Definitions for jump ship
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To part from a ship
To depart a project without warning.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I think people can be pretty brutal, when you're in the spot she's in, there are people that are just going to jump ship, and I don't ever wish for that. I have a lot of respect for her.
Sometimes, you want to jump ship for better pay at another factory shortly after starting your current job, yet at other times when you want to stay on and settle down, you get fired or the factory gets taken over.
Kopacz is saving what she still can from the government, and from Civic Platform as a party ahead of the elections, civic Platform at the moment is at a crossroads: either the chaos will be contained, or, in a short while, politicians will gradually begin to jump ship.
It's not normal that a big company boss is the first to jump ship. Mr Combes led a merger of Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia that we supported, so it is neither comprehensible nor acceptable that Mr Combes has decided today to leave the company when the transaction hasn't even been completed, both morally and in terms of the proper functioning of the company.
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