pop

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} patlatmak

Tom kâsedeki tüm patlamış mısırı yedikten sonra biraz daha patlatmak için mutfağa geri gitti. - After Tom had eaten all the popcorn in the bowl, he went back into the kitchen to pop some more.

{f} (mısır) patlatmak
{i} ateş etme
{i} baba

Hey, babalık! Ne yapıyorsun! - Hey, pops! What are you doing!

{i} patlama sesi
{i} pop müzik

Benim en sevdiğim müzik pop müziktir. - My favorite music is pop music.

En çok sevdiğim müzik türü pop müziktir. - My most favorite style of music is pop music.

çat pat
(Bilgisayar) hoplamak
bumlamak
(Bilgisayar) çıkma

Tom ilk kez sahneye çıkar çıkmaz gençler arasında popüler oldu. - Tom became popular among teenagers as soon as he made his debut on the screen.

gelivermek
çek
pat diye ses çıkarmak
gidivermek
gelmek

Elektrikli otomobiller gittikçe daha popüler hale gelmektedir. - Electric cars are becoming more and more popular.

gazoz
yaylanmak
gitmek
(Aİ) baba
pop
yerinden fırlamak
pat

Hiç çikolata kaplı patlamış mısır yedin mi? - Have you ever eaten chocolate-covered popcorn?

Nüfus patlaması, ciddi bir sorundur - The population explosion is a serious problem.

moruk
yaşlı adam
patlamak
patla(mak)
(Askeri) performansa bağlı birikim (performance oriented packaging)
{i} tabanca [amer.]
{i} rehin
{i} içecek (alkolsüz)
{i} babalık

Hey, babalık! Ne yapıyorsun! - Hey, pops! What are you doing!

{i} patlatma

Sınıfta sakızını patlatmamalısın. - You shouldn't pop your bubble gum in class.

Sivilceleri aynanın önünde patlatmayı bırak. - Stop popping pimples in front of the mirror.

dili evlenme teklif etmek
pop out ağızdan kaçmak
ansızın

Sami, Leyla'nın nasıl olduğunu görmek için ansızın girdi. - Sami popped in to see how Layla was doing.

{f} sokuvermek
dili birden gitmek
{f} çabucak giymek
{f} çıtçıtlamak
gaz

En popüler yazarlarından biri bırakınca gazete okuyucu kaybetmeye başladı. - The newspaper began to lose readers when it dispensed with one of its most popular writers.

Gazlı su Amerika'da çok popüler değil. - Fizzy water isn't very popular in America.

pat diye
{s} pop müziğe ait
fırlamak
dan

Seni seviyorum, Dan. Sadece iki haftadır buradasın ve şimdiden popülersin. - I love you, Dan. You've been here just two weeks and you're already popular.

Jig, reel ve hornpipe en popüler İrlanda danslarıdır. - Jig, reel and hornpipe are the most popular irish dances.

patlatmak ateş etmek
ölüvermek
Bilgi İşleme
çek,v.patla: n.bum
güm
{s} pop: pop concert pop konseri. pop music pop müzik. pop singer pop şarkıcısı
Bir Bilgisayar ağına erişim için bağlantı kurulacak en yakın nokta ya da telefon numarası
{f} çıtçıtla iliklemek
küt

On binlerce insan soğuk ve yağmura rağmen Paskalya kutlamasında Papa Francis ile Dindar Kütleye katılmak için pazar sabahı Aziz Petrus Meydanında toplandı. - Tens of thousands of people gathered in Saint Peter's Square on Sunday morning, despite the cold and the rain, to take part in Solemn Mass with Pope Francis in celebration of Easter.

{f} pat diye sormak
{s} popüler

Şarkıcı genç insanlar arasında popülerdir. - The singer is popular among young people.

Öğrenciler arasında çok popüler. - She is very popular among the students.

{f} rehine koymak [brit.]
{i} hafif bir patlama sesi, hafif bir patlama
pop in uğramak
bk. Post Office Protocol
hoplamak çıkma
birden

Kolombiya'da nüfus birden altıya kadar değişen sosyal katmanlara göre sınıflandırılır. Bir en fakir olma ve altı en zengin olma. - In Colombia, the population is classified into social strata ranging from one to six, one being the poorest and six being the richest.

