bunny hop

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bunny hop

n
1. a jump executed with the feet held tightly together and the knees bent
2. (Cycle Racing) a jump over an obstacle executed by a person riding a bicycle and standing up on the pedals
3. (Dancing) US a dance performed by a line of people holding onto each other from behind and moving around the room tapping and stepping with each foot separately and then jumping with both feet held together
vb
4. (intr) to jump with the feet held tightly together and the knees bent
5. (Cycle Racing) to jump a bicycle over (an obstacle) without dismounting
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Players were able to use healing items while bunny-hopping, which is great for recovering while on the go.
Lionel Messi is the most famous of a variety of characters at the Club World Cup which includes Auckland City's part-timers, former Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari and bunny-hopping Congolese goalkeeper Robert Kidiaba.
Sometimes it Is quite messy for me, but It's worth It to gain, over the course of months, her looser body language, her more relaxed eye contact, her bunny-hopping anticipation, her closer proximity with more duration, and, most of all, her trust and happiness.
In this spectacular show, the fearless Scottish street trials expert puts his life on the line by jumping, somersaulting and bunny-hopping around a hazardous obstacle course made up of giant toys inspired by his youth.
Smart was making up time each lap by bunny-hopping the log and caught Atkins just before the line to take 13th overall and 9th senior.
The rest follow, forming a bunny-hopping line of lemurs.
Top favourite Mark Cavendish, had to pick himself up after suffering a crash mid-race which left his helmet broken with injuries to his face after his front wheel collapsed when bunny-hopping over a speed hump.
Her seductive voice isn't always note perfect and there is something of the affectedly ker-azy actress about her - bunny-hopping across the stage and requesting the crowd miaow because it makes her happy - but a little madness helps the bleak illusion.
It also featured many contests throughout the weekend, including bunny-hopping, wheelies, bike limbo, tire tossing, log pull and wheelbarrow races and the World Championship Mud Bog Drag Race.
With the recent release of the wonderful Wallace & Gromit feature film, Wallace & Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, rabbits are bunny-hopping up the popularity pet stakes once again.
Bunny-hopping her way down the 13-mile course was Claire Fowler, raising money for The Stroke Association.
"There have been reports of children crossing the road on them and then bunny-hopping on to the pavement, but if they don't make the hop they could end up back in the traffic.