hip-hop

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hip-hop ‎(uncountable)

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  1. An Afro-American urban youth culture based on rap music, breakdancing etc
    • 2007, James McBide, Hip-Hop Planet, National Geographic (April 2007), 106,
      "...not knowning as they strolled through the doors of the community center near Bambaataa's mother's apartment that they were writing musical history. Among them was an MC named Lovebug Starski, who was said to utter the phrase 'hip-hop' between breaks in time."
  2. (music) A form of popular and dance music featuring strong percussion and a powerful rhythm, usually accompanied by rapping.

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DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English hip-hop.

NounEdit

hip-hop m ‎(uncountable)

  1. hip-hop

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From English

NounEdit

hip-hop

  1. hip-hop

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of hip-hop (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative hip-hop hip-hopit
genitive hip-hopin hip-hopien
partitive hip-hopia hip-hopeja
illative hip-hopiin hip-hopeihin
singular plural
nominative hip-hop hip-hopit
accusative nom. hip-hop hip-hopit
gen. hip-hopin
genitive hip-hopin hip-hopien
partitive hip-hopia hip-hopeja
inessive hip-hopissa hip-hopeissa
elative hip-hopista hip-hopeista
illative hip-hopiin hip-hopeihin
adessive hip-hopilla hip-hopeilla
ablative hip-hopilta hip-hopeilta
allative hip-hopille hip-hopeille
essive hip-hopina hip-hopeina
translative hip-hopiksi hip-hopeiksi
instructive hip-hopein
abessive hip-hopitta hip-hopeitta
comitative hip-hopeineen

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hip-hop m ‎(uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of hip hop

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NounEdit

hip-hop m (uncountable)

  1. Alternative spelling of hip hop
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