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pop
/ pCp; pBp/ n 1 [C] short sharp explosive sound : The cork came out of the bottle with a loud pop. . 2 [U] (infml ) (esp non-alcoholic) fizzy drink ; : a bottle of pop . 3 (idm ) in pop; US in hock (sl ) in pawn ; .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
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pop
adv with a pop : It came out pop. . * go pop, ie make a pop .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
pop
/ pCp; pBp/ n (infml ) (used esp as a term of address ) (a) father . Cf papa, poppa. (b) any older man ; .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
pop
/ pCp; pBp/ n [U, C usu pl , ] (infml ) modern popular style, esp in music : pop music, culture * a pop singer, song, concert * top of the pops, ie the most popular current recordings . Cf classical 2.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
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pop
abbr = population: pop 12m, ie 12 million 1200.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
pop
/ pCp; pBp/ v (-pp-) 1 [I, Ip] make a short sharp explosive sound (as when a cork comes out of a bottle) : Champagne corks were popping (away) throughout the celebrations. . 2 [Tn] cause (sth) to burst with such a sound , : The children were popping balloons. . 3 [Tn] (US) dry (corn) until it bursts open and puffs up : pop maize . 4 [Ip] ~ away/off (at sth) (infml ) fire a gun (at sth) : They were popping away at the rabbits all afternoon. . 5 [Tn] (dated Brit infml , ) pawn (sth) . 6 (idm ) pop the `question (infml ) make a proposal of marriage . 7 (phr v) pop across, down, out etc come or go quickly or suddenly in thedirection specified , : He's just poppeddown the road to the shops. . * She's popped over to see her mother. . * He's only popped out for a few minutes. . * Where's Tom popped off to? ? pop sth across, in, into, etc sth put or take sth somewhere quickly or suddenly : pop a letter in the post * She popped the tart into the oven. . * He popped his head round the door to say goodbye. . pop in make a brief visit ; : She often pops in for coffee. . pop sth in deliver sth as one is passing : I'll pop the books in on my way home. . pop off (infml ) die : She said she had no intention of popping off for some time yet.. pop out (of sth) come out suddenly : The rabbits popped out as soon as we opened the hutch. , . * (fig ) His eyes nearly popped out of his head when he saw what he had won. , . pop up (infml ) appear or occur, esp when not expected , : He seems to pop up in the most unlikely places. , .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
pop
/ pCp; pBp/ n [U, C usu pl , ] (infml ) modern popular style, esp in music : pop music, culture * a pop singer, song, concert * top of the pops, ie the most popular current recordings . Cf classical 2.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
pop
/ pCp; pBp/ n (infml ) (used esp as a term of address ) (a) father . Cf papa, poppa. (b) any older man ; .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07
pop
adv with a pop : It came out pop. . * go pop, ie make a pop .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:07

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