Hop

[networking] In computer networking, a hop is one portion of the path between source and destination. Data packets pass through routers and gateways on the way. Each time packets are passed to the next device, a hop occurs. To see how many hops it takes to get from one host to another ping or traceroute/tracepath commands can be used. == Ho...
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hop

[n] - twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes 2. [n] - an informal dance where popular music is played 3. [n] - the act of hopping (jumping upward or forward (especially on one foot)) 4. [v] - move quickly from one place to another 5. [v] - make a quick trip esp. by air 6. [v] - ju...
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Hop

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) The passage of a packet through one router.
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HOP

High Oriented Polyolefin speaker diaphragm combines high strength with low mass resulting in instant response and optimum sound quality
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Hop

Hop intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Hopped ; present participle & verbal noun Hopping .] [ Middle English hoppen to hop, leap, dance, Anglo-Saxon hoppian ; akin to Icelandic & Swedish hoppa , Danish
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Hop

Hop noun 1. A leap on one leg, as of a boy; a leap, as of a toad; a jump; a spring. 2. A dance; esp., an informal dance of ball. [ Colloq.] Hop , skip (or step ), and jump , a game or athletic sport in which the participants cover as much ground a...
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Hop

Hop transitive verb To impregnate with hops. Mortimer.
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hop

1. A leap on one leg, as of a boy; a leap, as of a toad; a jump; a spring. ... 2. A dance; especially, an informal dance of ball. Hop, skip (or step), and jump, a game or athletic sport in which the participants cover as much ground as possible by a hop, stride, and jump in succession. ... 1. <botany> A climbing plant (Humulus Lupulus), havin...
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hop

record hop noun an informal dance where popular music is played
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Hop

• (v. i.) To walk lame; to limp; to halt. • (n.) The catkin or strobilaceous fruit of the hop, much used in brewing to give a bitter taste. • (n.) A climbing plant (Humulus Lupulus), having a long, twining, annual stalk. It is cultivated for its fruit (hops). • (n.) A dance; esp., an informal dance of ball. • (v. i.) To gat...
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hop

either of two species of the genus Humulus, nonwoody annual or perennial vines in the hemp family (Cannabinaceae) native to temperate North America, ... [1 related articles]
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Hop

Hop is slang for a dance.
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Hop

[software] Hop is a Lisp-like programming language by Manuel Serrano for web 2.0 and also the name of the web broker (server and proxy) that implements this language. It is written in Bigloo Scheme. It is a project funded by INRIA. ==Language design== The code snippet above illustrates a few concepts. ==Issues== Given its recent introductio...
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hop

a propagation path between two points on the surface of the Earth, comprising one or more ionospheric reflections but without intermediate reflection by the ground
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hop

jump a short distance, sometimes on one foot
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hop

hop, herbaceous perennial vine of the family Moraceae (mulberry family), widely cultivated since early times for brewing purposes. The commercial hop (Humulus lupulus) is native to Eurasia but is now grown in many temperate regions, notably England, Germany, the United States, South America, and Aus...
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Hop

The hop (Humulus Lupulus) is a native British and European plant of the hemp family Cannabiaceae, natural order Urticaceae. The root is perennial giving out several herbaceous, rough, twining stems with large lobed leaves. The the fertile flowers are green; the fruit is a catkin and the catkins are added to beer to give it its aromatic and bitter f...
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Hop

[protein] Hop, occasionally written HOP, is an abbreviation for Hsp70-Hsp90 Organizing Protein. It functions as a co-chaperone which reversibly links together the protein chaperones Hsp70 and Hsp90. ...
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Hop

[telecommunications] In telecommunication, a hop is a portion of a signal`s journey from source to receiver. Examples include: ...
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Hop

When accessing a WAN or Internet, data packets often have to travel through several places to reach it's destination, each place the packet lands on is called a hop.
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hop

glacier retreat(s) or recession(s)
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Hop

In routed networks, the passage of a packet through a router on the way to its destination.
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hop

a movement whereby the body is propelled through space by springing from one foot and landing on the same foot.
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