(a person) to move by jumping on one foot
(an animal or a bird) to move by jumping with both or all feet together
an act of hopping; a jump
a dance at which popular music is played
a distance travelled by a plane before landing
"She hopped a train to Chicago"
"He hopped rides all over the country"
"Hop the Pacific Ocean"
"He hopped the bush"
The first hop was from Americus to Montgomery, Alabama.
出自： C. A. Lindbergh
He used to be a pilot himself..when he was a..seed salesman and would hop about calling on prospects.
Two cats were hopping about on the bed.
The fox hopped across the lawn.
The game asks everyone to hop along.
Hop in,I'll give you a lift to the station.
They hopped in Lanzhou.
The monkey hopped on the trees.
He hopped onto a car and wanted to drive to town.
She hopped over the ditch.
She hopped up when she saw the scene.