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Noun
An explosive sound
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“The pilot heard a loud pop that he thought may have been a compressor stall.”
Noun
A sweet fizzy drink
“We drank fizzy pop with sugar in it, but we were never overweight because we were always outside playing.”
Noun
A male parent
“I came home and spoke to my pop about it, and he felt that I was too young to be put through that ordeal.”
Noun
A small round or roundish mark, differing in color or texture from the surface around it
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Popular music
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Modern ways of living
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Soft rock-n-roll music
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An instance of injecting or being injected
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An attempt or effort towards an endeavor
Verb
To, or cause to, explode or make an explosive sound
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“When the first corn kernels start to pop, place the lid on the pan.”
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To go somewhere for a short time, often without notice
“I pop to the supermarket to get the ingredients I need to make my croissants.”
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To put or place something, typically where it will snugly or perfectly fit
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“To prepare a drink, simply pop a Nespresso capsule into the machine and select the brewing method of your choice.”
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To appear, especially suddenly
“She hadn't been expecting him to pop out from nowhere, and she stepped back in surprise.”
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To shoot someone or something with a gun
“Jimmy was highly tempted to pay his nemesis Jack Walsh to pop his own incompetent hitman, Tony.”
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To hit or strike someone or something
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“I grab the first guy I see and pop him in the face as hard as I can.”
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To come off with a pop
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To give as security on a loan
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To extend beyond or above a surface
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To destroy by, or as if by, an explosion
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Hit a flat surface
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To discharge a projectile
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Introduce into bloodstream by use of a needle
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To make or cause to make a short, sharp clicking sound
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To undo or open a lock or something locked
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To experience a physical orgasm as a male
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To move quickly, typically with a buzzing or whirring sound
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To expel or spew a substance
Adjective
Regarded as fashionable, modern or chic
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“Different designers claim credit for starting the pop trend, and its origin probably comes from a mixture of four or five styles.”
Adjective
Not highly intellectual or cultured
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