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pop art

  
  
Pop art is a style of modern art which began in the 1960s. It uses bright colours and takes a lot of its techniques and subject matter from everyday, modern life.      n-uncount  
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pop     ( pops    plural & 3rd person present)   ( popping    present participle)   ( popped    past tense & past participle  )
1       n-uncount   Pop is modern music that usually has a strong rhythm and uses electronic equipment.  
oft N n  
...the perfect combination of Caribbean rhythms, European pop, and American soul..., ...a life-size poster of a pop star..., I know nothing about pop music.     
2       n-uncount   You can refer to fizzy drinks such as lemonade as pop.  
  (mainly BRIT)  
INFORMAL   He still visits the village shop for buns and fizzy pop., ...glass pop bottles.     
in AM, usually use soda pop     
3       n-count; sound   Pop is used to represent a short sharp sound, for example the sound made by bursting a balloon or by pulling a cork out of a bottle.  
His back tyre just went pop on a motorway.     
4       verb   If something pops, it makes a short sharp sound.  
He untwisted the wire off the champagne bottle, and the cork popped and shot to the ceiling.      V  
5       verb   If your eyes pop, you look very surprised or excited when you see something.  
INFORMAL   My eyes popped at the sight of the rich variety of food on show.      V  
6       verb   If you pop something somewhere, you put it there quickly.  
  (BRIT)  
INFORMAL   He plucked a purple grape from the bunch and popped it in his mouth.      V n prep/adv  
7       verb   If you pop somewhere, you go there for a short time.  
  (BRIT)  
INFORMAL   Wendy popped in for a quick bite to eat on Monday night.      V adv/prep  
8       n-family   Some people call their father pop.  
  (mainly AM)  
INFORMAL   I looked at Pop and he had big tears in his eyes...     
in BRIT, usually use dad     
9   
    to pop the question  
    question   pop up      phrasal verb   If someone or something pops up, they appear in a place or situation unexpectedly.  
INFORMAL  
(=appear)  

She was startled when Lisa popped up at the door all smiles...      V P  
    pop-up  


POP     ( POPs    plural  ) A POP is equipment that gives access to the Internet. POP is an abbreviation for `point of presence'.     (COMPUTING)      n-count  
pop.   pop. is an abbreviation for population. It is used before a number when indicating the total population of a city or country.  
Somalia, pop. 7.9 million, income per head about £1.60 a week.     
pop art     
Pop art is a style of modern art which began in the 1960s. It uses bright colours and takes a lot of its techniques and subject matter from everyday, modern life.      n-uncount  
pop-up  
1       adj   A pop-up book, usually a children's book, has pictures that stand up when you open the pages.  
ADJ n  
2       adj   A pop-up toaster has a mechanism that pushes slices of bread up when they are toasted.  
ADJ n  
soda pop        ( soda pops    plural  ) Soda pop is a sweet fizzy drink.  
  (AM)      n-uncount   (=soda)  
      A soda pop is a bottle or a glass of soda pop., n-count  
vox pop     ( vox pops    plural  ) In a radio or television programme, a vox pop is an item consisting of a series of short interviews with ordinary members of the public.  
  (mainly BRIT, JOURNALISM)      n-var  

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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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POP, pop., pop up, soda pop

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exp.
telling someone to fight you."do sth !"
[Slang]
exp.
yell at someone; attack someone verbally or physically
[Slang];[UK]
n.
An abbreviation of the word 'relationship.' The word describes fans' approval of fictional or desired romances between characters or pop culture figures.
Example: I totally ship Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber.
n.
1. the art of public speaking in which gesture, vocal production, and delivery are emphasized 2.the study of formal speaking in pronunciation, grammar, style, and tone.
n.
the skillful art of eyeing and identifying employment arrangements, by either job seekers or the publishers of staffing vacancies.
[Bus.] Ex.: Jack was adept at employerism and thus was able to fill most of the job openings in his department in a relatively short period of time.
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