hop

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sekmek
tek bacak üstünde zıplamak
sekme
uçak yolculuğu
sıçrama
şerbetçiotu
zıplama
hoplamak
sıçramak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Şerbetçiotu (Humulus lupulus), Biraçiçeği olarak da bilinir, Cannabaceae (kendirgiller) familyasından Temmuz-Eylül ayları arasında yeşilimsi-beyaz renkli çiçekler açan, 2-5 m yüksekliğinde, sarılıcı gövdeli, iki evcikli otsu bir bitki türü
{f} şerbetçiotu toplamak
{i} bira katkı maddesi
{f} şerbetçiotu yetiştirmek
{f} zıplatmak
(fiil) sekmek, sıçramak, atlamak, zıplamak, hoplamak, oynamak, dans etmek, zıplatmak, hizmet vermek, şerbetçiotu yetiştirmek, şerbetçiotu toplamak
şerbetçiotu/zıplama
{i} oynama
{i} uyuşturucu
{i} bira

Biraz başarı ümidi var. - There is little hope of success.

Hâlâ biraz ekmek kaldığını umuyorum. - I hope there's still some bread left.

{f} hizmet vermek
{i} dans

Tom, kazadan beri profesyonel bir dansçı olma umudundan vazgeçti. - Since the accident, Tom has given up hope of becoming a professional dancer.

Umarım kimse benim dans ettiğimi görmedi. - I hope no one saw me dancing.

{i} atlama
sıçra

Sami yataktan sıçradı. - Sami hopped from the bed.

{i} k.dili. uçuş, uçak seferi
{f} atlamak
zıpla

Leyla arabada zıpladı. - Layla hopped in the car.

Kül rengi bir tavşan ortaya çıktı ve ben yaklaşır yaklaşmaz zıplayıp tekrar ormana doğru koştu. - An ash-colored rabbit appeared and as soon as I drew near, it hopped and ran into the woods again.

{i} uçuş

Umarım onlar diğerleri gibi uçuşumu geciktirmezler. - Hopefully they don't delay my flight like the others.

Umarım uçuşunuzu kaçırmazsın. - I hope you don't miss your flight.

Humulus lupulus
(Bilgisayar) durak
oynamak
zıplamak
hop it
gitmek
hop off
gitmek
hop it
(deyim) çekip gitmek
hop it
(Konuşma Dili) tüymek
hop it!
bas git!
hop on hop off
(Tarih) Şehir Turu Otobüsleri. Otobüs her durakta bir kaç dakika durur. İster tur boyunca otobüste kalırsın istersen otobüsten inip orada vakit geçirebilirsin. Turistik yeri gezmen bitince de bir sonraki otobüse binerek aynı bilet ile gün boyunca şehir turuna devam edersin
hop on hop off bus
(Tarih) Şehir Turu Otobüsleri. Otobüs her durakta bir kaç dakika durur. İster tur boyunca otobüste kalırsın istersen otobüsten inip orada vakit geçirebilirsin. Turistik yeri gezmen bitince de bir sonraki otobüse binerek aynı bilet ile gün boyunca şehir turuna devam edersin
Hop it
gidivermek
hop the twig
kuyruğu titretmek
hop up
sıçra
hop borders
ülkeye kaçak girmek
hop garden
hop bahçe
hop grower
hop yetiştiricisi
hop head
hop kafa
hop in
Bir araç ve sairenin içine girmek, binmek, atlamnak

"-Can you take us to the airport?" "-Of course. Hop in!".

hop out
hop dışarı
hop pole
hop kutup
hop/tip over the perch
levrek üzerinde hop / tıp
hoppety-hop
Hoplaya zıplaya
hoppity-hop
Hoplaya zıplaya
hop bind
şerbetçiotu sapı
hop bine
şerbetçiotu sapı
hop count
sekme sayısı
hop it
(Fiili Deyim ) çekip gitmek , arabasını çekmek
hop it
{k} (deyim) cek git ,cek arabani!
hop it
yaylanmak
hop o' my thumb
cüce
hop off
{k} (deyim) cekip gitmek
hop off
yaylanmak
hop off
(Fiili Deyim ) (uçak) havalanmak
hop on
atlamak
hop on
binmek
hop the twig
ölmek
hop to it
koyulmak
hop to it
işe sarılmak
hop up
kamçılamak
hop up
kuvvetlendirmek
hop up
uyarıcı vermek
hop vine
şerbetçiotu sapı
tire hop
Araç lastiğinin sıçrama yapması
hopped
zıpla

Kül rengi bir tavşan ortaya çıktı ve ben yaklaşır yaklaşmaz zıplayıp tekrar ormana doğru koştu. - An ash-colored rabbit appeared and as soon as I drew near, it hopped and ran into the woods again.

