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Synonyms for pop

Synonyms for pop

to make a sudden sharp, explosive noise

to come open or fly apart suddenly and violently, as from internal pressure

pop in: to go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize

a sudden sharp, explosive noise

Synonyms for pop

an informal term for a father

a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring

a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork

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music of general appeal to teenagers

hit a pop-fly

make a sharp explosive noise

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fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise

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cause to make a sharp explosive sound

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appear suddenly or unexpectedly

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put or thrust suddenly and forcefully

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release suddenly

hit or strike

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take drugs, especially orally

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cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound

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burst open with a sharp, explosive sound

(of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)

References in periodicals archive ?
The unit can make up to nine pops before refreezing the unit again.
Pop Pals Ice Pop Holders were invented by Stephanie Veve in Temecula, California.
Lickety Sip Ice Pop Makers: The flat rounded molds produce a traditional homemade shape reminiscent of the Tupperware safety ring pops of yesteryear.
The former section comprises the transcripts of an online symposium and a glimpse into the making of a Jeff Koons painting; the latter, nine feature-length articles: five monographs (each highlights an artist who engages pop material in a different and exemplary way) and four thematic essays investigating modulations in appropriation (high) and sampling (low)--a conceptual leitmotif of the issue.
Suddenly, according to Goldberg, the right wing had learned how to use pop culture.
Not only did both of the latter cuts resurrect the notion of primal, club-spiced rhythms as fodder for pop success, they were both by bands fronted by men with undeniably queer images: Soft Cell's Marc Almond was out during the act's heyday, though Queen singer Freddie Mercury's homosexuality remained an open secret until after his AIDS-related passing in 1991.
POP teams compete against other teams in their plant for the most impressive results.
Actual effects of pop on oral and systemic health are a direct result of the quantity and nature of consumption.
We were astonished to learn that after every Pittsburgh home game, Pop would sit down in the locker room and write a complete account of the game for a local newspaper
Many countries have already banned the production and use of some of the POPs, but the resistance of these compounds to breakdown and their propensity to evaporate and settle out hundreds or thousands of miles away (SN: 7/15/95, p.
The pop internationalist scenario requires the impossible: for a cheaplabor country to run a trade surplus but still attract foreign capital.
As a big fan of Astro Pops, I was so unhappy that Spangler stopped producing the pop that I decided to buy the rights and re-introduce the brand," said Ellia Kassoff, CEO of Astro Pop, LLC.
Pop returned art to a grounding in the real--though by then, the real was less realistic.
Today, 90 percent of all popcorn sold is microwave popcorn, points out Tom Elsen, vice president of marketing for Sioux City, Iowa-based Jolly Time Pop Corn, one of the top three volume popcorn processors in the world.
Accumulated market research notwithstanding, there is neither pop culture nor mass culture; in the end there is only personal culture.