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In British English, a jumper is a sweater made of knitted wool.
In computer electronics, a jumper is a pair of connectable pins; see jumper (computing).
The name was first applied to a sailor's jacket. The word comes from the Quechua language in which chompa means "a loose, outer jacket".
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