{f} ateşlemek
pop müziği
patlatmak (mısır)
pop şarkısı
rehine koymak
tabanca
cazırdamak
ateş etmek
pop corn
(Gıda) patlamış mısır
pop in
ansızın girmek
pop up
(Fiili Deyim ) çıkıvermek
pop art
popüler sanat
pop culture
popüler kültür

İngiliz popüler kültüründeki trol-köprü ilişkisinin günümüze kadar ulaşan uzun bir tarihi vardır. - The association between trolls and bridges has a long history which marches on to this day in English pop culture.

pop in
damlamak
pop off
kıkırdamak
pop off
kakırdamak
pop off
zıbarmak
pop off
nalları dikmek
pop off
mortoyu çekmek
pop off to
(Dilbilim) bağırmak
pop out
dışarı çıkmak
pop rock
(Muzik) bir müzik türü
pop rocks
patlayan şeker
pop up
(Bilgisayar) açılan
pop in
uğra

Sanırım Tom'a uğrayacağım ve onun nasıl olduğunu göreceğim. - I think I'll pop in on Tom and see how he's doing.

Yarın sabah uğrayacağım. - I'll pop in tomorrow morning.

pop in
uğramak
pop off
aniden çekip gitmek
pop off
ölmek
pop out
aniden çekip gitmek
pop quiz
habersiz sınav
pop singer
pop şarkıcısı
pop song
pop şarkısı
pop the question
evlenme teklif et
pop the question to
evlenme teklif etmek
pop up
mantar gibi yerden bitmek
pop up message
beliren mesaj
pop along
pop boyunca
pop cap
Gazoz kapağı
pop down
(deyim) Aşağı katta birilerini ziyarete inmek
pop down for a visit
(deyim) Aşağı katta birilerini ziyarete inmek
pop filter
Pete filtresi; Mikrofonlarda yakından ses alırken "p,t,f" gibi harfler bulanıklaşmaktadır. Bunu önlemek için mikrofonlarda "pete filtresi" kullanılr ki PeTe terimi bulanıklaşan iki harften oluşturulmuştur
pop for
pop
pop hole
pop delik
pop into
Bir yere uğramak, kısa bir süreliğine içeri girmek
pop of
pop
pop one's cherry
Kızlığını bozmak
pop out
fırlamak
pop out
ağızdan kaçmak
pop over to
üzerinden pop
pop round
pop yuvarlak
pop shield
mikrofonların önüne konulan gürültü önleyici filtre
pop someone's cork
(deyim) Aklının tıpasını attırmak, çok sinirlendirmek; aklının tıpası atmak, çok sinirlenmek.- İ was so upset that İ nearly popped my cork.- My mother popped her cork when she heard about my löw grades
pop star
Popüler şarkıcı
pop the cherry
Kızlığını bozmak, bakireliğini almak
pop up
çıkıvermek, fırlayıvermek
pop up menu
açılır menü
pop ups
pop up
pop-hole
tavuk ve horozların başını çıkardıkları delik
pop-up blocker
açılır pencere engelleyicisi
pop-up book
Kapağı açıldığında resimleri üç boyutlu görünen çocuk kitabı
pop 3
Post Office Protocol ( Versiyon 3 ) Gelen elektornık postaların toplandığı Yer ( Server )
pop a champagne bottle
şampanya patlatmak
pop a pill
hap yutmak
pop account
(Bilgisayar) pop hesabı
pop art
pop art
pop concert
pop konseri
pop directional formatting
Pop Yönlü Biçimlendirme
pop eyed
patlak gözlü
pop group
pop müzik grubu
pop gun
mantar tabancası
pop in
çıkagelmek
pop in
habersiz gelmek
pop in
sokuvermek
pop in
pat diye gelmek
pop in
(Fiili Deyim ) ansızın girmek , acele uğrayıvermek
pop in
takıvermek
pop music
pop müzik

Pop müzik dinlemek istiyorum. - I'd like to listen to pop music.

