Definition Of bop

verb

a blow or light punch.

All Zephyr had to do to quiet him was bop him softly on the arm, and he cried out in pain.

dance to pop music.

bopping to the radio while they made breakfast

hit; punch lightly.

I warned him I'd bop him on the nose if he tried it

Example Of bop

  • All Zephyr had to do to quiet him was bop him softly on the arm, and he cried out in pain.

  • An awesome bandleader, Eckstine first fronted a bop big band with musicians who established the vocabulary of modern jazz.

  • As the Vandermark reference suggests, what makes this band a joy to listen to is that they are part of that fraction of the jazz world that is not afraid to combine the energies unleashed by both bop and free jazz in a joyous mix.

  • Audience members can't avoid the urge to dance after watching the band bop around on stage, in time to the good ol' cow tunes.

  • Bargain hunters were able to shop and bop until they dropped as the sweet sound of a 100-voice choir singing a cappella filled The Lowry Designer Outlet at Salford Quays.


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