[ brawd-juhmp ]
/ ˈbrɔdˌdʒʌmp /
verb (used without object) Track.
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Definition for broad-jump (2 of 2)
Origin of broad jump
First recorded in 1870–1875
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British Dictionary definitions for broad-jump
US and Canadian an excercise and athletic contest in which competitors try to jump the farthest distance possible from a standing start from a fixed board or mark
Australian, US and Canadian a former name for the long jump
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