Noun(1) an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk(2) a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring(3) a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork(4) music of general appeal to teenagers; a bland watered-down version of rock'n'roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love
Verb(1) bulge outward(2) hit a pop-fly(3) make a sharp explosive noise(4) fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise(5) cause to make a sharp explosive sound(6) appear suddenly or unexpectedly(7) put or thrust suddenly and forcefully(8) release suddenly(9) hit or strike(10) drink down entirely(11) take drugs, especially orally(12) cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound(13) burst open with a sharp, explosive sound
Adjective(1) (of music or art, especially among young people
Adverb(1) like a pop or with a pop
(1) In doing this, lest we forget, he forged the template for the truly modern pop star that has yet to be broken.(2) I had to pop the silver, dear.(3) Brilliant on so many levels - from a pop star point of view, from an artist point of view, and from a fan point of view.(4) And if you're not up to cooking a casserole, pop some part-made bread from the supermarket in the oven to get those home-made smells going.(5) If that's all too much to remember, there are a few pills you can pop before the memory-enhancing medication hits the market.(6) He was already interested in progressive and anti-war politics, and new pop stars such as Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin fueled his passion.(7) Yes, dear reader, ice cream and mineral waters, or soda and pop as they are called today, was indeed a luxury for many Irish people in times past.(8) There was already a table set out with various appetizers, bottled water, pop , beer and wine.(9) Part of pop psychology is that you should acknowledge your feelings, but there's no place for them in the workplace.(10) Nothing raises a pop star's stock quite as effectively as working knowledge of a damn good look.(11) And frankly, who wouldn't want to pop a few placid pills or love potions just to escape from the long list of wicked words mentioned above.(12) After I ordered us a large pizza and a bottle of pop , I hung up again and went back over to where Blaine was sitting.(13) The pattern here is that businesses are falling for pop psychology fads that have no basis in the true science of psychology.(14) The category of pop and rock music was left up to the audience to choose a winner.(15) If there's one European pop star who deserves worldwide success the most, it has to be Robyn.(16) She chewed her sour apple gum furiously as the plane took off to help her ears pop .