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hop off

((of) something) to jump off something. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) She hopped off her bike and came into the house. The bird on the branch hopped off.
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Standard double-play depth means even with the bag in position to receive the ball on its first hop off the grass.
I hop off in Tingri as the other passengers head west out of Tibet via the one road that crosses into Nepal.
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Several drivers, mindful of the scorching heat and seeking to keep their cars air-conditioned especially if there are passengers, tend to leave the engine running as they hop off to a shop nearby.
She said: "I lifted up the bar of the chairlift to hop off.
Hop off the treadmill instead of slowing to a stop?
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