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  1. pop

    • IPA[pɒp]


    • v.
      make a light explosive sound;cause (something) to burst, making a light explosive sound
    • n.
      a light explosive sound;a sweet fizzy drink such as lemonade
    • adv.
      with a light explosive sound
    • verb: pop, 3rd person present: pops, gerund or present participle: popping, past tense: popped, past participle: popped

    • noun: pop, plural noun: pops

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    • 1. make a light explosive sound corks popped and glasses tinkled 同義詞 go bang, go off with a bang, go off, crack, snap, ... 更多
    • cause (something) to burst, making a light explosive sound they were popping balloons with darts
    • (of a person's ears) make a small popping sound within the head as pressure is equalized, typically because of a change of altitude my ears popped in the lift
    • heat (popcorn or another foodstuff) until it bursts open the hot-air popper pops 4 quarts of popcorn in 5 minutes
    • 2. go somewhere for a short time, often without notice she popped in to see if she could help he popped down to my office 同義詞 go, drop by/in/into/round, stop by, visit, informaltootle, ... 更多
    • put or move (something) somewhere quickly he popped his head around the door she popped a pen into her pocket 同義詞 put, place, slip, slide, push, ... 更多
    • move, appear, or emerge suddenly a head popped out of the back of the wagon another thought popped into my mind
    • North American release, open, or engage (something) quickly or suddenly he pulled a can of beer from the refrigerator and popped its tab
    • 3. (of a person's eyes) open wide and appear to bulge, especially with surprise the man's eyes popped in disbelief
    • 4. appear brighter or more striking in juxtaposition with something of a different or complementary colour she added a slick of red lipstick to make the outfit pop grey creates a calm, neutral backdrop that lets other colors pop
    • 5. informal take or inject (a drug) Williams had spent his life hitting the bottle and popping pills
    • 6. British informal pawn (something) I wouldn't ever sell it—I popped it


    • 1. a light explosive sound there were a few pops, perhaps from pistols 同義詞 bang, crack, snap, boom, explosion, ... 更多
    • 2. informal a sweet fizzy drink such as lemonade a bottle of pop 同義詞 fizzy drink, soft drink, carbonated drink, soda, bellywash, ... 更多
    • 3. a patch of bright colour I like wearing a neutral outfit with one pop of yellow
    • 4. a ball hit high in the air but not far from the home plate, providing an easy catch he caught a pop fly for the third out of the seventh inning


    • 1. with a light explosive sound the champagne went pop