hop on/hop off

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English-Italian dictionary of foreign words. 2014.

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  • hop-off — hop offˈ noun The start of a flight • • • Main Entry: ↑hop * * * hop off «HOP F, OF», noun. Slang. the taking off of an aircraft …   Useful english dictionary

  • hop off —    to die    Avian imagery. Formerly as hop the living and also, in modern use, as hop the twig:     And so the Captain has hopped the living ? I thought he was going to live forever, and I half suspect someone has been soaping the stairs.… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • hop off — verb To alight …   Wiktionary

  • hop — I. /hɒp / (say hop) verb (hopped, hopping) –verb (i) 1. to leap; move by leaping with all feet off the ground. 2. to spring or leap on one foot. 3. to make a flight or trip. 4. Also, hop off. US Colloquial (of an aeroplane, etc.) to leave the… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Off the Books — Single by The Beatnuts featuring Big Punisher Cuban Link from the album Stone Crazy …   Wikipedia

  • Off the Hook (Xscape album) — Off the Hook Studio album by Xscape Released July 18, 1995 …   Wikipedia

  • Off 2 Work — Single by Dizzee Rascal A side Graftin Released 21 March 2005 2010 …   Wikipedia

  • Off Parole — Studio album by Rappin 4 Tay Released March 19, 1996 …   Wikipedia

  • hop it — (slang) To take oneself off, go away • • • Main Entry: ↑hop * * * hop it british spoken phrase used for telling someone to go away, especially when they are somewhere they should not be Thesaurus: ways of telling someone to go awaysynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • Off on Your Own (Girl) — is a 1988 single by Al B. Sure!. The single was the second release from his debut album, In Effect Mode , and peaked at number one on the Black Singles chart for two weeks. Off on Your Own (Girl) also peaked at number forty five on the Hot… …   Wikipedia

  • Off the Wall — Album par Michael Jackson Sortie 10 août 1979 Enregistrement 4 décembre 1978 au 3 juin 1979 Durée 42:28 …   Wikipédia en Français


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