Word: pop

Category: pop

Arts & Entertainment, Computers & Electronics, Food & Drink

Related words: pop

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Synonyms: pop

popular

Translations: pop

spanish
estallido, reventar


german
papa, mineralwasser, knallgeräusch, vati, pop, ...

french
éclater, papa, claquer, soda, frapper, ...

italian
popolare

portuguese
estouro, pnf, de pop, do pop

dutch
pa, papa

russian
хватиться, папаша, хлопать, выталкивать, щелкать, ...

norwegian
lokal, popup, hurtig

swedish
popup, snabb, popkonst

finnish
pop, isä, livahtaa, populaari

danish
popup, i pop

czech
třesknout, bouchnout, populární

polish
wpaść, korkowiec, trzask, pękać, puknięcie, ...

hungarian
pukk, pukkanás, próbálkozás

turkish
açılır, açılan, bir pop, popüler

greek
ποπ, σουτάρει χωρίς καμία πίεση, αναδυόμενο, καμία πίεση

ukrainian
слабість, кволість, слабкість

albanian
Logo, popit, e pop

bulgarian
поп, изскачащото, изскачащ, изскачащи

belarusian
поп

estonian
popp

croatian
baciti, dati, pucanj, gurnuti

icelandic
popp, hvellur, skjóta, Sprengdu

lithuanian
tėvelis, tėtis, popmuzika

latvian
popmūzika, tētis

macedonian
поп, скокачки

romanian
tata

slovenian
populární

Popularity stats: pop

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The meaning and "use of": pop

adjective
  • of or relating to commercial popular music.
  • (especially of a technical, scientific, or academic subject) made accessible to the general public; popularized.

noun
  • a light explosive sound.
  • a patch of bright color.
  • a ball hit high in the air but not deep, providing an easy catch.
  • an attempt.
  • commercial popular music, in particular accessible, tuneful music of a kind popular since the 1950s and sometimes contrasted with rock, soul, or other forms of popular music.

verb
  • make a light explosive sound.
  • go somewhere, typically for a short time and often without notice.
  • (of a batter) hit a pop fly.
  • take or inject (a drug).
  • pawn (something).

adverb
  • with a light explosive sound.

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