Synonyms of 'hop'
to jump over somethingI hopped down three steps.
stamping their boots and jumping up and down to knock the snow off
The lion roared once and sprang.
He bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door.
The newsreels show him leaping into the air.
She was skipping along the pavement.
Ned vaulted over the low wall.
The children were capering about, shouting and laughing.
an instance of hopping`This is a catchy rhythm,' he added with a few hops.
a short journey, usually in an aircraftIt's only a 20-minute hop in a helicopter.
a journey from Manchester to Plymouth
Take them for a run in the car.
We might go for a drive on Sunday.
Would you like to go for a ride?
On the Thursday we went out on a day trip.
The flight will take four hours.
Think twice about going for a spin by the light of the silvery moon.
I decided to take a jaunt down to Long Beach.
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in the sense of bounce
springinessthe pace and steep bounce of the pitch
in the sense of bound
to bounceHe bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door.
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