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hop in (or out)

Definition of hop in or out in English:

informal Get into (or out of) a vehicle: hop in then and we’ll be off
More example sentences
  • You can charge around on foot with rifles, or hop in any number of vehicles to indulge in some mechanised ultra-violence.
  • The prince nodded, hopping out of the vehicle and sauntering around to the back.
  • ‘It sounded like a backfire - and then somebody hooted and shouted to me to hop out of the vehicle as it was on fire,’ she said.
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