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2 : to push, put, or thrust suddenly or briefly pops a grape into his mouth She popped her head in the door. Pop the pastry in the oven for ten minutes.
1a : to go, come, or appear suddenly images popping up on the screen New businesses are popping up all over town. ((figurative)) We were discussing candidates for the job, and your name popped up. She popped in for a visit. We"re going to pop next door for a minute. The idea just popped into my head. The chipmunk popped out of its burrow. : to move suddenly from one position or state to another Her eyes popped open. When I heard the siren, I popped straight up in bed.
b : to escape or break away from something (such as a point of attachment) usually suddenly or unexpectedly The lid keeps popping off of the container. A couple of screws popped loose. The instant I felt the front tires lurch forward, I applied some throttle and the truck popped free.— Slaton L. White
c : to be or become striking or prominent colors that pop … a mild sauce punctuated with tiny dried shrimp that pop with salinity.— John Kessler
3 : to protrude or seem to protrude from the sockets : to open very wide eyes popping with amazement
7 : a small portion of something that makes a vivid impression … clean lines … set off by bright pops of color …— Catherine Piercy
b : of or relating to the popular culture disseminated through the mass media pop psychology pop grammarians pop society
b pops plural : an orchestra that plays light classical and popular music went to hear the Boston Pops also : light classical and popular music played typically by an orchestra a summer pops concert
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