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intr.v. hedge·hopped, hedge·hop·ping, hedge·hops
To fly an airplane close to the ground, rising above objects as they appear, as in spraying crops.
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vb, -hops, -hopping or -hopped
(Aeronautics) (intr) (of an aircraft) to fly close to the ground, as in crop spraying
ˈhedgeˌhopping n, adj
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v.i. -hopped, -hop•ping.
to fly an airplane at a very low altitude, as for spraying crops.
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Past participle: hedgehopped
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