Hop-picker



noun
1.
a person employed or a machine used to pick hops

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    [hop-ing] /ˈhɒp ɪŋ/ adjective 1. working energetically; busily engaged: He kept the staff hopping in order to get the report finished. 2. going from one place or situation to another of a similar specified type (usually used in combination): restaurant-hopping. Idioms 3. hopping mad, furious; enraged: He was hopping mad when his daughter dropped out […]

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