.
— Don't hesitate to jump in if you have a question or comment.
— All of these files need to be put in boxes, so could some of you please jump in and get started please?
— My new assistant is excellent because he just jumps right in and takes action rather than waiting for me to tell him what to do.
— Our speaker arrived 15 minutes late so I was grateful when my colleague jumped in and facilitated the meeting until she arrived.
— When somebody tried to grab my purse a stranger jumped in to protect me.
— Don’t try to jump right in when your mother and I are talking.
— Did you notice how my colleague jumps in whenever I'm talking to disagree with me?
— I'm sorry to jump right in but you've got a call on line two.
— I was grateful my supervisor jumped in to defend me when the customer was yelling at me.
getting quickly involved:
interrupting a conversation:
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