Definition of bed-hop in English:

bed-hop

Syllabification: bed-hop
Pronunciation: /ˈbedhäp
 
/

verb

[no object] informal
Engage in successive casual sexual affairs: (as noun bed-hopping) a life of bed-hopping
More example sentences
  • For one thing, it has led to an increase in sexually-transmitted diseases, forcing sexually active teens to think twice about bed-hopping.
  • Jack used to say that they all loved reading it and they were upset if they didn't get a mention, but with all the libellous mentions and all the goss about bed-hopping and all that sort of thing, it was absolutely riveting reading.
  • It matters because, despite my feelings for my sister, I know she's not the type to bed-hop… or whatever you would call it in this situation.

Derivatives

bed-hopper

noun
More example sentences
  • To change his image, he started taking riskier film roles, like Cole, the promiscuous bed-hopper.
  • And the book's protagonist, Tomas, is nothing if not a bed-hopper and question-asker.
  • She complains that he is such a bed-hopper that they would've had a terrible relationship, and he in particular would've been a terrible father.

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