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HOP

abbr.
high oxygen pressure

hop 1

 (hŏp)
v. hopped, hop·ping, hops
v.intr.
1.
a. To move with light bounding skips or leaps.
b. Informal To move quickly or be busily active: The shipping department is hopping this week.
2. To jump on one foot or with both feet at the same time.
3. To make a quick trip, especially in an airplane.
4. To travel or move often from place to place. Often used in combination: party-hop.
v.tr.
1. To move over by hopping: hop a ditch two feet wide.
2. Informal To get on (a train) surreptitiously in order to ride without paying a fare: hop a freight train.
n.
1.
a. A light springy jump or leap, especially on one foot or with both feet at the same time.
b. A rebound: The ball took a bad hop.
2. Informal A dance or dance party.
3.
a. A short distance.
b. A short trip, especially by air.
4. A free ride; a lift.
Idioms:
hop, skip, and (a) jump
A short distance.
hop to it
To begin an activity or a task quickly and energetically.

[Middle English hoppen, from Old English hoppian.]

hop 2

 (hŏp)
n.
1. A twining vine (Humulus lupulus) having lobed leaves and green female flowers arranged in conelike spikes.
2. hops The dried female inflorescences of this plant, containing a bitter aromatic oil. They are used in brewing to inhibit bacterial growth and to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer.
3. Slang Opium.
tr.v. hopped, hop·ping, hops
To flavor with hops.
Phrasal Verb:
hop up Slang
1. To increase the power or energy of: hop up a car.
2. To stimulate with or as if with a narcotic.

[Middle English hoppe, from Middle Dutch.]

hop′py adj.

hop

(hɒp)
vb, hops, hopping or hopped
1. (intr) to make a jump forwards or upwards, esp on one foot
2. (intr) (esp of frogs, birds, rabbits, etc) to move forwards in short jumps
3. (tr) to jump over: he hopped the hedge.
4. (intr) informal to move or proceed quickly (in, on, out of, etc): hop on a bus.
5. (tr) informal to cross (an ocean) in an aircraft: they hopped the Atlantic in seven hours.
6. (tr) informal US and Canadian to travel by means of (an aircraft, bus, etc): he hopped a train to Chicago.
7. US and Canadian to bounce or cause to bounce: he hopped the flat stone over the lake's surface.
8. (intr) informal US and Canadian to begin intense activity, esp work
9. (intr) another word for limp1
10. hop it hop off slang Brit to go away
n
11. the act or an instance of hopping
12. (Dancing) old-fashioned informal a dance, esp one at which popular music is played: we're all going to the school hop tonight.
13. informal a trip, esp in an aircraft
14. US a bounce, as of a ball
15. on the hop informal
a. active or busy
b. Brit unawares or unprepared: the new ruling caught me on the hop.
[Old English hoppian; related to Old Norse hoppa to hop, Middle Low German hupfen]

hop

(hɒp)
n
1. (Plants) any climbing plant of the N temperate genus Humulus, esp H. lupulus, which has green conelike female flowers and clusters of small male flowers: family Cannabiaceae (or Cannabidaceae). See also hops
2. (Plants) hop garden a field of hops
3. (Pharmacology) obsolete slang opium or any other narcotic drug
[C15: from Middle Dutch hoppe; related to Old High German hopfo, Norwegian hupp tassel]

hop1

(hɒp)

v. hopped, hop•ping,
n. v.i.
1. to make a short, bouncing leap; move by leaping with all feet off the ground, as a rabbit.
2. to leap on one foot.
3. to make a short, quick trip, esp. in an airplane.
4. to travel or move frequently from one place or situation to another (usu. used in combination): to party-hop.
v.t.
5. to jump over; clear with a hop.
6. to board or get onto (a vehicle).
7. to cross in an airplane.
n.
8. a short leap, esp. on one foot.
9. short trip. esp. by air.
10. Informal. a dance or dancing party.
11. a bounce or rebound, as of a ball.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English hoppian, c. Middle High German hopfen, Old Norse hoppa]

hop2

(hɒp)

n., v. hopped, hop•ping. n.
1. any of several twining plants of the genus Humulus, of the hemp family, bearing male flowers in loose clusters and female flowers in small bract-covered spikes.
2. hops, the dried ripe cones of the female flowers of this plant, used in brewing, medicine, etc.
3. Older Slang. a narcotic drug, esp. opium.
v.t.
4. to treat or flavor with hops.
5. hop up, Slang.
a. to excite; make enthusiastic.
b. to add to the power of.
c. to stimulate by narcotics.
[1400–50; late Middle English hoppe < Middle Dutch hoppe, c. Old High German hopfo]