Ariana Grande, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'ndeki en iyi pop müzik sanatçılarından biridir. - Ariana Grande is one of the best pop musical artists in the United States.

pop off
ortalığı birbirine katmak
pop off
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- hemen çekip gitmek 2- ölmek , gümlemek 3- öldürmek 4- şikayet etmek , eleştirmek 5- hareket etmek , ayrılmak
pop off
kıyameti koparmak
pop off
çekip gitmek
pop off
bağırıp çağırmak
pop out
{f} yuvasından fırlamak (göz)
pop out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- patlamak , fırlamak 2- ansızın dışarı çık(ar)mak 3- (radyo , tv vs.) kapatmak
pop out
(fiil) yuvasından fırlamak (göz)
pop quiz
(Dilbilim) anlık sınama
pop quiz
(Dilbilim) anlık sınav
pop rivet
pop perçin
pop shop
rehinci
pop the question
evlenme teklif etmek
pop up
{f} pat diye gelmek
pop up
(Mukavele) yukarı ya da öne hızlı hareketi sağlayan mekanizma; otomatik sulama sistemlerine verilen isim
pop up
{f} habersiz gelmek
pop up champagne
şampanya patlatmak
pop up champagne (bottle)
şampanya patlatmak
pop up message
Açılır İleti
pop up stopper
pop-up engelleyici
pop up stopper
pop-up önleyici
pop up window
Açılır Pencere
pop zits
sivilce patlatmak
pop zits
sivilce sıkmak
pop out
yuvasından fırlamak
pop corn
mısır patlatmak
pop out
birdenbire çıkmak
pop out
(Havacılık) atmak
popped
(Havacılık) atık
popped
dışarıda
popping
çiçeklenme
make one's eyes pop
akıllara durgunluk vermek
nail pop
pişmiş alçı taşı
push pop stack
it çek yığın
soda pop
gazoz
king of pop
(Muzik) Popun kralı, pop müziğin kralı
mom-and-pop business
(Ticaret) Karı-koca ya da ailenin sahip olduğu ve yönettiği küçük ticarethane
mum and pop
anne ve pop
push pop stack
it-çek yığın
to pop round
yuvarlak pop
tootsie pop
(Gıda) İçinde çikolata aromalı bir sakız (tootsişe roll) bulunan lolipop şeker
POPS
(Askeri) liman harekat randıman simülatörü (port operational performance simulator)
pops
{i} babalık

Hey, babalık! Ne yapıyorsun! - Hey, pops! What are you doing!

pops
{i} moruk
Türkçe - Türkçe
Halkın arasında yaşayan motiflere, ögelere yer veren, onlardan yararlanan (kültür), popüler
pop müzik
İngiliz ve Amerikalıların başlattıkları, hareketli, ritimli, yerel motiflerden yararlanılarak yapılan, modası çabuk geçen, çabuk tüketilen müzik
İngilizce - İngilizce
Service Provider term, point of presence
Post Office Protocol
probability of precipitation
A popular classical music concert

As to the tall, curly-haired man, I suppose it was the one who was with me at the last Pop.

Originally, a social club and debating society at Eton College; now the body of college prefects
To perform (a move or stunt) while riding a board or vehicle

The tail is the back of the deck; this is the part that enables skaters to pop ollies.

To remove (a data item) from the top of a stack
to place something somewhere

Just pop it in the fridge for now.

a bottle or can of effervescent or fizzy drink most frequently nonalcoholic; soda pop

Go in the store and buy us three pops.

Pop music
To swallow (a tablet of a drug)

We were drinking beer and popping pills — some really strong downers. I could hardly walk and I had no idea what I was saying.

to hit

He gave me a pop on the nose.

a portion, a quantity dispensed

They cost 50 pence a pop.

Sound made in imitation of the sound
Affectionate form of father

My pop used to tell me to do my homework every night.

to burst something

The waves came round her. She was a rock. She was covered with the seaweed which pops when it is pressed. He was lost.

Popular
an effervescent or fizzy drink most frequently nonalcoholic; soda pop
to ejaculate
to act suddenly, unexpectedly or quickly
Shortened from pop shot, take quick, possibly unaimed, shot with a firearm. Possibly confusion, by assonance, with pot as in pot shot

The man with the gun took a pop at the rabbit.

A loud, sharp sound as of a cork coming out of a bottle

Listen to the pop of a Champagne cork.

