[hop-er-gras, -grahs] /ˈhɒp ərˌgræs, -ˌgrɑs/
noun, Chiefly Southern U.S.
noun 1. a person employed or a machine used to pick hops
[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 […]
[hop-in, -ing] /ˈhɒp ɪn, -ɪŋ/ noun, (sometimes lowercase) Southern U.S. 1. a dish of black-eyed peas, rice, bacon or ham, and red pepper or other seasoning: traditionally served on New Year’s Day because of the superstition that black-eyed peas bring good luck for the New Year.
- Hoppus foot
/ˈhɒpəs/ noun 1. a unit of volume equal to 1.27 cubic feet, applied to timber in the round, the cross-sectional area being taken as the square of one quarter of the circumference