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Definition of 'hoop'

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Lay the hoops flat for jumping exercises or stand them up as hurdles or obstacles. The Sun (2017)Do they honestly think we must jump through their hoops as and when they tell us? The Sun (2017)I've had quite a few letters from bereaved people fed up with having to jump through hoops to complete basic admin at a difficult time. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is made of pine with wooden hoops. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are still building regulation hoops to jump through. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Who knows if hoop skirts and tops are going to take off next summer? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Only a tiny number will be able to jump through the hoops set last week. The Sun (2009)Of course there are still a few hoops to jump through. The Sun (2014)The basketball hoop in the church parking lot turned out to be an effective means of getting next to them. Christianity Today (2000)They try it twice, but he lands with the hoop around his waist. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She lives in a whitewashed house deep in the home counties with pine trees in the drive and croquet hoops in the lawn. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The jersey had red, white and blue hoops and the shorts were white. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Bring back the red, white and blue hoops! The Sun (2008)In previous seasons they would come undercooked but fresh, bursting for the treasured experience of wearing the blue and white hoops. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The first part comprises three women and a male dancer in a giant white hoop skirt who appears to be playing a Chinese flute. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So I loosen up my hips and try to swing the hoop around my waist. The Sun (2012)But QPR hoops versus white shirts with a single red diagonal stripe kept me busy for hours. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They had made other minor changes, but punters were still being charged at least 1 to try to throw tiny hoops over pegs to win prizes. The Sun (2010)

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Used Occasionally. hoop is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'hoop'

British English: hoop NOUN
A hoop is a large ring made of wood, metal, or plastic.
A boy came towards them, rolling an iron hoop.
  • American English: hoop
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arco
  • Chinese: > 环木头、金属或塑料制成的
  • European Spanish: aro
  • French: cerceau
  • German: Reifen
  • Italian: cerchio
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 둥근 고리
  • European Portuguese: arco
  • Latin American Spanish: aro

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