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hop / salto
 
hop   1   [hɒp]
A. -noun
1. (=jump)   salto (m),   brinco (m)
·hop, skip and jump
(Sport)   triple salto (m)
·in one hop
·de un salto
a. to catch somebody on the hop
(British, Great Britain)   *   pillar or Latin America agarrar a somebody, someone desprevenido
·the uncertainty should keep them on the hop
(British, Great Britain)   *   la incertidumbre los mantendrá en estado de alerta
2.   *
(=dance)   baile (m)
3. (aeronautics)   vuelo (m) corto
·in one hop
·sin hacer escala
B. -intransitive verb
[person, bird, animal]   dar saltos,   brincar Latin America
a. to be hopping mad   *   echar chispas *
C. -transitive verb
·to hop it
(British, Great Britain)   *   largarse *
·hop it!
¡lárgate! *
 
hop / lúpulo
 
hop
2
[hɒp]
A. -noun
(botany)
also hops   lúpulo (m)
B. -compound
·hop field   -noun   campo (m) de lúpulo
·hop picking   -noun   recolecciónoun (f) del lúpulo
 
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