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Hopper or hoppers may refer to:
- A storage container used to dispense granular materials through the use of a chute to restrict flow, sometimes assisted by mechanical agitation
- A storage container used to collect granular materials designed to easily dispense these materials through the use of gravity.
- Hopper (spacecraft), a proposed spacecraft
- Hopper balloon, a kind of ultralight hot air balloon
- Hopper barge, a kind of barge
- Hopper car, a type of railway freight car
- Slant wagon, a type of wagon that is essentially a hopper; used in agriculture.
- Space hopper, a toy: a ball with handles for bouncing on.
- USS Hopper, a U.S. Navy destroyer
- Leafhopper, a member of the family Cicadellidae
- Treehopper, a member of the family Membracidae (typical treehoppers) or Aetalionidae
- The immature form of a locust
- Hopper (Mobile X-ray Hopper), for storage and transportation of x-ray cassettes and associated equipment.
- Hopper (surname)
- The Hoppers, a Southern Gospel family ensemble
- Hopper (company), a big-data start-up based in Cambridge, Massachusetts
- H.O.P.P.E.R.S. or Hoppers, the nickname of the fictional Huerta, California, from Jaime Hernandez's Locas graphic novels published in Love and Rockets
- Grasshopper (disambiguation)
- one who harvests hops
- Hoppers (game), peg solitaire game released by Think Fun
- Hopper (video game), a 1984 Frogger clone published by Acornsoft
- Hopper (food) or Appam or Aappam hoppers, a type of food in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Sri Lankan cuisine
- fairy chess piece
- The bill hopper, wooden box on the desk of the Clerk of the United States House of Representatives in which bills or resolutions to be voted on are deposited
- Hopper, the primary antagonist in Disney's animated film A Bug's Life
- a mountain and valley in the Hunza–Nagar District of Pakistan
- Hopper crystal, a type of crystal formation shaped like a hopper wagon
- Urban entry-level drug dealers or drug dealers' aides—typically minors—are colloquially called hoppers.
- Dish Hopper (DVR), a service of Dish Network known for its AutoHop commercial-skipping feature.
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