Tom arabada zıpladı ve havalandı. - Tom hopped in the car and took off.

hops
(Gıda,Kimya) şerbetçiotu
hopping
hoplama
on the hop
(Konuşma Dili) hazırlıksız
wheel hop
Araç lastiğinin sıçrama yapması
wheel hop
(Otomotiv) tekerlek sıçraması
catch sb on the hop
gafil avlamak
a sock hop
Bir çorap hop
channel hop
Televizyon kanalları arasında gezinip durmak
hopping
hopla
in a froglike way; as, to hop froglike
Bir froglike şekilde; olarak zıplamak froglike
table hop
masa hop
dried hop
(Tarım) kuru şerbetçiotu
hopping
sekme
keep someone on the hop
diken üstünde tutmak
make hop
sektirmek
on the hop
(deyim) on the hop ( ozellikle catch someone...) gafil avlanmis
wet hop
(Tarım) yaş şerbetçiotu
التركية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To suddenly take a mode of transportation that one does not drive oneself

I hopped a plane over here as soon as I heard the news.

The sending of a data packet from one host to another as part of its overall journey
A jump on one leg
A short jump
A bounce, especially from the ground, of a thrown or batted ball
a narcotic drug, usually opium
To jump on one foot
A short journey, especially in the case of air travel, one that take place on private plane
the plant (Humulus lupulus) from whose flowers, beer or ale is brewed
A dance
the flowers of the hop plant, dried and used to brew beer etc
To jump a short distance

When it had advanced from the wood, it hopped much after the fashion of a kangaroo, using its hind feet and tail to propel it, and when it stood erect, it sat upon its tail.

