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lol·lop

 (lŏl′əp)
intr.v. lol·loped, lol·lop·ing, lol·lops
1. To move with a bobbing motion.
2. Chiefly British To lounge about; loll.

[Alteration of loll.]

lol′lop·y adj.

lollop

(ˈlɒləp)
vb (intr)
1. to walk or run with a clumsy or relaxed bouncing movement
2. a less common word for lounge
[C18: probably from loll + -op as in gallop, to emphasize the contrast in meaning]

lol•lop

(ˈlɒl əp)

v.i.
to move forward with a bounding or leaping motion.
[1735–45; obscurely akin to loll]

lollop


Past participle: lolloped
Gerund: lolloping

Imperative
lollop
lollop
Present
I lollop
you lollop
he/she/it lollops
we lollop
you lollop
they lollop
Preterite
I lolloped
you lolloped
he/she/it lolloped
we lolloped
you lolloped
they lolloped
Present Continuous
I am lolloping
you are lolloping
he/she/it is lolloping
we are lolloping
you are lolloping
they are lolloping
Present Perfect
I have lolloped
you have lolloped
he/she/it has lolloped
we have lolloped
you have lolloped
they have lolloped
Past Continuous
I was lolloping
you were lolloping
he/she/it was lolloping
we were lolloping
you were lolloping
they were lolloping
Past Perfect
I had lolloped
you had lolloped
he/she/it had lolloped
we had lolloped
you had lolloped
they had lolloped
Future
I will lollop
you will lollop
he/she/it will lollop
we will lollop
you will lollop
they will lollop
Future Perfect
I will have lolloped
you will have lolloped
he/she/it will have lolloped
we will have lolloped
you will have lolloped
they will have lolloped
Future Continuous
I will be lolloping
you will be lolloping
he/she/it will be lolloping
we will be lolloping
you will be lolloping
they will be lolloping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lolloping
you have been lolloping
he/she/it has been lolloping
we have been lolloping
you have been lolloping
they have been lolloping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lolloping
you will have been lolloping
he/she/it will have been lolloping
we will have been lolloping
you will have been lolloping
they will have been lolloping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lolloping
you had been lolloping
he/she/it had been lolloping
we had been lolloping
you had been lolloping
they had been lolloping
Conditional
I would lollop
you would lollop
he/she/it would lollop
we would lollop
you would lollop
they would lollop
Past Conditional
I would have lolloped
you would have lolloped
he/she/it would have lolloped
we would have lolloped
you would have lolloped
they would have lolloped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.lollop - walk clumsily and with a bounce
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"
Translations

lollop

[ˈlɒləp] VImoverse desgarbadamente
to lollop alongmoverse torpemente, arrastrar los pies

lollop

[ˈlɒləp] vi (British)avancer (or courir) maladroitement

lollop

vi (also lollop along, animal) → trotten, zotteln; (puppy, rabbit)hoppeln; (person)zockeln

lollop

[ˈlɒləp] vi (Brit) → camminare (or correre) goffamente
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