Definition of Carhop

1. Noun. A waiter at a drive-in restaurant.

Generic synonyms: Server, Waiter



Definition of Carhop

1. Noun. (American English) A person who waits on customers at a drive-in restaurant, sometimes on rollerskates ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Carhop

1. to serve customers at a drive-in restaurant [v -HOPPED, -HOPPING, -HOPS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carhop

cargo ships
cargo shorts
cargo vessel
cargo vessels
cargoe
cargoed
cargoes
cargoing
cargoless
cargoose
cargoplane
cargoplanes
cargos
cargoship
cargoships
carhop (current term)
carhopped
carhopping
carhops
carhouse
carhouses
cariacou
cariacous
cariad
cariads
cariamas
carib wood
caribbean region
caribe
caribes

Literary usage of Carhop

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1. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana (1844)
"On all black and green glass bottles, and jars, and on all demijohns and carhop, SO per cent ad valorem, instead of the various duties imposed, ..."

2. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1892)
"... the late Professor carhop, Dr. ARNOLD LEES, and others, conclusively demonstrate the excellence, high digestive power, and medicinal value of the above ..."

3. A Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry by Arnold Frederik Holleman (1902)
"metal is_ carhop, which is present in all organized substances, and is therefore a constituent of every animal and plant. Sulphur, which burns with a. blue ..."

4. An Elementary Manual of Chemistry: Abridged from Eliot and Storer's Manual by Frank Humphreys Storer, Charles William Eliot, William Ripley Nichols (1877)
"carhop Potassium Iron Ammonium protoxide. sulphate. sulphate. sulphate. This reaction has already been taken advantage of in the prepara- ..."

5. The Science Record edited by Alfred Ely Beach (1873)
"... submitted to the action of the solution of potassium in the liquefied vapor; the free potassium disappeared, but no elementary carhop was liberated. ..."

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