Definition of 'pop'
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He had massive pop hits sometimes without any promotion at all. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then you can just pop them straight into the pot when you're ready to use them. The Sun (2016)But the singer isn't quite the pop novice he makes out. The Sun (2016)Pop back in the oven for a further 5-7 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A classy pop record about following your own path. The Sun (2016)APPARENTLY more and more people who pop their clogs are not having religious hymns played at their funerals. The Sun (2016)The next big thing in classical crossover pop music? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why do old people dislike pop music? The Sun (2013)This modern pop does have its champions. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If not pop back in for another hour or so. The Sun (2013)Is it going to pop up in the film? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The pop star was seen staying close to his girlfriend as she showed off her skiing prowess. The Sun (2013)Why does the land of the midnight sun produce so much electronic pop? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Would she want to make a pop album again? The Sun (2014)Pop music usurped comics in my affections. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We have to get out of the mindset that you can pop one pill and be cured. The Sun (2012)We all know they belong in the fizzy pop league. The Sun (2008)What do you call a pop band in a farmyard? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The answer depends on how sentimental you are about pop. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are a lot of literary references and dark elements yet you like to be called a pop band? The Sun (2007)We weren't this smiley pop group. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But landing at No3 still means another hit for the pop princess. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'pop'
British English: pop NOUN
music Pop is modern music that usually has a strong rhythm and uses electronic equipment.
He knew nothing about pop music.
British English: pop 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.
British English: pop NOUN
sound Pop is used to represent a short sharp sound such as the sound made by bursting a balloon or by pulling a cork out of a bottle.
Each corn kernel will make a loud pop when cooked.
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