hop


Past participle: hopped
Gerund: hopping

Imperative
hop
hop
Present
I hop
you hop
he/she/it hops
we hop
you hop
they hop
Preterite
I hopped
you hopped
he/she/it hopped
we hopped
you hopped
they hopped
Present Continuous
I am hopping
you are hopping
he/she/it is hopping
we are hopping
you are hopping
they are hopping
Present Perfect
I have hopped
you have hopped
he/she/it has hopped
we have hopped
you have hopped
they have hopped
Past Continuous
I was hopping
you were hopping
he/she/it was hopping
we were hopping
you were hopping
they were hopping
Past Perfect
I had hopped
you had hopped
he/she/it had hopped
we had hopped
you had hopped
they had hopped
Future
I will hop
you will hop
he/she/it will hop
we will hop
you will hop
they will hop
Future Perfect
I will have hopped
you will have hopped
he/she/it will have hopped
we will have hopped
you will have hopped
they will have hopped
Future Continuous
I will be hopping
you will be hopping
he/she/it will be hopping
we will be hopping
you will be hopping
they will be hopping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hopping
you have been hopping
he/she/it has been hopping
we have been hopping
you have been hopping
they have been hopping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hopping
you will have been hopping
he/she/it will have been hopping
we will have been hopping
you will have been hopping
they will have been hopping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hopping
you had been hopping
he/she/it had been hopping
we had been hopping
you had been hopping
they had been hopping
Conditional
I would hop
you would hop
he/she/it would hop
we would hop
you would hop
they would hop
Past Conditional
I would have hopped
you would have hopped
he/she/it would have hopped
we would have hopped
you would have hopped
they would have hopped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hop - the act of hoppinghop - the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)
jumping, jump - the act of jumping; propelling yourself off the ground; "he advanced in a series of jumps"; "the jumping was unexpected"
2.hop - twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikeshop - 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
genus Humulus, Humulus - hops: hardy perennial vines of Europe, North America and central and eastern Asia producing a latex sap; in some classifications included in the family Urticaceae
bine, common hop, common hops, European hop, Humulus lupulus - European twining plant whose flowers are used chiefly to flavor malt liquors; cultivated in America
American hop, Humulus americanus - native American plant sometimes confused with the European hop
Humulus japonicus, Japanese hop - ornamental vine native to eastern Asia; cultivated for its variegated foliage
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
3.hop - an informal dance where popular music is played
dance - a party for social dancing
Verb1.hop - jump lightly
bound, jump, leap, spring - move forward by leaps and bounds; "The horse bounded across the meadow"; "The child leapt across the puddle"; "Can you jump over the fence?"
bestride, climb on, hop on, jump on, mount up, get on, mount - get up on the back of; "mount a horse"
2.hop - move quickly from one place to another
move - move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion; "He moved his hand slightly to the right"
hop - travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.; "She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country"
hop - traverse as if by a short airplane trip; "Hop the Pacific Ocean"
3.hop - travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.; "She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country"
travel - undergo transportation as in a vehicle; "We travelled North on Rte. 508"
hop - move quickly from one place to another
4.hop - traverse as if by a short airplane trip; "Hop the Pacific Ocean"
cross, cut across, cut through, get over, traverse, pass over, get across, track, cover - travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
hop - move quickly from one place to another
5.hop - jump across; "He hopped the bush"
top, clear - pass by, over, or under without making contact; "the balloon cleared the tree tops"
hop - make a jump forward or upward
6.hop - make a jump forward or upward
bound, jump, leap, spring - move forward by leaps and bounds; "The horse bounded across the meadow"; "The child leapt across the puddle"; "Can you jump over the fence?"
hop - jump across; "He hopped the bush"

hop

verb
1. jump, spring, bound, leap, skip, vault, caper I hopped down three steps.
noun
1. jump, step, spring, bound, leap, bounce, skip, vault 'This is a catchy rhythm,' he added with a few hops.
2. journey, run, drive, ride, trip, flight, distance, spin (informal), jaunt It's only a 20-minute hop in a helicopter.

