English version

bop in Dance topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbopbop1 /bɒp $ bɑːp/ verb (bopped, bopping) informal  1 [transitive]HIT to hit someone, especially gently Tom bopped him on the nose.2 [intransitive]APD to dance to popular music kids happily bopping on the dance floor3 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] informal to go somewhere or to several different places, especially to enjoy yourself We spent the afternoon just bopping around town.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bopWe were bopping around town, doing some shopping.I just bopped her on the head with the handbag.Well, if you can spare ten minutes, I thought I would bop over and bring you a coffee.Three o'clock in the morning, bopping through a weird limb-jerking dance routine, and she looks like a child at playschool.Go forth and bop till you drop.