Hay 2 definiciones de bop en inglés:

bop1

Saltos de línea: bop
informal

sustantivo

1British A dance to pop music: nightlife is good, whether you’re looking for a drink or a bop in the disco
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Gloria and her husband still enjoy a bit of a bop and a jive.
  • We chatted for a while, had a bop, drank a few more beers and I was contemplating the bus ride home when I noticed a very handsome man had just arrived.
  • His particular passion is a form of swing dancing known as beach bop.
Sinónimos
dance
informal boogie, jive
1.1An organized social occasion with dancing to pop music: colleges extend a welcoming hand through buffets and bops
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Revellers can now celebrate the coming of the New Year with a bop, after politicians cleared away antiquated legislation in time for this Sunday's festivities.
  • One bystander said he was ‘angry and obviously upset, adding his wife was at the bop dancing with people’.
  • This can be anything from organising a bop or running a society to setting up an IT firm.
Sinónimos
discotheque
informal disco, hop
2 short for bebop.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Ninesense was lead by sax player Dean, whose long association with Soft Machine paralleled a solo career that mixed post bop, free jazz and rock influences.
  • The section ends almost whimsically with the band fixating upon a repeated bop riff and then finishing with an extended atonal blast.
  • While Mazurek's early recordings showcased his ability as a player of straight bop inflected jazz, since then his concern seems to have been to strip away the extraneous.

verbo (bops, bopping, bopped)

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1Dance to pop music: everyone was bopping until the small hours
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These were barely needed as soon everyone was down in the basement bopping on the dance floor or bobbing in the dark room.
  • In 1985, aged 20, she met her future husband while bopping on the dance floor and they were married four years later.
  • Licensing magistrates granted a Section 77 to the riverside pub, giving drinkers a chance to stay there until the witching hour three days a week, with the chance to bop on the dance floor or guzzle the substantial food.
Sinónimos
dance, jig, leap, jump, skip, bounce
informal boogie, jive, groove, disco, rock, pogo, mosh, stomp, hoof it
dated step it
1.1Move or travel energetically: entrepreneurial types bopping around Italy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Too bad we're starting to move that week or I would bop on down to this great show in a sunny land that knows not snow.
  • More importantly, there are some great energetic tunes here that you can bop around to.
  • He did a Gary dance, and bopped joyfully along the sidewalk and across the street toward my house.

Origen

1940s: shortening of bebop.

Derivativos

bopper

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Two such are Mondo '77, a synth-driven Eurovision bopper, and Money Hair, which marries a 1960s groove to the impossibly cute notion that you can sell your hair to pay the bills.
  • The girls know how to switch gears, though, and give a sweet, slowed-down performance on Dream Boy, a jive-tastic bopper on Mr Lee and a winking slinkathon on Three Cool Chicks.
  • Equally influenced by Fats Navarro's bebop pyrotechnics and second generation boppers like Booker Little, he proved himself an adaptable, thoughtful addition to the British scene.

Definición de bop en:

Hay 2 definiciones de bop en inglés:

bop2

Saltos de línea: bop
informal

verbo (bops, bopping, bopped)

[with object]
Hit or punch quickly: Rex bopped him on the head
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • At the height of the craze, I stood on the North Bank at Highbury in a forest of bananas, watching awestruck as they celebrated another goal going in by either bopping your neighbour over the head, or simply chucking the thing in the air.
  • I did try to help by folding his knees under him, but all that did was unbalance him and he ended up bopping the carpet with his nose.
  • In a bizarre scene during a popular costume race at Milwaukee Brewers games, he bopped a woman dressed as a huge Italian sausage with a bat and was booked for misdemeanor battery.

sustantivo

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A quick blow or punch.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A sudden harsh wind blowing off the moor, an inattentive owner — no worries there — and off she'd blow, perhaps with a brief bop on the head with a flagpole for good measure.
  • You deserve a bop on the nose.
  • Fundi persistently approached the mound, but even little Gimli gave him a bop on the head when he attempted to join in the fishing.

Origen

1930s (originally US): imitative.

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