hop!

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Englisch - Türkisch
sekmek
atlamak
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 beni dans ederken görmemiştir. - I just hope no one saw me dancing.

(Bilgisayar) durak
sıçramak
hoplamak
tek bacak üstünde zıplamak
şerbetçiotu
zıplama
sıçrama
(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
{i} sekme
{f} şerbetçiotu yetiştirmek
{i} bira katkı maddesi
sıçra

Sami yataktan sıçradı. - Sami hopped from the bed.

uçak yolculuğu
şerbetçiotu/zıplama
{i} atlama
{i} uçuş

Umarım uçuşunu beğenirsin. - I hope you enjoy your flight.

Umarım uçuşumuzu kaçırmayız. - I hope we don't miss our flight.

zıpla

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

Leyla arabada zıpladı. - Layla hopped in the car.

{i} k.dili. uçuş, uçak seferi
Humulus lupulus
{f} hizmet vermek
{i} uyuşturucu
{i} oynama
{i} bira

Hayatta olduklarına dair biraz ümit var. - There is little hope that they are alive.

Biraz daha para biriktirmeyi ummuştum. - I had hoped to save more money.

{f} şerbetçiotu toplamak
(fiil) sekmek, sıçramak, atlamak, zıplamak, hoplamak, oynamak, dans etmek, zıplatmak, hizmet vermek, şerbetçiotu yetiştirmek, şerbetçiotu toplamak
{f} zıplatmak
oynamak
zıplamak
Englisch - Englisch
the flowers of the hop plant, dried and used to brew beer etc
a narcotic drug, usually opium
A short jump
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.

To jump on one foot
A jump on one leg
A bounce, especially from the ground, of a thrown or batted ball
A short journey, especially in the case of air travel, one that take place on private plane
The sending of a data packet from one host to another as part of its overall journey
{v} to leap on one leg, limp, impregnate with hops
{n} a ump, mean dance, plant
A climbing plant (Humulus Lupulus), having a long, twining, annual stalk
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
To jump a short distance
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
a short jump, a short journey
The link between two network nodes
(n ) A network connection between two distant nodes
{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
[Perhaps only in the form Hopping, vb
The fruit of the dog-rose
To dance
move quickly from one place to another
jump lightly make a jump forward or upward jump across; "He hopped the bush"
jump across; "He hopped the bush"
an informal dance where popular music is played
A jump into the air from one foot and landing on the same foot
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
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
make a jump forward or upward
make a quick trip especially by air; "Hop the Pacific Ocean"
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
{f} make short jumps, leap small distances
If you hop, you move along by jumping on one foot. I hopped down three steps Malcolm hopped rather than walked. Hop is also a noun. `This really is a catchy rhythm, huh?' he added, with a few little hops
It is cultivated for its fruit (hops)
To walk lame; to limp; to halt
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
jump lightly
Term used to describe the data link between two gateways or routers that a packet must travel to reach its destination
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
A direct path from one node to another, with a hop count of 1 See hop count
Plant used for flavouring beer The seed cone of the female plant is used, imparting bitterness, aroma and tannin
informal: travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc ; "She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country"
In cellular telecommunications, a switch from one radio frequency RF channel to another
the plant (Humulus lupulus) from whose flowers, beer or ale is brewed
A message or data packet travels a path among routers on a network through a series of hops from the source to the destination
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
A term used in routing to indicate a router within a path
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
One file transmission in a series required to get a file from point A to point B on a network
an informal dance of ball
To impregnate with hops
Describes routing through a network A hop is a data packet moving through routers from the point of origination to the destination
Term describing the passage of a data packet between two network nodes (for example, between two routers)
"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
A direct path from one node to another, with a hop count of 1
In routed networks, the passage of a packet through a router on the way to its destination
A term used in routing A path to a destination on a network is a series of hops, through routers, away from the origin
"She hopped a train to Chicago"; "He hopped rides all over the country"
A leap on one leg, as of a boy; a leap, as of a toad; a jump; a spring
Hops are flowers that are dried and used for making beer
A dance; esp
a dance
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
Türkisch - Englisch
oops

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

upsy-daisy
ahoy
jump!
now then!
(Konuşma Dili) not so fast
There you go!/That's the way!/Whee! (said to hearten someone who is in the act of jumping, diving, sliding, etc.)
Hey!/Look out! (said in warning): Hop, gelen var! Look out, somebody's coming!
Up!, Now then!, Jump!
Upsy-daisy!
whoops
hop!

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