pop

Noun
  • An informal term for a father
    Probably derived from baby talk (synset 110007601)
  • A sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring (synset 107943752)
  • A sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork (synset 107405000)
  • 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 (synset 107074002)
Adverb
  • Like a pop or with a pop (synset 400429305)
Adjective
  • (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people) (synset 300416037)
Verb
  • Bulge outward (synset 202086193)
  • Hit a pop-fly (synset 201407567)
  • Make a sharp explosive noise (synset 202190434)
  • Fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise (synset 201136497)
  • Cause to make a sharp explosive sound (synset 202190638)
  • Appear suddenly or unexpectedly (synset 202161949)
  • Put or thrust suddenly and forcefully (synset 201502149)
  • Release suddenly (synset 201477610)
  • Hit or strike (synset 201403659)
  • Drink down entirely (synset 201204994)
  • Take drugs, especially orally (synset 201202125)
  • Cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound (synset 200310574)
  • Burst open with a sharp, explosive sound (synset 200310364)

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