Do you think the government needs to take a more aggressive response to jumpstart the economy?
In search of a paycheck and a jumpstart to his floundering existence, he goes to work at the library of Boston prison.
From a policy perspective, do we need to do more to jumpstart the economy then?
They will not however be enough to jumpstart lending or revive the economy.
Obama won't just rely on his speech to jumpstart his stalled presidency.
They know that they need fuel to jumpstart their day and support their training.
Physically, you can jumpstart fitness routines or raise the bar on existing ones.
She got involved in interning as a way to jumpstart her budding modeling career.
The FBI obtained a videotape of him giving a presentation to the class about how to jumpstart a car.
In fact, that was the hope of one cynical mogul looking to jumpstart his business.
The act or process of starting or setting in motion something that is stalled or sluggish: Linden teacher gives kids jump-start on information highway
To start a car by attaching cables to the battery from a car that runs; start anything that resists going: They finally jump-start that poor dumb animal/ Mubarak Tries to Jump Start Stalled Mideast Peace Talks (1980s+)