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Hop In

Meaning/Usage: Used to tell someone to get in the car

Explanation: "Hop" is like a small jump.  So this phrase is pretty straightforward.

"Hop in.  You can ride with me to the grocery store."
"Hop in.  We need to leave right away."
"If you need a ride home, hop on in."

A.  "I can't believe my car broke down again."
B.  "Hop in, and I'll give you a ride home."
A.  "Thanks man."
B.  "You're welcome."

Other Common Sentences

"Get in the car."
"Jump in the car"


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