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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Early into the fire, there were also three employees trapped on the roof, who survived by bunnyhopping along the rooftop ledges, their feet likely avoiding the heat of burning metal.
Guy waves his hands as if conducting the programmed drums, bunnyhopping with the crowd as "White Noise" kicks in.
After leadout man Goss, who finished third on Thursday and 11th yesterday, peeled away to the left having put Cavendish at the head of the sprint, the British star kept his rivals trailing in his wake before bunnyhopping over the finishing line in celebration.