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pop

  
[1]  
      vb   , pops, popping, popped  
1    to make or cause to make a light sharp explosive sound  
2    to burst open or cause to burst open with such a sound  
3    intr; often foll by: in, out, etc.  
Informal   to come (to) or go (from) rapidly or suddenly; to pay a brief or unexpected visit (to)  
4    intr   (esp. of the eyes) to protrude  
her eyes popped with amazement     
5    to shoot or fire at (a target) with a firearm  
6    tr   to place or put with a sudden movement  
she popped some tablets into her mouth     
7    tr  
Informal   to pawn  
he popped his watch yesterday     
8    tr  
Slang   to take (a drug) in pill form or as an injection  
pill popping     
9    pop one's clogs      See       clog       9  
10    pop the question  
Informal   to propose marriage  
      n  
11    a light sharp explosive sound; crack  
12    Informal   a flavoured nonalcoholic carbonated beverage  
      adv  
13    with a popping sound  
      interj  
14    an exclamation denoting a sharp explosive sound,   (See also)        pop off       pop-up  
     (C14: of imitative origin)  
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pop   [2]  
      n  
1   
a    music of general appeal, esp. among young people, that originated as a distinctive genre in the 1950s. It is generally characterized by a heavy rhythmic element and the use of electrical amplification  
b    (as modifier)  
pop music, a pop record, a pop group     
2    Informal   a piece of popular or light classical music  
      adj  
3    Informal      short for       popular  

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POP  
      abbrev. for   Post Office Preferred (size of envelopes, etc.)  


pop   [1]  
      vb   , pops, popping, popped  
1    to make or cause to make a light sharp explosive sound  
2    to burst open or cause to burst open with such a sound  
3    intr; often foll by: in, out, etc.  
Informal   to come (to) or go (from) rapidly or suddenly; to pay a brief or unexpected visit (to)  
4    intr   (esp. of the eyes) to protrude  
her eyes popped with amazement     
5    to shoot or fire at (a target) with a firearm  
6    tr   to place or put with a sudden movement  
she popped some tablets into her mouth     
7    tr  
Informal   to pawn  
he popped his watch yesterday     
8    tr  
Slang   to take (a drug) in pill form or as an injection  
pill popping     
9    pop one's clogs      See       clog       9  
10    pop the question  
Informal   to propose marriage  
      n  
11    a light sharp explosive sound; crack  
12    Informal   a flavoured nonalcoholic carbonated beverage  
      adv  
13    with a popping sound  
      interj  
14    an exclamation denoting a sharp explosive sound,   (See also)        pop off       pop-up  
     (C14: of imitative origin)  
pop   [2]  
      n  
1   
a    music of general appeal, esp. among young people, that originated as a distinctive genre in the 1950s. It is generally characterized by a heavy rhythmic element and the use of electrical amplification  
b    (as modifier)  
pop music, a pop record, a pop group     
2    Informal   a piece of popular or light classical music  
      adj  
3    Informal      short for       popular  
pop   [3]  
      n  
1       an informal word for       father  
2    Informal   a name used in addressing an old or middle-aged man  
pop.  
      abbrev. for  
1    popular  
2    popularly  
3    population  
pop art  
      n   a movement in modern art that imitates the methods, styles, and themes of popular culture and mass media, such as comic strips, advertising, and science fiction  
pop off  
      vb   intr, adv  
Informal  
1    to depart suddenly or unexpectedly  
2    to die, esp. suddenly or unexpectedly  
he popped off at the age of sixty     
3    to speak out angrily or indiscreetly  
he popped off at his boss and got fired     
pop shop  
      n      a slang word for a       pawnshop  
pop-up  
      adj  
1    (of an appliance) characterized by or having a mechanism that pops up  
a pop-up toaster     
2    (of a book) having pages that rise when opened to simulate a three-dimensional form  
      vb  
  pop up  
3    intr, adv   to appear suddenly from below  
skin-pop   Slang  
      n  
1    the subcutaneous or intramuscular injection of a narcotic  
      vb   , -pops, -popping, -popped  
2    intr   to take drugs in such a way  
soda pop  
      n     (U.S.)  
informal   a fizzy drink  
vox pop  
      n   interviews with members of the public on a radio or television programme  
     (C20: shortened from vox populi)  

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pop   [3]  
      n  
1       an informal word for       father  
2    Informal   a name used in addressing an old or middle-aged man  

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pop

  

      vb  
1    bang, burst, crack, explode, go off, report, snap  
2      (often with)       in, out, etc.     (informal)   appear, call, come or go suddenly, drop in     (informal)   leave quickly, nip in     (Brit. informal)   nip out     (Brit. informal)   visit  
3      (especially of eyes)   bulge, protrude, stick out  
4    insert, push, put, shove, slip, stick, thrust, tuck  
      n  
5    bang, burst, crack, explosion, noise, report  
6      (informal)   fizzy drink, ginger     (Scot.)   lemonade, soda water, soft drink  

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have a pop at someone exp.
yell at someone; attack someone verbally or physically
[Slang];[UK]

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