There are 2 translations of hop in Spanish:

hop1

Pronunciation: /hɑːp; hɒp/

n

  • 1 1.1 (leap — of person) salto (m) a la pata coja or con un solo pie, brinco (m) de cojito (Méx) ; (— of rabbit) salto (m), brinco (m); (— of bird) saltito (m) it's only a hop, skip and a jump from here está a un paso de aquí the hop, skip o step and jump el triple salto to catch sb on the hop (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] pillar or (esp Esp) coger* a algn desprevenido or descuidado to keep sb on the hop (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] tener* a algn muy atareado or ocupado
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    • The dancers rely on powerful, rather slow, twirling movements with hops.
    • I came out of work tonight with a kind of a hop and a skip.
    • I added a minor hop and skip to my customary semi-shuffle and waved my stick about a bit.
    1.2 [Aviat] it's only a short hop from London to Paris es un vuelo muy corto de Londres a París
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    • Many iSCSI applications are latency sensitive, so building the network with the fewest number of hops and the shortest possible links is usually a key consideration.
    • Getting to Okanagan involves a four - to six-hour drive or a short plane hop from Vancouver or Seattle.
    • The number of hops on the shortest path between people is sometimes called the graph distance or degree of separation between those people.
  • 2 (dance) [colloquial/familiar] baile (m), bailongo (m) [familiar/colloquial]
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    • This surge in popularity in all forms of dance is equally mirrored in the lindy hop, with many events occurring around the country.
    • The band then romp through three road songs that most people would die for to have in their repertoire, each single one would get people leaping about on the dance floor at a college hop.
    • For Ryan, however, the more important component of lindy hop is its roots in black history.
  • 3 [Bot] [Culin] (usu pl) lúpulo (m) the flavor of hops el sabor del lúpulo
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    • Brewed since 1900, Bohemia is named in honor of the hop growing and beer brewing region of the Czech Republic.
    • An example of this would be a manufacturer acquiring retail outlets or a hop grower beginning to brew his own beer.
    • It is registered for use on powdery mildews in pome fruit, stone fruit, citrus fruit, soft fruit, vines, cucurbits, ornamentals, tobacco, hops and some vegetables.
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    • Yeast ferments the sugars in the malt to alcohol while the hops provide bitter flavour and aroma.
    • Aromatic, smoky, malty notes wrap themselves around the delicate flavours of the hops and the brewing yeasts.
    • That means eliminating impure tastes in the brewing process so the flavour of the hops can emerge untainted.

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There are 2 translations of hop in Spanish:

hop2

vi (-pp-)

  • 1.1 [frog/rabbit] brincar*, saltar; [bird] dar* saltitos
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    • Actions are jerky and the bird hops rather than climbs even when beneath a branch.
    • Similarly, if you observe birds hopping around on the ground, you are not going to think ‘warblers.’
    • Many birds of prey were hopping around on the ground, eating grubs and worms, unable to fly because of the lack of thermals.
    1.2 [person/child] saltar a la pata coja or con un solo pie, brincar* de cojito (Méx)
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    • ‘You're hopping, you're jumping, you're running, you're planting your feet,’ he says.
    • I arranged to meet him in a pub in Naas and I was expecting someone older and I was hopping on one foot waiting to meet him when he came over to me.
    • I started hopping from one foot to the other, it couldn't get any worse. could it?
    1.3 (move quickly) [colloquial/familiar] I'll hop along to the supermarket to get some bread voy corriendo or en una escapada al supermercado a comprar pan the article hopped (about) from one subject to another el artículo saltaba de un tema al otro hop in, I'll take you to the station súbete, que te llevo a la estación hop in a taxi, it's too far to walk tómate un taxi, es demasiado lejos para ir a pie to hop into bed with anyone acostarse* con cualquiera you stay in the car, I'll hop out and get a newspaper quédate en el coche, (que) yo me bajo un momento a comprar el periódico to hop out of bed bajarse de la cama (de un salto) to hop off/on a plane/train/bus bajarse/tomarse de un avión/tren/autobús

vt (-pp-)

  • 1 (AmE) [colloquial/familiar], tomar, pillar [familiar/colloquial]
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    • My head is swimming with dreams and schemes and the overwhelming desire to hop a bus or a train or a plane and make this dream happen.
    • The perfect setting for a little ego death on the Nile before hopping the sleeper train back to Cairo.
    • With the release of the first bit of material since he hopped the solo train, I'm sorry to say that not too much has changed.
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    • Suddenly concerned he opened the door quickly and rushed inside, startling Blair who was hopping from the desk to the couch.
    • You can't simply have people hopping around at will to avoid the authorities.
    • The industry really seems to consist of the same 50 people hopping around some ten places all the time.
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    • There's the brooding and mysterious Velimir Zajec, catalyst for Harry hopping it, and there's the long-lost hero - what has Joe Jordan been doing for the last few years?
    • Gary Ruane came across and I hopped it back inside.
    • So I hopped it to next-door St Lucia and probably my favourite restaurant in the world, Bang.

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Word of the day rigor
m
rigor (US), rigour (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.