Synonyme von pop
a nonalcoholic fizzy drink(informal) He still visits the village shop for buns and fizzy pop.
a light sharp explosive soundEach corn kernel will make a loud pop when cooked.
to burst with a small explosive soundI gave a start when the balloon popped.
(of the eyes) to protrudeMy eyes popped at the sight of so much food.
to place suddenly or unexpectedlyHe plucked a grape from the bunch and popped it into his mouth.
She put her bag on the floor.
He took a key from his pocket and inserted it into the lock.
I pushed through the crowds and on to the escalator.
They stuck a needle in my back.
The knife stuck in his chest.
They thrust him into the back of a jeep.
He tried to tuck his shirt inside his trousers.
He shoved a cloth into my hand.
to enter or leave briefly or suddenly(informal Wendy popped in for a quick visit on Monday night.
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in the sense of bulge
to swell outwards
He bulges out of his black T-shirt.
in the sense of crack
a sudden sharp noise
Suddenly there was a loud crack and glass flew into the air.
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