{v} to leap on one leg, limp, impregnate with hops
{n} a ump, mean dance, plant
"She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country" jump lightly make a jump forward or upward jump across; "He hopped the bush" make a quick trip especially by air; "Hop the Pacific Ocean" move quickly from one place to another
In routed networks, the passage of a packet through a router on the way to its destination
A direct path from one node to another, with a hop count of 1
When birds and some small animals hop, they move along by jumping on both feet. A small brown fawn hopped across the trail in front of them. Hop is also a noun. The rabbit got up, took four hops and turned round
Term describing the passage of a data packet between two network nodes (for example, between two routers)
Describes routing through a network A hop is a data packet moving through routers from the point of origination to the destination
an informal dance of ball
One file transmission in a series required to get a file from point A to point B on a network
twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer
A term used in routing to indicate a router within a path
A term used in routing A path to a destination on a network is a series of hops, through routers, away from the origin
the flowers of the hop plant, dried & used to brew beer etc
"She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country"
To gather hops
A leap on one leg, as of a boy; a leap, as of a toad; a jump; a spring
When accessing a WAN or Internet, data packets often have to travel through several places to reach it's destination, each place the packet lands on is called a hop
Term describing the passage of a data packet between two network nodes (for example, between two routers) See also hop count
Hops are flowers that are dried and used for making beer
A dance; esp
A hop is a short, quick journey, usually by plane. It is a three-hour drive from Geneva but can be reached by a 20-minute hop in a private helicopter
the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)
A network connection between two distant nodes
To move by successive leaps, as toads do; to spring or jump on one foot; to skip, as birds do
The catkin or strobilaceous fruit of the hop, much used in brewing to give a bitter taste
] the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot) an informal dance where popular music is played twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer informal: travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc
Travel of a radio wave to the ionosphere and back to earth
A climbing plant (Humulus Lupulus), having a long, twining, annual stalk
To impregnate with hops
If you are caught on the hop, you are surprised by someone doing something when you were not expecting them to and so you are not prepared for it. His plans almost caught security chiefs and hotel staff on the hop. high oxygen pressure. In botany, either of two species of the genus Humulus, nonwoody annual or perennial vines in the hemp family, native to temperate North America, Eurasia, and South America. The hops used in the brewery industry (see beer) are the dried female flower clusters (cones) of the common hop (H. lupulus), a long-lived perennial with rough twining stems. Hops impart a mellow bitterness and delicate aroma to brewed beverages and aid in their preservation. The Japanese hop (H. japonicus) is a quick-growing annual species used as a screening vine
To dance
In data communications, one segment of the path between routers on a geographically dispersed network A hop is comparable to one "leg" of a journey that includes intervening stops between the starting point and the destination The distance between each of those stops (routers) is a communications hop
A jump into the air from one foot and landing on the same foot
an informal dance where popular music is played
jump across; "He hopped the bush"
jump lightly make a jump forward or upward jump across; "He hopped the bush"
A message or data packet travels a path among routers on a network through a series of hops from the source to the destination
The fruit of the dog-rose
make a jump forward or upward
[Perhaps only in the form Hopping, vb
{i} small jump, short leap; (Internet) one of many nodes in a computer network through which a message in transferred on its way from one point to another; twining vine related to the Mulberry with cone-shaped flowers that are used when dried in the beer-brewing process to give the beer a bitter taste
(n ) A network connection between two distant nodes
The link between two network nodes
a short jump, a short journey
On the Internet, most data packets go through several routers to get to their final destination The more hops, the longer it takes to get where you're going Think of it as flying from Los Angeles to New York, with a stop in Chicago--that stops in Chicago would be a "hop " Back to Top
In network routing, hops are a measure of the distance from source to destination In some contexts, the number of hops is the number of routers through which a packet must travel to reach its destination
move quickly from one place to another
make a quick trip especially by air; "Hop the Pacific Ocean"
Term used to describe the data link between two gateways or routers that a packet must travel to reach its destination
Highly Oriented Polyolefine A proprietary Sony speaker cone material which combines high strength, low weight, and low resonance resulting in improved transient response, higher power handling, and flatter frequency response 1
informal: travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc ; "She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country"
Plant used for flavouring beer The seed cone of the female plant is used, imparting bitterness, aroma and tannin
A direct path from one node to another, with a hop count of 1 See hop count
A perennial climbing vine, also known by the Latin botanical name of Humulus lupulus, a member of the natural family of Cannabinaceae Only the female ripened flower is used to give beer its bitterness and characteristic aroma
If you hop somewhere, you move there quickly or suddenly. My wife and I were the first to arrive and hopped on board = jump
jump lightly
A single trunk line between two switches in a frame relay network An established PVC consists of a certain number of hops, spanning the distance from the ingress access interface to the egress access interface within the network
hop a freight
To travel as a stowaway aboard a freight train on a railroad
hop garden
a field, fields or farm where hops are grown
hop gardens
plural form of hop garden
hop it
To leave; to go away

Alan popped round too at lunchtime but I politely told him to hop it and call back later. He was a bit miffed but three was definitely a crowd.

hop it
go away, get lost
hop n pop
to jump from a plane at altitudes of 5000 ft and deploy the main parachute soon after
hop off
To alight
hop, skip, and a jump
a short distance

It's just a hop, skip, and a jump from the library.

