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hop1 US English

(Of a person) move by jumping on one foot

hop2 US English

A twining climbing plant native to north temperate regions, cultivated for the conelike flowers borne by the female plant, which are used in brewing beer

hornbeam US English

A deciduous tree of north temperate regions, with oval serrated leaves, inconspicuous drooping flowers, and tough winged nuts. It yields hard pale timber

hop in in hop1 US English

Get into (or out of) a car

hop in US English

Get into (or out of) a car

bed-hop US English

Engage in successive casual sexual affairs

hip-hop US English

A style of popular music of US black and Hispanic origin, featuring rap with an electronic backing

bunny-hop US English

Jump forward in a crouched position

crow hop US English

A short jump with both feet together

hop back US English

A container with a perforated bottom for straining off the hops in the manufacture of beer

hop bine US English

The climbing stem of the hop

short hop US English

A batted or thrown ball that hits the ground and is caught low just as it makes a bounce

sock hop US English

A dance for young teenagers at which they may dance in stocking feet

trip-hop US English

A style of dance music, usually slow in tempo, that combines elements of hip-hop and dub reggae with softer, more ambient sounds

long hop US English

A short-pitched, easily hit ball

channel-hop US English

another term for channel-surf.

island-hop US English

Travel from one island to another, especially as a tourist in an area of small islands

hop to it in hop1 US English

Begin a task quickly; get busy

hop to it US English

Begin a task quickly; get busy

on the hop US English

Unprepared

hop hornbeam US English

see hornbeam.

hop the twig in hop1 US English

Depart suddenly or die

hop the twig US English

Depart suddenly or die

hop it in hop1 US English

Go away quickly

hop, skip, and (a) jump US English

old-fashioned term for triple jump.

barhop US English

Drink at a number of bars during a single day or evening

bellhop US English

An attendant in a hotel who performs services such as carrying guests' luggage

hedgehop US English

Fly an aircraft at a very low altitude

hop bind in hop bine US English

The climbing stem of the hop

hoptree US English

A North American shrub or small tree of the rue family, with bitter fruit that was formerly used in brewing as a substitute for hops

hop tree in hoptree US English

A North American shrub or small tree of the rue family, with bitter fruit that was formerly used in brewing as a substitute for hops

hopscotch US English

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

hop US Thesaurus

he hopped over the fence

hop English-Spanish

salto, brinco m de cojito Méx

bed-hop English-Spanish

ir* de cama en cama

table-hop English-Spanish

ir* de mesa en mesa

channel-hop English-Spanish

hacer* zapping

island-hop English-Spanish

viajar de isla en isla

to hop it in hop English-Spanish

largarse* familiar/colloquial, tomárselas RPlfamiliar/colloquial, pintarse Méxfamiliar/colloquial, envelárselas

to hop out of bed in hop English-Spanish

bajarse de la cama (de un salto)

to keep sb on the hop in hop English-Spanish

tener* a algn muy atareado

to hop into bed with anyone in hop English-Spanish

acostarse* con cualquiera

to hop off/on a plane/train/bus in hop English-Spanish

bajarse/tomarse de un avión/tren/autobús


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