Synonyms of hop in English:

hop


See definition of hop

verb

1‘he hopped along beside her’

SYNONYMS

jump, bound, spring, bounce, skip, jig, trip, flit, leap, prance, caper, dance, frolic, gambol

2‘she hopped over the Atlantic for a bit for shopping’

SYNONYMS

go, dash, rush

pop, whip

British nip


noun

1‘put the rabbit on the floor to have a hop around’

SYNONYMS

jump, bound, bounce, prance, leap, spring, skip, gambol

2‘it's just a short hop here by taxi’

SYNONYMS

journey, distance, ride, drive, run, trip, jaunt

flight, plane trip

spin

3‘what about coming to the hop on Saturday’

SYNONYMS

dance, social, party, jamboree, gathering, function, disco

bash, bop, shindig, shindy, do

British rave-up, knees-up, beanfeast, beano, bunfight


Phrases

    on the hop

      1‘he was caught on the hop’

      SYNONYMS

      unprepared, unready, off guard, unawares, by surprise, with one's defences down

      napping, asleep at the wheel

      with one's trousers down

      North American

      with one's pants down

      ANTONYMS

      prepared

      2‘we were always kept on the hop’

      SYNONYMS

      busy, occupied, employed, working, at work, rushed off one's feet, hard-pressed, on the job

      busy as a bee, on the go

      ANTONYMS

      idle