{v} to come or go quickly or slily, to shift
{n} a small smart sound from a gun
(abb.) Persistent Organic Polutant
A lollipop, pop, lolly, sucker, or dum-dum is a type of confectionery consisting mainly of hardened, flavoured sucrose with corn syrup mounted on a stick and intended for sucking or licking. They are available in many flavours and shapes
If your eyes pop, you look very surprised or excited when you see something. My eyes popped at the sight of the rich variety of food on show
{i} protocol for receiving electronic mail from a central POP server (Computers)
You can refer to fizzy drinks such as lemonade as pop. He still visits the village shop for buns and fizzy pop. glass pop bottles
Some people call their father pop. I looked at Pop and he had big tears in his eyes
Pop is used to represent a short sharp sound, for example the sound made by bursting a balloon or by pulling a cork out of a bottle. His back tyre just went pop on a motorway
If something pops, it makes a short sharp sound. He untwisted the wire off the champagne bottle, and the cork popped and shot to the ceiling
to pop the question: see question. pop. is an abbreviation for population. It is used before a number when indicating the total population of a city or country. Somalia, pop. 7.9 million, income per head about £1.60 a week. Father. population. the written abbreviation of population
Pop is modern music that usually has a strong rhythm and uses electronic equipment. the perfect combination of Caribbean rhythms, European pop, and American soul a life-size poster of a pop star I know nothing about pop music
If you pop something somewhere, you put it there quickly. He plucked a purple grape from the bunch and popped it in his mouth
A POP is equipment that gives access to the Internet. POP is an abbreviation for `point of presence'
If you pop somewhere, you go there for a short time. Wendy popped in for a quick bite to eat on Monday night
point of access to the Internet that has a unique Internet address (the size of an Internet service provider is measured according to the numbers of access points it has)
An unintoxicating beverage which expels the cork with a pop from the bottle containing it; as, ginger pop; lemon pop, etc
a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
hit or strike; "He popped me on the head"
Point of Presence or Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence is the place where an access provider or server administrator has a computer which provides access to a network or the internet and therefore dictates the telephone number your modem will need to dial to connect to a network or the internet So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Birmingham, it means that they will soon have a telephone number in Birmingham and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software gets mail from a mail server (see Protocol)
Popular, abbreviated and used in pop music, etc
(Point of Presence, also Post Office Protocol) Two commonly used meanings: Point of Presence and Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way email software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your email software to use to get your mail
make a sharp explosive noise; "The cork of the champagne bottle popped"
burst open with a sharp, explosive sound; "The balloon popped"; "This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven"
Point of Presence - The point within a Local Access and Transport Area (LATA) at which the Interexchange Carrier (IEC) establishes itself The POP provides the IEC with LATA access and enables the Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) to access inter-LATA services Also, the consolidation point in a local calling area where traffic is routed to an Internet Service Provider (ISP)
To make a pop, or sharp, quick sound; as, the muskets popped away on all sides
Post Office Protocol Used when setting up e-mail It is the utility that sends e-mail from the server to your machine Generally, a POP server sends new e-mail to your local machine, then erases the mail from the POP server Any files you set up to manage your e-mail are located on your local machine POP KSU EDU is the POP server at KSU Version 3 is current, and is called POP3 See also SMTP and IMAP For more information, check this out
The European redwing
(Point of Presence, also Post Office Protocol) A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail
Post Office Protocol - The protocol used by mail clients to retrieve mail from the server
put or thrust suddenly and forcefully; "pop the pizza into the microwave oven"; "He popped the petit-four into his mouth"
Point of Presence, or Post Office Protocol, two commonly used meanings for the term POP A Point of Presence usually means a city, node or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines If an ISP has a POP in Waterford, it means that they have a local phone number in Waterford for the Waterford customers to dial into and gain access to the internet A second meaning is, Post Office Protocol which refers to the way e-mail clients such as Outlook get mail from a mail server A POP on your webserver or mail syatem allows your e-mail software to use and retrieve your mail It is often referred to as POP3
Like a pop; suddenly; unexpectedly
bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
Two commonly used meanings: "Point of Presence" and "Post Office Protocol" A "Point of Presence" usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dialup phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Kansas City, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Kansas City and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, "Post Office Protocol" refers to the way email software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your email software to use to get your mail
{i} sound of an explosion; carbonated drink; dad, father (Informal)
Point of Presence A local dialin point for an Internet Service Provider
POP has two commonly used meanings The first, Point of Presence, means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often via dial-up phone lines The second meaning, Post Office Protocol, refers to the way e-mail software gets mail from a mail server Post Office Protocol can also appear as POP3
appear suddenly or unexpectedly; "The farm popped into view as we turned the corner"; "He suddenly popped up out of nowhere"
{s} of popular culture, designed for the general population; trendy, fashionable; unexpected, surprise
To burst open with a pop, when heated over a fire; as, this corn pops well
take drugs, especially orally; "The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves"
This has 2 meanings: 1 Post Office Protocol: a method of retrieving email from a server 2 Point Of Presence: a telephone number (access number) that provides dial-up Internet access SBC Yahoo! provides several POPs so users can gain Internet access with local phone calls Back to Top
cause to burst with a lound, explosive sound; "The child popped the balloon"
To cause to pop; to cause to burst open by heat, as grains of Indian corn; as, to pop corn or chestnuts
Post Office Protocol This is the protocol used by mail clients to retrieve messages from a mail server
To thrust or push suddenly; to offer suddenly; to bring suddenly and unexpectedly to notice; as, to pop one's head in at the door
(Point of Presence, also Post Office Protocol) -- Two commonly used meanings: Point of Presence and Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail
pop a cap in someone's ass
To shoot someone with a gun

