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pop /pɔp/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (thông tục) buổi hoà nhạc bình dân
- đĩa hát bình dân; bài hát bình dân
- danh từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (như) poppa
- tiếng nổ bốp, tiếng nổ lốp bốp
- điểm, vết (đánh dấu cừu...)
- (thông tục) rượu có bọt, đồ uống có bọt (sâm banh, nước chanh gừng...)
- nội động từ
- (+ at) nổ súng vào, bắn
- to pop at a bird: bắn con chim
- thình lình thụt vào, thình lình thò ra, vọt, bật, tạt...
- to pop down: thụt xuống
- to pop in: thụt vào, tạt vào (thăm ai)
- to pop out: thình lình thò ra, vọt ra, bật ra
- to pop up: vọt lên, bật lên
- ngoại động từ
- thình lình làm thò ra, thình lình làm vọt ra, thình lình làm bật ra...
- to pop one's head in: thò đầu vào thình lình
- hỏi thình lình, hỏi chộp (một câu hỏi)
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) rang nở (ngô)
- to pop off
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) bỏ đi bất thình lình
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) nói giận dữ không suy nghĩ
- (từ lóng) nghèo (chết) bất thình lình
- to pop the question
- (thông tục) dạm hỏi, gạ hỏi (làm vợ)
- phó từ
- bốp, đánh bốp một cái
- to go pop: bật ra đánh bốp một cái
- pop went the cork: nút chai bật ra đánh bốp một cái
popped|popping|popspɑp /pɒpThesaurus Dictionary
+an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk
+a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring
+a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork
+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
+hit a pop-fly
+make a sharp explosive noise
+fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise
+cause to make a sharp explosive sound
+appear suddenly or unexpectedly
+put or thrust suddenly and forcefully
+hit or strike
+drink down entirely
+take drugs, especially orally
+cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound
+burst open with a sharp, explosive sound
+(of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)
+like a pop or with a pop
Advanced English Dictionary
1 burst, explode, bang, go off:
The balloon popped, making me jump.
2 Often, pop in or out or by. visit, stop, call, appear, Colloq drop in, Brit nip in:
Guess who popped in to see me on his way to the airport.
3 bulge, protrude, stick out, US bug out:
The little boy's eyes popped when they brought in the birthday cake.
4 explosion, bang, report, crack:
The Christmas cracker went off with a loud pop.
5 soft drink, soda (water); cola, Brit fizzy drink, lemonade, US soda (pop):
A bottle of pop for my daughter and a pint of bitter for me, please.
noun, verb, adjective, adverbCollocation Dictionary
1 (also pop music) [U] modern popular music of the sort that has been popular since the 1950s, usually with a strong rhythm and simple tunes: rock, pop and soul
2 [sing.] (informal, especially AmE) used as a word for 'father', especially as a form of address: Hi, Pop!
3 [C] a short sharp explosive sound: The cork came out of the bottle with a loud pop.
4 [U] (old-fashioned, BrE, informal) a sweet FIZZY drink (= with bubbles) that is not alcoholic
+ verb (-pp-)
1 to make a short explosive sound; to cause sth to make this sound: [V] the sound of corks popping + Flashbulbs were popping all around them. [also VN]
2 to burst, or make sth burst, with a short explosive sound: [VN] She jumped as someone popped a balloon behind her. [also V]
3 [V +adv./prep.] (BrE, informal) to go somewhere quickly, suddenly or for a short time: I'll pop over and see you this evening. + Why don't you pop in (= visit us) for a drink next time you're in the area?
4 [VN +adv./prep.] (informal, especially BrE) to put sth somewhere quickly, suddenly or for a short time: He popped his head around the door and said hello. + I'll pop the books in (= deliver them) on my way home.
5 [V +adv./prep.] to suddenly appear especially when not expected: The window opened and a dog's head popped out. + An idea suddenly popped into his head. + (computing) The menu pops up when you click twice on the mouse.
6 [V] if your ears pop, the pressure in them suddenly changes when going up or down in a plane, etc.
7 [V] if your eyes pop or pop out, they suddenly open fully because you are surprised or excited: Her eyes nearly popped out of her head when she saw them.
8 [VN] (informal) to take a lot of a drug, regularly: She's been popping pills for months.
Idioms: pop your clogs (BrE, humorous) to die
pop the question (informal) to ask sb to marry you
Phrasal Verbs: pop off (informal) to die
pop sth<->on (BrE, informal)
1 to put on a piece of clothing: I'll just pop on a sweater and meet you outside.
2 to turn on a piece of electrical equipment
+ adjective [only before noun]
music / style
1 connected with modern popular music: a pop band / concert / group / singer / song / star / video
2 made in a modern popular style: pop culture
Idioms: go pop (BrE) to burst or explode with a sudden short sound: The balloon went pop. + If you eat any more, you'll go pop!
1 short sharp sound
loud | sudden
with a ~
The cork came out with a loud pop.
2 popular music
classic, melodic, psychedelic
VERB + POP
play | listen to
POP + NOUN
classic, hit, music, song, tune | artist, singer, star | band, group | concert, festival | record, video | fan | charts | culture
He was an important figure in pop during the seventies.
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