Idioms: jump at the chance -- jump through hoops

jump at the chancebe ready to try if you have the opportunityIf I was asked to play with their band, I'd jump at the chance.
jump for joyjump up and down because you are happyWhen their horse won the race, they jumped for joy.
jump in the lake(See go jump in the lake)
jump in with both feetbecome totally involved, go whole hogKen gets involved in his work. He jumps in with both feet.
jump out of your skinjump with fright, become very scared, scared stiffKeith, if you had seen that ghost, you would have jumped right out of your skin!
jump queuego to the front of a line of people waiting for service, horn inIf somebody jumps queue in front of Dad, he tells them to go to the back of the line.
jump shipgo to work for the other team - the competitionThe company asked me to sign a form saying I wouldn't jump ship.
jump startuse cables to start a car, kick startOne cold morning my dad helped me to jump start my car.
jump the gunact too soon, leave early
(Не) действуй слишком поспешно (не обдуманно).
A good chef waits until the food is cooked. Don't jump the gun.
jump through hoopsdo all the required steps, red tapeTo get a student loan, I had to jump through a lot of hoops.