I been sayin' that shit for years. And if you heard it, that meant your ass. I never gave much thought to what it meant. I just thought it was some cold-blooded shit to say to a motherfucker before I popped a cap in his ass. But I saw some shit this mornin' made me think twice.

pop a squat
To urinate in a public place

A mile or so down the beach from the lighthouse I stopped by a big rock and told Nicky to pop a squat. She sat in total silence.

pop a wheelie
to perform a stunt (usually on bicycle or motorcycle) in which the front tire is raised from the ground for a period of time, do a wheelie
pop art
A genre of art that uses elements of popular culture; often uses techniques from commercial art and advertising
pop culture
popular culture
pop eyed
with a surprised expression on the face
pop eyed
with protruding eyes
pop feminism
the belief that women are in all ways superior to men
pop group
A musical group specializing in pop music

Despite their artistic ambitions, they were never able to escape the label of a pop group.

pop groups
plural form of pop group
pop gun
A firearm of unimpressive appearance
pop gun
A toy gun that emits a loud pop by firing a cork from a barrel in which a piston slides, compressing the air and forcing the cork out. The cork is traditionally attached to the toy by a piece of string
pop guns
plural form of pop gun
pop music
Music intended for or accepted by a wide audience

Pop music, despite its commercial focus, includes many artistic gems.

pop musician
A person who composes, plays, or sings pop music
pop musicians
plural form of pop musician
pop off
To speak frankly; usually to someone else's disdain (i.e. popping off at the mouth)
pop off
To leave, and return in a short time

I'm just popping off to the shops to pick up some bread.

pop off
To release flatulence, in most cases, in short rapid succession
pop off
To die suddenly
pop off
To kill someone
pop one's clogs
To die

The old man has popped his clogs finally.

pop out
To be retired after three strikes, including a popouts (pop fly) on the third strike
pop out
To leave a room or building with the expectation of returning soon
pop psych
The lay theory or practice of psychology Abbreviation of popular psychology
pop punk
A genre that combines elements of punk rock with elements of pop music
pop quiz
A quiz or test given without warning or prior announcement
pop quizzes
plural form of pop quiz
pop rivet
a relatively small-headed pin with an expandable head
pop rivets
plural form of pop rivet
pop rock
A musical genre combining elements of pop music and rock music
pop shield
A pop filter
pop shields
plural form of pop shield
pop shot
a quickly aimed or haphazard shot with a firearm; possibly confusion, by assonance, with pot shot
pop shove-it
A trick, combining an ollie and a shove-it, where the board rotated 180 degrees while in mid-air
pop sock
A type of short, knee-high stocking with an elasticated top

After her show, designer Miuccia Prada blamed the accidents on the pop socks worn by the models inside their platform sandals, making them impossible to grip.

pop socks
plural form of pop sock
pop someone's cherry
To deflower someone
pop sox
plural form of pop sock
pop star
A very successful pop musician
pop stars
plural form of pop star
pop tart
A toaster pastry

Carl Kasell will come to their house and cook his signature dish, breakfast à la Edwards, which is two pop tarts and a Benson and Hedges.

pop tart
A female pop music performer famed more for sexuality than for music

After much effort, she was able to overcome the pop tart label and be taken seriously as a musician.

pop tarts
plural form of pop tart
pop the cherry
To break the hymen; to lose one's virginity
pop the question
to propose marriage

