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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)

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Surely, all the sycophantic posturing from the TV channels after the Queen Mum and Mags popped off their mortal coils last year, was enough for everyone.
He was walking in after an easy canter last Friday and he just popped off," Mrs Pitman said.
The provided speaker grille can be easily popped off and replaced with a custom grille featuring any of hundreds of print selections from the ArtGekko(TM) Collection, a line of printed speaker grilles and custom frames for use with the Gekko Flat Speaker line.
For blood tubes, the translucent, pliant cover is placed over the cap, gripped and the top popped off.
Tiffany, 24, who is in LA to try to crack the US, popped off her bikini top to prevent any tan lines and nearly gave onlookers more than an eyeful when she applied her sun lotion.
It's lose lose for the motorist - no doubt if they popped off to get some change, by the time they came back a parking fine would have been slapped on the windscreen.
It was similar to one that popped off on Tuesday and floated free.
What happens to a divot after it is popped off the test fixture will be captured by two high-speed digital cameras, each capable of shooting 2,000 to 10,000 images per second.
Or maybe these supernova explosions, which popped off at a time when the universe was about 10 billion years old, were intrinsically dimmer than younger ones.
Assistant Supervisor Doug Burns, 63, didn't hesitate when Buchanan popped off the 50-pound manhole cover from a storm drain on Citrus Drive in Valencia.