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Uitgebreide vertaling voor hops (Engels) in het Nederlands

hops:

hops [the ~] zelfstandig naamwoord

  1. the hops (hop)
    – twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer 1
    de hop
    • hop [de ~ (m)] zelfstandig naamwoord

Vertaal Matrix voor hops:

Zelfstandig NaamwoordVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
hop hop; hops hoopoe; hoopoo; hop
- hop

Synoniemen voor "hops":


Verwante definities voor "hops":

  1. twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer1

hop:

hop [the ~] zelfstandig naamwoord

  1. the hop
    bierhop; de hop
    • bierhop [znw.] zelfstandig naamwoord
    • hop [de ~ (m)] zelfstandig naamwoord
  2. the hop (skip)
    het sprongetje
  3. the hop (hops)
    – twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer 1
    de hop
    • hop [de ~ (m)] zelfstandig naamwoord

to hop werkwoord (hops, hopped, hopping)

  1. to hop (play hopscotch)
    hinkelen; hinken
    • hinkelen werkwoord (hinkel, hinkelt, hinkelde, hinkelden, gehinkeld)
    • hinken werkwoord (hink, hinkt, hinkte, hinkten, gehinkt)
  2. to hop
    hoppen
    • hoppen werkwoord (hop, hopt, hopte, hopten, gehopt)

Conjugations for hop:

present
  1. hop
  2. hop
  3. hops
  4. hop
  5. hop
  6. hop
simple past
  1. hopped
  2. hopped
  3. hopped
  4. hopped
  5. hopped
  6. hopped
present perfect
  1. have hopped
  2. have hopped
  3. has hopped
  4. have hopped
  5. have hopped
  6. have hopped
past continuous
  1. was hopping
  2. were hopping
  3. was hopping
  4. were hopping
  5. were hopping
  6. were hopping
future
  1. shall hop
  2. will hop
  3. will hop
  4. shall hop
  5. will hop
  6. will hop
continuous present
  1. am hopping
  2. are hopping
  3. is hopping
  4. are hopping
  5. are hopping
  6. are hopping
subjunctive
  1. be hopped
  2. be hopped
  3. be hopped
  4. be hopped
  5. be hopped
  6. be hopped
diverse
  1. hop!
  2. let's hop!
  3. hopped
  4. hopping
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Vertaal Matrix voor hop:

Zelfstandig NaamwoordVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
bierhop hop
hop hop; hops hoopoe; hoopoo
sprongetje hop; skip
- hops; record hop
WerkwoordVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
hinkelen hop; play hopscotch
hinken hop; play hopscotch have a limp; hobble; limp; walk with a limp
hoppen hop
- hop-skip; skip
OverVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
- school dance

Verwante woorden van "hop":

  • hoping, hops

Synoniemen voor "hop":


Verwante definities voor "hop":

  1. the act of hopping; jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)1
  2. an informal dance where popular music is played1
  3. twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes; the dried flowers of this plant are used in brewing to add the characteristic bitter taste to beer1
  4. travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.1
    • She hopped a train to Chicago1
    • He hopped rides all over the country1
  5. jump lightly1
  6. make a jump forward or upward1
  7. jump across1
    • He hopped the bush1
  8. traverse as if by a short airplane trip1
  9. move quickly from one place to another1
  10. In data communications, one segment of the path between routers on a geographically dispersed network.2

Wiktionary: hop

hop
verb
  1. jump a short distance

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
hop hop HopfenBotanik: der echte Hopfen, eine 5 m hohe Kletterpflanze, dient als Bitterstoff-Erzeuger in der Bierbrauerei
hop hop houblonplante grimpante de la famille des Urticaceae, dont l'inflorescence femelle employer dans la fabrication de la bière.
hop huppelen sautiller — Faire de petits sauts redoubler.