hop on hop off
(Tarih) Hop On, Hop Off is a term used for City Tour Bus operators. It means the bus stops at each location just for a few minutes. If you want to stay and take a longer, closer look at whatever attraction you can just catch the next bus that comes along. All for the price of one tour ticket. You pay a fare and it is good for the entire day or two. Or you can stay on the same bus and just tour the city making short stops at each location
hop on hop off bus
(Tarih) Hop On, Hop Off is a term used for City Tour Bus operators. It means the bus stops at each location just for a few minutes. If you want to stay and take a longer, closer look at whatever attraction you can just catch the next bus that comes along. All for the price of one tour ticket. You pay a fare and it is good for the entire day or two. Or you can stay on the same bus and just tour the city making short stops at each location
hoppety-hop
1. (adverb) In a hopping or limping manner, unevenly. 2. (adjective) Hopping, full of movement; limping
hoppity-hop
1. (adverb) In a hopping or limping manner, unevenly. 2. (adjective) Hopping, full of movement; limping
Hop o' My Thumb
a French fairy tale (=a children's story in which magical things happen) . Hop o'My Thumb is the youngest of seven children, and he protects his brothers and sisters after their parents leave them in the forest because they have no money. He steals some magic boots from an ogre, and uses them to make money which he gives to his parents
hop clover
A Eurasian clover (Trifolium agrarium) or one of its relatives, having small yellow flower heads that resemble hops when withered
hop clover
clover native to Ireland with yellowish flowers; often considered the true or original shamrock
hop field
{i} field or garden for growing hops
hop garden
a garden where hops are grown
hop garden
field or garden for growing hops
hop hornbeam
Any of several deciduous trees of the genus Ostrya, especially O. virginiana of eastern North America, having unisexual flowers grouped in catkins and fruit clusters resembling hops
hop hornbeam
any of several trees resembling hornbeams with fruiting clusters resembling hops
hop on
get on the back of; "mount a horse"
hop on
get on the back of; "mount a horse
hop out
get out of quickly; "The officer hopped out when he spotted an illegally parked car
hop pole
a tall pole to support the wires on which the hop plant is trained
hop step and jump
short distance
hop the perch
die, pass away (Slang)
hop-picker
a machine used for picking hops
bunny hop
A ground ball that hops along the field instead of rolling

The first baseman misplays the bunny hop, so all runners are safe.

bunny hop
A jump made where both wheels leave the ground
bunny hop
A dance from the big band era, a variation of the conga
bunny-hop
To make a jump where both wheels leave the ground

I bunny-hopped onto the table.

car hop
A waiter who serves customers sitting in parked cars
car-hop
Attributive form of car hop, noun

He was wearing standard car-hop attire.

caught on the hop
To be in an unprepared situation
caught on the hop
To be in a situation of change, especially from a known to an unknown state
club-hop
To spend a short time in each of several nightclubs
hip hop
A popular urban culture, associated with rap music, breakdancing, etc
hip-hop
An Afro-American urban youth culture based on rap music, breakdancing etc

...not knowning as they strolled through the doors of the community center near Bambaataa's mother's apartment that they were writing musical history. Among them was an MC named Lovebug Starski, who was said to utter the phrase 'hip-hop' between breaks in time..

hippity-hop
to hop
hippity-hop
A hop
hopping
Present participle of hop
hopping
A shift from one energy-state to another by an electron in an atom
in-between hop
A bounce larger than a short hop and smaller than a long hop, often difficult to field

Errors are more frequent when the play happens on an in-between hops.

long hop
a relatively slow ball that bounces short of the batsman and is thus relatively easy to hit
short hop
When a event is observed just after the moment when a response would have been easy

I was assigned the Jones account on the short hop after our competitors had already won the contract; there was still some hope that it could be turned around.

short hop
The upward motion of a pass which has bounced just before it arrives at the receiver

The replay shows that the receiver actually caught the pass on the short hop.

short hop
The upward motion of a ball which has bounced just before it arrives at a player

The striker played the long pass from the mid-fielder on the short hop.

short hop
The upward motion of the ball which has bounced just before it reaches a fielder

The left fielder got the ball on the short hop and fired it to second, nailing the runner.

short hop
A small distance

The next town is just a short hop away.

sock hop
In the 1950s, informal sponsored dance at American high schools, typically held on the grounds of the high school itself in the gymnasium or cafeteria

I had no idea then how boys wooed girls. I guessed it was a matter of joshing and shared nothings and hours of scuffing through autumn leaves and even more hours of clenches during the slow numbers at the sock hop. - Edmund White, My Women.

