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Noun(1) the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot(2) twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer(3) an informal dance where popular music is played
Verb(1) jump lightly(2) move quickly from one place to another(3) travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.(4) traverse as if by a short airplane trip(5) jump across(6) make a jump forward or upward
(1) The fact he had played it was everything, although we did think that the doors would immediately open, and it would be a hop , skip and a jump to a major record deal.(2) I was going to hop the train, but it was four blocks away, a distance any respectable New Yorker would walk.(3) He was a real all-rounder, winning seven All-Ireland hop step and jump titles and numerous longjump titles at Kerry, Cork and Munster level.(4) With one step and a hop , he leaped towards the flying monster and stabbed his dagger straight right under its jaw.(5) After completing ground training, I was scheduled for my first hop at the flight-instructor-training unit.(6) The U.S., for its part, counted it as a victory when a member of the Bolshoi would hop an airport turnstile and defect.(7) Everyone was job hopping, often moving up a level with each hop .(8) This should also apply to those who hop parties without plausible reasons.(9) Bars door after door, street after street in Vieux-Nice enable you to hop bar to bar with minimal effort.(10) This day started off with a typical flight brief for a short one-hour hop .(11) place the rabbit on the floor to have a hop around(12) Every now and again a gentle hop or two, perhaps that peculiar walk where the tail becomes a third leg.(13) Today, it's no big deal to hop on an airplane and travel halfway around the world in a matter of hours.(14) Each of us took turns pitching the lime-stone into one of the sections, and then we would hop on one foot in each section to collect the lime-stone.(15) In this Denver garden, the hop vine completely concealed its wire frame in a single summer.(16) 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.
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