English version

high jump

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh jumpˈhigh jump noun  1 the high jump2 be (in) for the high jumphigh jumper noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
high jumpIt had never hurt before in anything but high jump but this time it hurt long jumping.He'd be for the high jump, as usual.The Graduate Enterprise Programme can change that by helping you jump each hurdle, rather than letting you in for the high jump.And it's all about: Who is for the high jump in Rome?Headingley 1976 and Gordon Greenidge at second slip practises for the high jump.I started sweating when they called out the bloke ahead of me in the high jump.
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