table-hop
To move from table to table, in a restaurant etc, talking to the people at each one
trip hop
A genre of slow dance music combining elements of hip hop with melodic, often psychedelic, sounds and impressionistic lyrics
hip hop
(Muzik) Of or characteristic of hip-hop culture
hip hop
(Muzik) Rap music
hip hop
(Muzik) A popular urban youth culture, closely associated with rap music and with the style and fashions of African-American inner-city residents
soc hop
(Muzik) Sock Hop or soc hop (rarely) is a term coined in the 1950s in the United States, following the growth in popularity of rock and roll, to refer to informal sponsored dances at American high schools, typically held on the grounds of the high school itself in the gymnasium or cafeteria. Music was often recorded, sometimes live
sock hop
(Muzik) Sock Hop or soc hop (rarely) is a term coined in the 1950s in the United States, following the growth in popularity of rock and roll, to refer to informal sponsored dances at American high schools, typically held on the grounds of the high school itself in the gymnasium or cafeteria. Music was often recorded, sometimes live
Hops
hops
american hop
native American plant sometimes confused with the European hop
bar hop
go to a number of pubs one after the other in one evening (by way of entertainment)
bar hop
pub-crawl: go from one pub to the next and get progressively more drunk; "he pub-crawled around Birmingham"
bed-hop
sleep around; "His wife bed hops
bunny hop
a hop that you incorporate into your riding technique so you can clear obstacles such as logs without stopping
bunny hop
This dance resembles the Conga line but has three jumps instead of a kick at the end of the phrase The music is Ray Anthony 1953
bunny hop
Hopping one's bike over an obstacle The technique includes running up on an object, like a log or washed out section, then compressing the bike down and then springing up just before the object to "hop" the bike over the object Is a kind of jump, with out a ramp, is used to avoid holes, rocks,etc
channel-hop
{f} (Slang) channel surf, change television channels quickly and repeatedly using a remote control looking for something interesting to watch
common hop
European twining plant whose flowers are used chiefly to flavor malt liquors; cultivated in America
day hop
{i} day pupil, pupil who attends a boarding school but is not a boarder and commutes every day back and forth between home and the boarding school
eastern hop hornbeam
medium-sized hop hornbeam of eastern North America
hip hop
a kind of popular dance music with a regular heavy beat and spoken words rap
hip hop
{i} wide category of music developed by African Americans living in urban areas (includes rap, dancehall, and others)
hip-hop
genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged
hip-hop
This upbeat class focuses on current dance trends, taking steps from pop videos and concerts and bringing them to you
hip-hop
A music style that includes rapping and break dancing It originated in the South Bronx section of New York City around the mid 1970s
hip-hop
The cultural context of rap music found in the urban style of dress, speech and art
hip-hop
music behind rapped lyrics
hip-hop
(n) In the Jamaican Ska era of the 1960s, a dee jay would spin and cut the wax and an MC would sing, shout or dub poetry over it These are the roots of hip-hop, which were brought to New York City by Kool DJ Herc and others
hip-hop
an urban youth culture associated with rap music and the fashions of African-American residents of the inner city
hip-hop
Hip-hop is a form of popular culture which started among young black people in the United States in the 1980s. It includes rap music and graffiti art. a type of popular culture among young people in big cities, especially African Americans, which includes rap music, dancing, and graffiti art
homo-hop
{i} Hip-hop music played or performed by artists or Master of Ceremonies or Disc Jockeys who are of the gay and lesbian community
hopped
Impregnated with hops
hopped
past of hop
hopping
hop picking, the practice of picking hops; for Londoners a holiday period working in the hop gardens of Kent
hopping
{s} busy, extremely active, working vigorously; furious, very angry
hopping
A gathering of hops
hopping
extremely, highly; violently
hopping
The act of one who, or that which, hops; a jumping, frisking, or dancing
hops
Used in beermaking to give it either an aroma or bitterness Available in pellets, leaf, or hop plugs (compressed leaf hops)
hops
Hops are the number of routers that must examine a packet on the packets way to its destination (the number or routers a packet must pass through) See also traceroute
hops
A vine whose flowers are used as a bittering agent in beer Hops also contribute to the beer's aroma as well as increase the beer's shelf life
hops