He took her to a fancy restaurant, bought her the most expensive thing on the menu, and popped the question.

pop up
To appear without warning

I can't remember where I left my keys, but they normally pop up somewhere.

pop up
To come up with a "pop" sound

The toast is in the toaster - when it pops up it will be ready.

pop-culture
Attributive form of pop culture

pop-culture expert.

pop-science
popular science
pop-under
A pop-up advertisement that appears behind the window that triggers its appearance, and thus can not be seen by the internet user until the initial window is closed
pop-up
A pop-up advertisement; an advertisement that is triggered to appear on a computer screen when an internet user accesses a particular web page
pop-up
Something that pops up
pop-up
opening out to form a three-dimensional structure when the page of a book is opened
pop-up
coming into view suddenly from a concealed position
pop-up
A ball that has been hit to a considerable height above the infield or the shallow outfield; a pop fly
pop-up advertisement
An advertisement that takes the form of a window that appears automatically on a computer screen when certain websites are visited
pop-up menu
A context menu
pop cap
A soda bottle cap
pop down
(deyim) Come or go to someone's home that is downstairs or in a place on a lower level
pop down for a visit
(deyim) Come or go to someone's home that is downstairs or in a place on a lower level
pop-up book
The term pop-up book is often applied to any three-dimensional or movable book, although properly the umbrella term movable book covers pop-ups, transformations, tunnel books, volvelles, flaps, pull-tabs, pop-outs, pull-downs, and more, each of which performs in a different manner. Also included, because they employ the same techniques, are three-dimensional greeting cards.
Pop Goes the Weasel
an old British song for children. It begins: Half a pound of tuppenny rice,/Half a pound of treacle;/That's the way the money goes,/Pop goes the weasel! In the US, children also know this song, but the words are: Round and round the mulberry bush,/ the monkey chased the weasel/ The monkey said 'twas all in fun/ Pop goes the weasel!
Pop Tarts
a type of square, flat pastry filled with fruit or chocolate, which you heat in a toaster and eat for breakfast
Pop Warner
a US organization that teaches children to play American football in teams. It was named after Pop Warner, a famous football coach. orig. Glenn Scobey Warner born April 5, 1871, Springfield, N.Y., U.S. died Sept. 7, 1954, Palo Alto, Calif. U.S. college football coach. At the Carlisle (Pa.) Indian School (1898-1904, 1906-15), he coached Jim Thorpe, one of football's greatest players. He also coached at the University of Pittsburgh (1915-23) and Stanford University (1924-32). Warner perfected the single-and double-wing formations (now rarely used); these and other innovations helped refine the modern game. In 46 seasons (1895-1940) his teams won 312 games, lost 104, and tied 32
pop along
go away, leave
pop art
art style from the 1960s and 1970s which uses techniques and subjects from commercial art (comic strips, posters, etc.) to present popular culture
pop art
an American school of the 1950s that imitated the techniques of commercial art (as the soup cans of Andy Warhol) and the styles of popular culture and the mass media
pop art
Pop art is a style of modern art which began in the 1960s. It uses bright colours and takes a lot of its techniques and subject matter from everyday, modern life. a type of art that was popular in the 1960s, which shows ordinary objects, such as advertisements, or things you see in people's homes. Art in which commonplace objects (such as comic strips, soup cans, road signs, and hamburgers) were used as subject matter. The Pop art movement was largely a British and American cultural phenomenon of the late 1950s and '60s. Works by such Pop artists as the Americans Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Tom Wesselman, James Rosenquist, and Robert Indiana and the Britons David Hockney and Peter Blake, among others, were characterized by their portrayal of any and all aspects of popular culture that had a powerful impact on contemporary life; their iconography taken from television, comic books, movie magazines, and all forms of advertising was presented emphatically and objectively and by means of the precise commercial techniques used by the media from which the iconography itself was borrowed. Some of the more striking forms that Pop art took were Lichtenstein's stylized reproductions of comic strips and Warhol's meticulously literal paintings and silk-screen prints of soup-can labels and Marilyn Monroe. Pop art represented an attempt to return to a more objective, universally acceptable form of art after the dominance in both the United States and Europe of the highly personal Abstract Expressionist movement. Its effects including its decisive destruction of the boundary between "high" and "low" art have continued to be powerfully felt throughout the visual arts to the present day
pop bottle
a bottle for holding soft drinks
pop concert
musical performance given by a pop singer
pop culture
music, films, products etc in a particular society that are familiar to and popular with most ordinary people in that society
pop fly
a short high fly ball
pop fly
ball that is hit high up in the air but does not usually leave the infield (Baseball)
pop fly
A short high fly ball. Also called pop-up. a type of hit in baseball in which the ball is hit straight up into the air
pop group
a group of people who sing and perform pop music
pop group
a group that plays pop music
pop in
arrive suddenly, stop in for a quick unplanned visit
pop in
enter briefly; "He popped in for two minutes
pop in
enter briefly; "He popped in for two minutes"
pop music
simple music which is geared toward the teenage audience, type of music which is popular
pop music
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
pop music
modern music that is popular, especially with young people, and usually consists of simple tunes with a strong beat
pop off
leave quickly
pop off
die; "The old man finally kicked the bucket"