hop

verb
To bound lightly:
noun
1. A light bounding movement:
2. Informal. A party or gathering for dancing:
Translations
حشيشة الدينار: نباتٌ مُتَسَلِّققَفْزٌ على رِجْلٍ واحِدَه، حَجْلهنَطْنَطَهيَحْجِل، يَقْفِز على رِجْلٍ واحِدَهيَقْفِز
poskakovatposkokpřeskočitskákat na jedné nozeskok na jedné noze
humlehoppehoppe på et bensmutsmutte
hypellähyppiä yhdellä jalalla
skakatiskakutati na jednoj nozi
hopp, stökkhoppa á öîrum fætihoppa upp íhoppa, stökkvahumall
(片足で)ぴょんと跳ぶぴょんぴょん跳ねる
깡충깡충 뛰다한발로 깡충깡충 뛰다
apinisielēktizlēktlēcienslēkāšana
chmeľskákať na jednej noheskok na jednej nohe
poskakovatiskočitiskok
hoppahumleskutta
กระโดดขาเดียวกระโดดสองขา
nhảynhảy lò cò

hop

1 [hɒp]
A. N
1. (= jump) → salto m, brinco m
hop, skip and jump (Sport) → triple salto m
in one hopde un salto
to catch sb on the hop (Brit) → pillar or (LAm) agarrar a algn desprevenido
the uncertainty should keep them on the hop (Brit) → la incertidumbre los mantendrá en estado de alerta
2. (o.f.) (= dance) → baile m
3. (Aer) → vuelo m corto
in one hopsin hacer escala
B. VI [person, bird, animal] → dar saltos, brincar (LAm)
to be hopping madechar chispas
C. VT to hop it (Brit) → largarse
hop it!¡lárgate!
hop along VI + ADVavanzar a saltos
hop off
A. VI + PREP (= get down from) → bajar de
B. VI + ADV
1. (= get down) → bajar
2.largarse
hop off!¡lárgate!
hop on
A. VI + PREPsubir a
B. VI + ADVsubir
hop on!¡sube!
hop out VI + ADVsalir de un salto
to hop out of bedsaltar de la cama
hop over to VI + PREPdarse una vuelta por

hop

2 [hɒp]
A. N (Bot) (also hops) → lúpulo m
B. CPD hop field Ncampo m de lúpulo
hop picking Nrecolección f del lúpulo

hop

[ˈhɒp]
vi
[bird, animal] → sauter
[person] (on one foot)sauter à cloche-pied
(= move quickly) [person] to hop out of bed → sauter du lit
I hopped out of bed quickly → J'ai sauté du lit.
Immediately after, we hopped back to France → Juste après, nous sommes rentrés en France.
hop in! (= get in) → montez!
hop it! (British) (= go away) → dégage!
to be hopping mad (British)être furieux/euse
n
(= jump) → saut m
to catch sb on the hop (= catch unprepared) → prendre qn au dépourvu
(= dance) → sauterie f

hop

:
hopscotch
nHimmel-und-Hölle(-Spiel) nt, → Hopse f (inf)
hop, skip and jump
n, hop, step and jump
nDreisprung m; it’s a hop from herees ist nur ein Katzensprung von hier

hop

1
n
(kleiner) Sprung; (of deer, rabbit)Satz m, → Sprung m; to catch somebody on the hop (fig inf)jdn überraschen or überrumpeln; to keep somebody on the hop (fig inf)jdn in Trab halten
(inf, = dance) → Tanz m, → Hopserei f (pej inf)
(Aviat inf) → Sprung m, → Satz m (inf); a short hopein kleiner Satz (inf), → ein Katzensprung m (inf)
vi (animal)hüpfen, springen; (rabbit)hoppeln; (person)(auf einem Bein) hüpfen, hopsen (inf); hop in, said the driversteigen Sie ein, sagte der Fahrer; he’d hop into bed with anyoneder steigt mit jeder ins Bett (inf); to hop off (the train)(aus dem Zug) aussteigen; (while moving) → (vom Zug) abspringen; he hopped off his bicycleer sprang vom Fahrrad; to hop onaufsteigen; to hop on a trainin einen Zug einsteigen; (while moving) → auf einen Zug aufspringen; he hopped on his bicycleer schwang sich auf sein Fahrrad; to hop outheraushüpfen; he hopped over the waller sprang über die Mauer
vt
ditchspringen über (+acc); bus etcschwarzfahren in (+dat)or mit
(Brit inf) hop it!verschwinde, zieh Leine (inf); I hopped it quickich habe mich schnell aus dem Staub gemacht (inf)

hop

2
n (Bot) → Hopfen m

hop

1 [hɒp]
1. n (jump) → saltello; (dance) (fam) → ballo (Aer) it's a short hop from Paris to Londonè un salto da Parigi a Londra in aereo
to catch sb on the hop (fam) → prendere qn alla sprovvista
2. vi (person, bird, animal) → saltellare
he hopped over the wall → è balzato al di là del muro
to hop out of bed → saltar giù or fuori dal letto
hop in! (car) → salta dentro!, salta su!, monta su!
hop it! (fam) → sparisci!, smamma!