A flowering herb that grows to great heights It is picked and dried - and for our recipe, pressed into pellets Hops give flavor to the beer, and act as a natural preservative Other herbs have been used to flavor beer, but hops have become the world standard Hops of another sort were involved in strange social behavior in the 1950s Dancing was involved ("No sane man will dance " - Aristotle)
hops
The flowers (or cones) of the female hop plant, used in brewing
hops
The dried ripe cones of the female flowers of the hop vine, used for giving beer, ale, etc a bitter taste
hops
The typical bittering agent used in beer Hops provide not only the bittering characteristics and aromatic profile but they also provide a natural preservative
hops
relieves anxiety, insomnia and restlessness
hops
A hardy, vining plant that produces cone like flowers The dried flowers are used to impart a pleasantly bitter flavor to beers and ales
hops
third-person singular of hop
hops
One of the four principal ingredients in beer Hops are flowers added to beer as a preservative, bittering agent, and aromatic ingredient Provide bitter flavors and floral aromas that create the complexity and interest of flavors in many styles of beers, and offset the sweetness of the malts Also, hops have natural anti-bacterial properties which help prevent beer spoilage This is one of the major reasons why hops were first used
hops
twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer
hops
The young shoots of Hops are eaten as a vegetable
hops
The dried blossom of the female hop plant which is a climbing herb (Humulus lupulus)
hops
The number of times a packet of information has to be sent to different routers before reaching its destination
hops
Vining plant whose cone-like flowers are widely used in brewing to impart bitterness, flavor and aroma to the beer
hops
the female flowers of the Hop vine (Humulus lupulus)
hops
(Humulus lupulus) considered to have a marked relaxing effect on the central nervous system Aids in relieving tension & anxiety
hops
A climbing vine, whose flower cones are used to give beer its bitterness and aromas Bitterness of a beer is measured in International Bitterness Units (IBU) This is determined by the Alpha Acid content of that crop of hops and the amount of hops added to a batch of beer
hops
Hops are the flower of a climbing vine (Humulus Lupulus) Hops contain bitter alpha acids, which are what give beer its bitterness They also contain various other volatile organic compounds, which can impart other flavors and aromas to beer, depending on the hop variety Hops which are boiled for more than 30 minutes will impart mainly bitterness; hops which are boiled for a moderate length of time (10-30 minutes) will impart mainly hop flavors And hops which are boiled only briefly (or not at all) will impart hop aromas
hops
Number of nodes the data must pass through before it reaches its destination This value is used to determine the most efficient route
hops
One of the four principal ingredients of beer, hops are flower cones added to beer as a bittering agent, a preservative, and an aromatic
hops
The flower of the hop vine (humulus lupulus) used to lend a bitter flavor to beer to balance with the maltiness of the grains Hops also impart aroma and flavor to the finished beer
island hop
travel from one island to the next; "on the cruise, we did some island-hopping
japanese hop
ornamental vine native to eastern Asia; cultivated for its variegated foliage
old world hop hornbeam
medium-sized hop hornbeam of southern Europe and Asia Minor
step and jump hop
or hop, step, and jump Track-and-field distance jump. It incorporates three distinct, continuous movements: a hop, in which the athlete takes off and lands on the same foot; a step, in which he lands on the other foot; and a jump, in which the athlete lands in any manner, usually with both feet together. It has been a modern Olympic event since the first games in 1896
table-hop
{f} hop and go around from table to table and greet friends in a sociable way
trip hop
a type of dance music played with electronic instruments that has a slow beat
التركية - الإنجليزية
There you go!/That's the way!/Whee! (said to hearten someone who is in the act of jumping, diving, sliding, etc.)
Up!, Now then!, Jump!
Upsy-daisy!
whoops
Hey!/Look out! (said in warning): Hop, gelen var! Look out, somebody's coming!
jump!
now then!
(Konuşma Dili) not so fast
hop dedik
Look out!, Watch out!
hop diye
out of the blue, suddenly
hop etmek
palpitate
hop hop
Stop!
hop hop sıçramak
to jump for joy
hop hop!
Stop! Whoa! (said to a driver trying to maneuver a vehicle)
hop oturup hop kalkmak
to be hopping mad, be fit to be tied
hop!
upsy-daisy
hop!
ahoy
hop!
oops

Oops, I think we forgot Tom. - Hop, sanıyorum Tom'u unuttuk.

yüreki hop etmek/hoplamak
for one's heart to miss a beat, for one's heart to leap into one's mouth; (for someone) to get a fright, have a fright
hop
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