pop off
leave suddenly; die
pop one's cork
{f} lose one's temper, fail to maintain one's composure, lose one's self-control
pop out
come forth or out; "You stick the coins in, but they come out again"; "His hair and teeth fell out"
pop out
bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
pop out
{f} leave a room or office expecting to return very soon (e.g.: "Tom just popped out of the office to buy a drink and he'll be back in one minute: ); bulge toward the outside; come forth
pop out
exit briefly; "He popped out for a quick coffee break"
pop out
{i} pop-up, something that has pop-up features
pop out
exit briefly; "He popped out for a quick coffee break
pop out
appear suddenly; "Spring popped up everywhere in the valley"
pop psychology
ways of dealing with personal problems that are made popular on television or in books, but are not considered scientific
pop quiz
a short test that a teacher gives without any warning, in order to check whether students have been studying
pop quiz
Victims in abusive situations are always on guard Safety begins by proactively choosing to plot safety routes, plans of escape, methods of escape, and to be alert and prepared to leave quickly and silently if possible Local police departments will assist you in a Safety Assessment at your home Call them for more details
pop quiz
a quiz given without prior warning
pop quiz
A short unannounced test that is used to monitor students' performance in a course It is not necessarily recommended, but some instructors use the threat of pop quizzes to encourage students to keep up with their assignments
pop star
a famous and successful entertainer who plays or sings pop music
pop star
popular singer who makes pop music
pop tent
a small tent that is easy to carry and quick to set up
pop the question
propose marriage
pop up
If someone or something pops up, they appear in a place or situation unexpectedly. She was startled when Lisa popped up at the door all smiles see also pop-up = appear
pop up
{f} appear unexpectedly, appear surprisingly; show up, arrive in an unexpected manner; happen; emerge
pop up
appear suddenly or unexpectedly; "The farm popped into view as we turned the corner"; "He suddenly popped up out of nowhere"
pop wine
A sweet, often fruit-flavored, inexpensive wine
pop-gun
a toy gun that fires small objects, such as corks, with a loud noise
pop-up
window or menu that becomes visible when a mouse button is pressed and disappears when the button is released
pop-up
A pop-up toaster has a mechanism that pushes slices of bread up when they are toasted. a window, often containing an advertisement, that suddenly appears on a computer screen, especially when you are looking at a website
pop-up
a page or "window", usually small, that pops up either when a link or linked item is clicked, or by some automatic or other stimulus Pop-ups are most useful in presenting photo enlargements when clicking a thumbnail photo They are also used to display announcements or advertisements A pop-up is sometimes used as a small control panel conveniently separate from the main page A pop-up can be made to close with a botton or link word or using an embedded javascript that will make the pop-up close automatically after a set number of seconds or minutes A pop-up is essentially the same as any other browser page except that typically it is much smaller and has content only with no web browser tool panels, no status bar, etc But each pop-up can be made diferently
pop-up
An element, such as a definition, dialog box, or menu, that appears when a mouse button is depressed or clicked For example, the right mouse button in NetVista often provides a pop-up menu
pop-up
A brochure or advertisement with a section that rises into view when the package is opened
pop-up
A pop-up book, usually a children's book, has pictures that stand up when you open the pages
pop-up
A fly ball hit in the infield area Pop-ups are usually fairly easy to field, and an at-bat that results in a pop-up is usually considered ineffective for a batter
pop-up
A menu (also known as pull-down or drop-down) that appears in a dialog box or in a main menu when related information is selected
pop-up
A printed piece containing a paper construction pasted into a paper fold which will "pop- up" when the fold is opened The "pop-up" forms a three dimensional promotional illustration
pop-up
placement of fertilizer directly with the seed; same as "seed placed "
pop-up
{s} being or having a mechanism which causes a quick upward or forward motion; becoming three dimensional when opened (Art); appearing temporarily when activated (Computers)
pop-up
type of novelty book where a three dimensional image is created when the book is opened
pop-up
A pop-up is a graphical user interface display area Usually a small window that suddenly appears ("pops up") in the foreground of the visual interface
pop-up
An ad that appears over the page you are viewing
pop-up
{i} pop-fly, ball that is hit high up in the air but does not usually leave the infield (Baseball); something that has pop-up features; pop-up menu (Computers)
pop-up
Certain gatefold sleeves/covers are "pop-ups" When you open them, a little cardboard cutout scene pops up
pop-up
a Java script inserted into the html coding of a page that allows the user to open a new – usually smaller – browser window after completing an action such as rolling over or clicking on an assigned area of a web page
pop-up menu
list of commands or options that appears temporarily when activated (Computers)
AM pop
Soft rock music, especially produced prior to the early 1980s
AM pop
Music, especially rock music ballads and crossover material, played on Top 40-formatted AM radio stations, especially during the 1970s
C-pop
Chinese pop music influenced by western genres, consists of two subgenres - cantopop and mandopop, sometimes these terms are confused or used in the narrower sense of one of the subgenres since the gap between them has been narrowing
J-pop
Japanese pop music influenced by western genres
K-pop
Korean pop music influenced by western genres
blow this pop stand
To exit or remove oneself from a less than exciting location or environment

