Channel-hop



verb -hops, -hopping, -hopped
(intransitive) to change television channels repeatedly using a remote control device
verb

to travel across the English Channel for a day of shopping, sightseeing, etc. in mainland Europe, esp. France
Usage Note

UK; Channel-hopped, Channel-hopping, Channel-hopper n
verb

to use a remote control to cycle through television channels or watch several programs simultaneously; also called channel-surf
Examples

He channel-hopped so much it made me dizzy.
Usage Note

channel-hopped, channel-hopping, channel-hopper n

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