Definition of bar-hop in English:

bar-hop

verb

[NO OBJECT]usually as noun bar-hopping
  • Visit several bars in succession, having a drink in each.

    • ‘Like Schnieder, Eja TaUmojo, a 57-year-old university instructor, started bar-hopping when she was still underage.’
    • ‘The chief explained that the stickee and sticker in this caper, Jerry and ex-pal Timothy Newman, were bar-hopping and not surprisingly a bit alcohol-soaked when they got into a fight, which Jerry won.’
    • ‘I learned the next day Elsa and her French boyfriend, Pierre, had gone bar-hopping on Patong Road with Bhoo and Jiap.’
    • ‘Cool bar in a great part of town… ideal for dining and bar-hopping.’
    • ‘The New York Times claims that there has been a rise in bar-hopping in NYC itself over the past three months, with more people going to more bars, staying later and drinking harder drinks.’
    • ‘Besides, he adds, unless they're going bar-hopping, men generally don't need that much time.’
    • ‘‘London-on-Sea’, as Brighton is often known, offers a wide choice of activities, from shopping and bar-hopping to high culture.’
    • ‘When I go bar-hopping, I expect a lot of joking and fast, witty conversation.’
    • ‘Out bar-hopping in Shoreditch tonight, I discovered heaven.’
    • ‘Alissa took the jug bar-hopping, at least until the manager of one tavern called police to report it stolen.’
    • ‘She cuts her hair, goes bar-hopping and uncovers her past, which includes a box of Polaroids documenting all the penises the pair have stroked.’
    • ‘I spent a night out bar-hopping this past weekend, something I haven't done in a while.’
    • ‘Many of the friends he was bar-hopping with took one look at the pictures of the explicit male nudes on the wall and left.’
    • ‘There are so many different places for entertainment, like the Jamaican Club, but also jazz, and rock, so you can just go bar-hopping.’
    • ‘In Star Wars, Luke Skywalker had to do a lot of droid shopping and bar-hopping before he got to shoot anything or wield a lightsaber.’
    • ‘She runs off, crushed, while Fred and Bob go bar-hopping.’
    • ‘A few short months ago, this mother-to-be was a former housemate and bar-hopping / alcoholic buddy.’
    • ‘Young hipsters, bar-hopping in their off-duty hours, smoking like beagle puppies in a tobacco company laboratory, more than a bit reckless, they're actually looking for all the stimulants going.’
    • ‘He likes to go bar-hopping in the evenings, but chooses to do so along Embassy Row where the establishments cater to members of the diplomatic corps.’

Pronunciation:

bar-hop

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