Definición de hopscotch en inglés:

hopscotch

Silabificación: hop·scotch
Pronunciación: /ˈhäpˌskäCH
 
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sustantivo

A children’s game in which each child by turn hops into and over squares marked on the ground to retrieve a marker thrown into one of these squares.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Children enjoy playing games such as hopscotch and hide-and-seek.
  • The purpose of this event - which involved another 50 children - was to see if they would still play traditional street games like hopscotch in the absence of cars and traffic.
  • As a youngster I would run screaming if any of my playmates were sick after eating too much ice-cream before a particularly vigorous game of hopscotch.

verbo

[no object] North American Volver al principio  
Skip from place to place; move erratically: the blackouts hopscotched around eight Western states he hopscotched from Indonesia to Hong Kong to Australia to Japan
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You'll notice that since yesterday, the heliborne troops of the 101AB have moved far north of yesterday's position, hopscotching in their helicopters from one base to the next.
  • Developments are hopscotching out to the cheapest land.
  • After hopscotching from event to event in Nashua I found a T-Mobile hotspot at a Borders Books in town and jotted down the events in the post below.

Origen

early 19th century: from hop1 + scotch1.

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