hop1 past tense and past participle hopped, present participle hopping
to move by jumping on one foot:
a little girl hopping and skipping
if a bird, an insect, or a small animal hops, it moves by making quick short jumps
3 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] informal
to move somewhere quickly or suddenly:
Hop in - I'll drive you home.
Patrick hopped out of bed and quickly got dressed.
4 American English informal
to get on a plane, bus, train etc, especially after suddenly deciding to do so:
So we hopped a bus to Phoenix that night.
5 British English old-fashioned
used to rudely tell someone to go away
very angry [= furious]