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bop in Dance topic

bopbop2 noun  1 x-ref[uncountable] another word for bebop2 [countable] a gentle hit a bop on the head3 APDDL[singular] British English informal a dance
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bopNext year, he's hoping his idea for a bop of the hops will strike a better note with the council.Three thousand miles away, his previous associates were developing hard bop, primarily on the Blue Note label.Hard bop was heavy music, difficult to resign to the background.Ambrosetti is a brilliantly assured player in the neo bop mould.Chrissie knew who he was because she had a real background in screaming teeny bop stuff.