hop

2 [hɒp] n (Bot) → luppolo
see also hops

hop1

(hop) past tense, past participle hopped verb
1. (of people) to jump on one leg. The children had a competition to see who could hop the farthest; He hopped about in pain when the hammer fell on his foot.
2. (of certain small birds, animals and insects) to jump on both or all legs. The sparrow/frog hopped across the lawn.
3. to jump. He hopped (over) the fence and ran away; He hopped out of bed.
4. (with in(to), ~out (of)) to get into or out of a car etc. The car stopped and the driver told the hikers to hop in; I'll hop out of the car at the next crossroads.
noun
1. a short jump on one leg.
2. (of certain small birds, animals and insects) a short jump on both or all legs. The sparrow crossed the lawn in a series of hops.
ˈhopscotch (-skotʃ) noun
a game played usually by children in which they hop into a series of squares drawn on the ground. The children are playing hopscotch on the pavement.
catch (someone) on the hop
to do something to (someone) when he is not prepared.
keep (someone) on the hop
to keep (someone) busy, active etc.

hop2

(hop) noun
a climbing plant, the bitter fruits of which (hops) are used in brewing beer.

hop

يَقْفِزُ عَلَى رِجْلٍ وَاحِدَة, يَقْفِزُ عَلَى قَدَمَيـْنِ poskakovat hoppe hüpfen, springen αναπηδώ brincar, saltar, saltar a la pata coja, saltar con un pie hypellä, hyppiä yhdellä jalalla sauter à cloche-pied, sautiller skakati, skakutati na jednoj nozi saltellare, saltellare su un piede (片足で)ぴょんと跳ぶ, ぴょんぴょん跳ねる 깡충깡충 뛰다, 한발로 깡충깡충 뛰다 hinkelen, springen hinke, hoppe podskoczyć, przeskoczyć pular, pular num pé só, saltar подпрыгнуть hoppa, skutta กระโดดขาเดียว, กระโดดสองขา sıçramak nhảy, nhảy lò cò 单脚跳, 双脚跳

hop

n salto; vi (pret & pp hopped; ger hopping) saltar; Hop on one foot.. Salte en un pie.
References in classic literature ?
Can't be helped, Marmee, so you must resign yourself to all sorts of worries, and let your birds hop out of the nest, one by one.
In Main Street no one was abroad but Hop Higgins the night watchman and in the whole town no one was awake but the watchman and young George Willard, who sat in the office of the Winesburg Eagle trying to write a story.
He's going to see Mary," observed Ned with a grin, as he observed Tom hop into his trim little roadster, which under his orders, Koku had polished and cleaned until it looked as though it had just come from the factory.
I used to feel that if any of the other things looked too fierce I could always hop into that chair and be safe.
At the daily dental hour there would always be about five hundred soldiers gathered together in the neighborhood of that dental chair waiting to see the performance--and help; and the moment the surgeon took a grip on the candidate's tooth and began to lift, every one of those five hundred rascals would clap his hand to his jaw and begin to hop around on one leg and howl with all the lungs he had
We used to hop out of the woods and go charging down on hog-drivers and women in carts taking garden stuff to market, but we never hived any of them.
Bates's, he may get there from the Crown in a hop, step, and jump.
I remember last Christmas at a little hop at the park, he danced from eight o'clock till four, without once sitting down.
Steerforth said) than the lowest boy in the school; that he had been, a good many years ago, a small hop-dealer in the Borough, and had taken to the schooling business after being bankrupt in hops, and making away with Mrs.
I cannot tell whether I were more pleased or mortified to observe, in those solitary walks, that the smaller birds did not appear to be at all afraid of me, but would hop about within a yard's distance, looking for worms and other food, with as much indifference and security as if no creature at all were near them.
She never ceased to laugh and chatter, to hop about and play practical jokes, until Mm.
AS soon as they had passed, little Benjamin Bunny slid down into the road, and set off--with a hop, skip and a jump--to call upon his relations, who lived in the wood at the back of Mr.