Definition of hedge-hop in English:

hedge-hop

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verb

[no object, with adverbial of direction]
Fly an aircraft at a very low altitude: he hedge-hopped all the way home
More example sentences
  • Three helicopters were hedge-hopping their way towards the river.
  • It had then hedge-hopped for several minutes at an altitude of less than 100 metres before landing.
  • For 20 minutes, he hedge-hopped trees and brush.

Derivatives

hedge-hopper

noun
More example sentences
  • Today, for the first time since the hedge-hoppers returned to action, National Hunt racing takes centre stage.
  • The hedge-hoppers have been keeping a low profile over the summer but now that October has arrived, we can start counting down the days till the festival.
  • One tipoff was that only commuter flights had four-digit numbers, so experienced travellers and travel agents would recognize that the trip would be aboard a hedge-hopper.

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