Definition of hopping in English:

hopping

Line breaks: hop|ping
Pronunciation: /ˈhɒpɪŋ
 
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adjective

informal , chiefly North American
Very active or lively: the delis do a hopping lunch business
More example sentences
  • Things seems to be hopping everywhere but Cannes, however, where this year's Film Festival was reportedly as fun as Russell Crowe in clown make-up.
  • The Bay Area is a hopping landscape of free culture.
  • As with all Spanish cities, Santander has a hopping nightlife scene.

Phrases

hopping mad

informal Extremely angry.
More example sentences
  • This stuff makes me absolutely furious - hopping mad even!
  • And I think when people find that out, they'll be hopping mad, and be mad at the proponents of this recall who are forcing them to spend $30 million for a special election.
  • Iain Murray isn't just shocked - he's hopping mad.

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