I'm bored out of my mind, let's blow this pop stand.

cherry-pop
to deflower, take the virginity of
corporation pop
water
country pop
Any country music that sounds more like popular music than traditional forms of country (e.g. honky tonk)
country pop
A subgenre of country music, blending the sounds of the Nashville sound and popular music; produced and marketed to reach a wide audience
ginger pop
A soft drink flavored with ginger. Another name for ginger ale
hop n pop
to jump from a plane at altitudes of 5000 ft and deploy the main parachute soon after
ice pop
A snack made of frozen juice on a stick; an ice lolly or popsicle
ice pop
A frozen snack consisting of flavoured ice in a tube; a freezepop
mom and pop
A small business, often but not always owned or operated by a family
mom-and-pop
Small or unsophisticated, as a business that is run by a couple

Mom-and-pop diners and cafes are disappearing from American main streets, being replaced by bland corporate giants and insipid franchises.

passion pop
A particular brand of very cheap, sweet sparkling wine, famous for 30 years of being the cheapest drink for teenage girls
passion pop
Generically any very cheap, sweet sparkling wine
passion pop
A phrase now used for products as diverse as film, music, clothing
popping
Present participle of pop
pops
Father, dad

Hey, pops, I'm home.

pops
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pop
pops
By extension, another man old enough to be the speaker's father
pops
plural form of pop (the sound and related meanings)
Türkçe - İngilizce
pop
pop for
pop of
pop müziği
pop
pop sunucusu
(Bilgisayar) pop server
pop şarkısı
pop
pop art
pop art
pop e-posta
(Bilgisayar) pop e-mail
pop hesabı
(Bilgisayar) pop account
pop konseri
pop concert
pop müzik
pop music, pop, popular music
pop müzik
pop

Ariana Grande is one of the best pop musical artists in the United States. - Ariana Grande, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'ndeki en iyi pop müzik sanatçılarından biridir.

I feel I'm growing out of pop music. - Kendimi pop müzikten vazgeçmiş gibi hissediyorum.

pop müzik
popular music
pop müzik grubu
pop group
pop müziğe ait
pop
pop perçin
pop rivet
pop yönlü biçimlendirme
pop directional formatting
pop şarkıcısı
pop singer
pop şarkısı
pop song
pop-ap marka
(Denizbilim) pop-up tag
pop-up engelleyici
pop up stopper
pop-up önleyici
pop up stopper
pop-uplar engellendi
(Bilgisayar) popups killed
pop up
pop ups
pop müzik
pop music

My most favorite style of music is pop music. - En çok sevdiğim müzik türü pop müziktir.

I'd like to listen to pop music. - Pop müzik dinlemek istiyorum.

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