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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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90), which the taxpayer has to pay, but there is only a small minority of us that would hop on and hop off the bus during the journey.
Hop off the treadmill instead of slowing to a stop?
Their problems really start when they dress a seemingly dead kangaroo in Louis'jacket containing the loot,only for the creature to come alive and hop off with the booty
q A six-foot rabbit will hop off the train at Nuneaton station on Friday to collect bucketloads of cash for Red Nose Day.
The England boss looks truly smitten by the bikini-clad beauty as they island- hop off the coast of Greece.
Now we can treat newborn infants up to older children, who can hop off the table and go home or to school after the initial imaging step while we plan the treatment strategy.
Hop on Hop off buses took us to all the special places like Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guards.
Pippa obviously thought it'd be a quick job - hop on, have a few photos taken, and hop off.
On a tricky groundball hit to her in a recent game, Belair took a bad hop off of her chin.
The simplest one is just to tell the Frogs to hop off.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of quantity three nos Semi Low Floor 900 mm Passenger chasis for fabrication of Open roof double decker superstructure operation as Hop on hop off buses Amritsar
It runs in a circular route, so you can hop off and do a bit of sightseeing along the way.