English version

hop a plane/bus/train etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhop a plane/bus/train etchop a plane/bus/train etcAmerican English informalGET ON OR OFF A BUS, PLANE ETC to get on a plane, bus, train etc, especially after suddenly deciding to do so So we hopped a bus to Phoenix that night. hop
Examples from the Corpus
hop a plane/bus/train etcHe would just hop trains and stuff.Elated, Daley and Sis hopped a plane for a vacation in the Florida Keys.Receiving assurances that there was no ethnic dimension to the role he had been offered, Hoch hopped a plane headed west.
Pictures of the day
What are these?
Click on the pictures to check.