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hop off

In network transmission, to move off one network onto another. Network technologies may be the same or different. For example, data could hop off a large IP network onto a small IP network. Voice traffic could hop off an SS7 network onto a VoIP network. See hop.
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And people from elsewhere can easily hop off I-5 to take advantage of a very handy collection of shops and services.
It runs in a circular route, so you can hop off and do a bit of sightseeing along the way.
Voters will not have forgotten two earlier misconceptions, the first after delivering a speech at Scarborough on the merits of rail travel over the car, when he later boarded a train only to conveniently hop off at the first stop where his car awaited him.
It's time to hop off your high horse and pause for a reality check.
All he needed were a few good practices, and he'd hop off the bench to save the day.
Video replays showed that the ball took a little hop off the grass before settling into the webbing of Butler's glove, but, ``I'll take it,'' he said.
Kangaroo tours, which let visitors hop off and on zoo bus tours throughout the day, cost $8 for adults, $5 for kids.
Just a short hop off the Ventura County coast by boat or plane, the Channel Islands offer a remote getaway close to home.