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plop

 (plŏp)
v. plopped, plop·ping, plops
v.intr.
1. To fall with a sound like that of an object falling into water without splashing.
2. To let the body drop heavily: Exhausted, I plopped into the armchair.
v.tr.
To drop or set heavily: plopped the child into the stroller.
n.
A plopping sound or movement.

[Imitative.]

plop adv.

plop

(plɒp)
n
the characteristic sound made by an object dropping into water without a splash
vb, plops, plopping or plopped
to fall or cause to fall with the sound of a plop: the stone plopped into the water.
interj
an exclamation imitative of this sound: to go plop.
[C19: imitative of the sound]

plop

(plɒp)

v. plopped, plop•ping,
n., adv. v.i.
1. to make a sound like that of something falling into water.
2. to fall with such a sound.
3. to drop or fall with full force or direct impact: to plop into a chair.
v.t.
4. to drop or set down heavily.
n.
5. a plopping sound or fall.
6. the act of plopping.
adv.
7. with a plop.
[1815–25; imitative]

plop


Past participle: plopped
Gerund: plopping

Imperative
plop
plop
Present
I plop
you plop
he/she/it plops
we plop
you plop
they plop
Preterite
I plopped
you plopped
he/she/it plopped
we plopped
you plopped
they plopped
Present Continuous
I am plopping
you are plopping
he/she/it is plopping
we are plopping
you are plopping
they are plopping
Present Perfect
I have plopped
you have plopped
he/she/it has plopped
we have plopped
you have plopped
they have plopped
Past Continuous
I was plopping
you were plopping
he/she/it was plopping
we were plopping
you were plopping
they were plopping
Past Perfect
I had plopped
you had plopped
he/she/it had plopped
we had plopped
you had plopped
they had plopped
Future
I will plop
you will plop
he/she/it will plop
we will plop
you will plop
they will plop
Future Perfect
I will have plopped
you will have plopped
he/she/it will have plopped
we will have plopped
you will have plopped
they will have plopped
Future Continuous
I will be plopping
you will be plopping
he/she/it will be plopping
we will be plopping
you will be plopping
they will be plopping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been plopping
you have been plopping
he/she/it has been plopping
we have been plopping
you have been plopping
they have been plopping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been plopping
you will have been plopping
he/she/it will have been plopping
we will have been plopping
you will have been plopping
they will have been plopping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been plopping
you had been plopping
he/she/it had been plopping
we had been plopping
you had been plopping
they had been plopping
Conditional
I would plop
you would plop
he/she/it would plop
we would plop
you would plop
they would plop
Past Conditional
I would have plopped
you would have plopped
he/she/it would have plopped
we would have plopped
you would have plopped
they would have plopped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.plop - the noise of a rounded object dropping into a liquid without a splash
noise - sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
Verb1.plop - drop something with a plopping sound
drop - let fall to the ground; "Don't drop the dishes"
2.plop - drop with the sound of something falling into water
come down, descend, go down, fall - move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way; "The temperature is going down"; "The barometer is falling"; "The curtain fell on the diva"; "Her hand went up and then fell again"
3.plop - set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise; "He planked the money on the table"; "He planked himself into the sofa"
place down, put down, set down - cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place; "set down your bags here"
Adv.1.plop - with a short hollow thud; "plop came the ball down to the corner of the green"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech

plop

verb
To drop or sink heavily and noisily:
Translations
يُسْقِطُ جِسْما في سائِليَسْقُط مُسْمِعا صَوْتا
žbluňknoutžbluňknutí
plaskplaske
pottyanzuppanás
skvamp; splassskvampa; splassa
pliumptelėjimaspliumptelėti
noplunkšķētplunkšķētplunkšķis
cumburlop diye düşmek'cumburlop' sesi

plop

[plɒp]
A. Nplaf m
B. VIhacer plaf
C. VT (also to plop down) → arrojar dejando oír un plaf
D. EXCLplaf

plop

[ˈplɒp]
nplouf m, floc m
vitomber avec un floc
The ice cream plopped to the ground → La glace tomba par terre avec un floc.
vt (= put down) → déposer
plop down
vise laisser tomber
to plop down on sth [+ chair, sofa] → se laisser tomber dans qch; [+ bed, floor] → se laisser tomber sur qch
vt sepdéposer
to plop o.s. down on sth [+ chair sofa] → se laisser tomber dans qch; [+ bed, floor] → se laisser tomber sur qch
He plopped himself down on the grass → Il se laissa tomber sur l'herbe.

plop

nPlumps m; (in water) → Platsch m
adv it fell or went plop into the wateres fiel mit einem Platsch ins Wasser
vi
(= make a plopping sound)platschen
(inf: = fall) → plumpsen (inf)
vt (inf: = put down) → hinlegen

plop

[plɒp]
1. nplop m inv
2. vi (stone) → fare plop

plop

(plop) noun
the sound of a small object falling into water etc. The raindrop fell into her teacup with a plop.
verbpast tense, past participle plopped
to fall with this sound. A stone plopped into the pool.
References in classic literature ?
The released lead plopped into the sea far ahead as the schooner surged slowly forward.
Mowgli had dived forward like an otter, twitched a struggling dhole under water before he could open his mouth, and dark rings rose as the body plopped up, turning on its side.
The sovereigns plopped into the water and rang together at the bottom of the jug.
The whiskey tinkled, the syphon fizzed, the ice plopped home; and seated there in his pyjamas, with the inevitable cigarette, Raffles told me the story that I had given up hoping to hear.
Cunningham plopped the penguins down in front of the structure one by one and watched in which direction they went.
As Conor Jackson, Orlando Hudson and Shawn Green converged, it plopped down about an inch inside the foul line.
He plopped a dollop of sweet filling in the center of each circle.
They are plopped down into the middle of a jungle that has been scraped raw down to the soil and the large piles of debris set on fire.
As the plane reached the arc's valley, Seth plopped back down and waited for the plane to motor upward again for another round.
After a debilitating accident in the late 1960s confined him to a wheelchair, Tolliver began using house paint, bought on sale, to create images of animals and nature; and he plopped his creations on pieces of plywood and poster board.
A boy and girl plopped themselves down beside meand brought out two weapons of mass destruction, put them in their mouth, lit upand puffed.
So she quietly plopped herself into the driver's seat of a running, unattended ambulance parked in front of the nursing home and drove off.