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POP

abbr.
1. Computers point of presence
2. point of purchase
3. proof of purchase

pop 1

 (pŏp)
v. popped, pop·ping, pops
v.intr.
1. To make a short, sharp, explosive sound.
2. To burst open with a short, sharp, explosive sound.
3. To move quickly or unexpectedly; appear abruptly: At last the cottage popped into view.
4. To open wide suddenly: The child's eyes popped with astonishment.
5. To have the eustachian tubes open suddenly, equalizing pressure on both sides of the eardrum in response to changes in atmospheric pressure, as in a descending airplane: After I swallowed, my ears popped.
6. Baseball To hit a short high fly ball, especially one that can be caught by an infielder: popped out to shortstop.
7. To shoot a firearm, such as a pistol.
8.
a. To be exciting: a club that really pops at night.
b. To be visually striking: a logo that really pops.
v.tr.
1. To cause to make a sharp bursting sound.
2. To cause to open with a sharp bursting sound: popped the hood of the car to check the oil.
3. To cause to explode with a sharp bursting sound: popped the balloon.
4. To put or thrust suddenly or unexpectedly: "popping a crisp plump shrimp into her mouth" (Kathleen Winsor).
5.
a. To discharge (a firearm).
b. To fire at; shoot.
6. To hit or strike: popped me on the head.
7. Baseball To hit (a ball) high in the air but not far.
8. To release (a clutch) suddenly.
9. Slang
a. To take (drugs), especially orally: "To calm a case of the jitters ... the bride popped Valium" (People).
b. To have (a drink): popped a few beers after work.
10. Slang To take into legal custody; arrest: "Her friend was visiting and got popped for a DUI while he was driving her car" (Jamie Harrison).
n.
1. A sudden sharp, explosive sound.
2. A shot with a firearm.
3. Chiefly Midwestern US See soft drink. See Note at tonic.
4. Baseball A pop fly.
adv.
1. With a popping sound.
2. Abruptly or unexpectedly.
Phrasal Verbs:
pop for
Informal To pay for: I'll pop for the video if you buy some snacks.
pop in (or by)
Informal To visit briefly: just popped in to say hello.
pop off Informal
1. To leave abruptly or hurriedly.
2. To die suddenly.
3. To speak thoughtlessly in a burst of released anger.
Idioms:
a pop
Slang Apiece; each: Tickets to the benefit were $100 a pop.
pop the question Informal
To propose marriage.

[Middle English poppen, from pop, a blow, stroke, of imitative origin.]

pop 2

 (pŏp)
n. Informal
Father.

[Short for papa.]

pop 3

 (pŏp) Informal
adj.
1. Of or for the general public; popular or popularized: pop culture; pop psychology.
2. Of, relating to, or specializing in popular music: a pop singer.
3. Of or suggestive of pop art: a pop style.
n.
1. Popular music.
2. Pop art.

[Short for popular.]

pop

(pɒp)
vb, pops, popping or popped
1. to make or cause to make a light sharp explosive sound
2. to burst open or cause to burst open with such a sound
3. (intr; often foll by in, out, etc) informal to come (to) or go (from) rapidly or suddenly; to pay a brief or unexpected visit (to)
4. (intr) (esp of the eyes) to protrude: her eyes popped with amazement.
5. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) to shoot or fire at (a target) with a firearm
6. (tr) to place or put with a sudden movement: she popped some tablets into her mouth.
7. (Banking & Finance) (tr) informal to pawn: he popped his watch yesterday.
8. (Recreational Drugs) (tr) slang to take (a drug) in pill form or as an injection: pill popping.
9. pop one's clogs See clog19
10. pop the question informal to propose marriage
n
11. a light sharp explosive sound; crack
12. informal a flavoured nonalcoholic carbonated beverage
13. informal a try; attempt: have a pop at goal.
14. informal an instance of criticism: Townsend has had a pop at modern bands.
15. a pop informal each: 30 million shares at 7 dollars a pop.
adv
with a popping sound
interj
an exclamation denoting a sharp explosive sound
[C14: of imitative origin]

pop

(pɒp)
n
1. (Pop Music)
a. music of general appeal, esp among young people, that originated as a distinctive genre in the 1950s. It is generally characterized by a strong rhythmic element and the use of electrical amplification
b. (as modifier): pop music; a pop record; a pop group.
2. (Pop Music) informal a piece of popular or light classical music
adj
informal short for popular

pop

(pɒp)
n
1. an informal word for father
2. informal a name used in addressing an old or middle-aged man

POP

abbreviation for
1. (Telecommunications) point of presence: a device that enables access to the internet
2. (Computer Science) internet post office protocol: a protocol which brings e-mail to and from a mail server
3. Post Office Preferred (size of envelopes, etc)
4. (Environmental Science) persistent organic pollutant

pop1

(pɒp)

v. popped, pop•ping,
n., adv. v.i.
1. to make a short, quick, explosive sound: The cork popped.
2. to burst open with such a sound, as chestnuts or corn in roasting.
3. to come or go quickly, suddenly, or unexpectedly.
4. to shoot with a firearm: to pop at a mark.
5. (of eyes) to protrude from the sockets.
v.t.
6. to cause to make a sudden, explosive sound.
7. to cause to burst open with such a sound.
8. to put or thrust quickly: Pop the muffins into the oven.
9. to shoot; fire at.
10. Informal.
a. to take or swallow (pills), esp. habitually.
b. to eat compulsively, as snack foods.
11. pop for, Slang. to pay for, esp. as a treat.
12. pop in, Informal. to visit briefly; drop by.
13. pop off, Informal.
a. to die suddenly.
b. to depart abruptly.
c. to express oneself volubly or indiscreetly.
14. pop out, Baseball. to be put out by hitting a pop fly caught by a player on the opposing team.
15. pop up, Baseball. to hit a pop fly.
n.
16. a short, quick, explosive sound.
17. a popping.
18. a shot with a firearm.
19. soda pop.
adv.
20. with an explosive sound: The balloon went pop.
21. suddenly or unexpectedly.
Idioms:
1. a pop, Slang. each; apiece.
2. pop the question, Informal. to propose marriage.
[1375–1425; late Middle English (n.) poppe a blow; (v.) poppen to strike; of expressive orig.]

pop2

(pɒp)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to popular songs: pop singers.
2. of or pertaining to pop art.
3. reflecting or aimed at the tastes of the general masses of people: pop culture.
n.
4. popular music.
[1875–80]

pop3

(pɒp)

n. Informal.
father.
[1820–30; short form of poppa]

pop4

(pɒp)

n.
a frozen ice or ice-cream confection on a stick.
[probably shortening of Popsicle]

POP

or P.O.P. or p.o.p.,

1. point of purchase.
2. proof of purchase.

pop.

1. popular.
2. population.

pop


Past participle: popped
Gerund: popping

Imperative
pop
pop
Present
I pop
you pop
he/she/it pops
we pop
you pop
they pop
Preterite
I popped
you popped
he/she/it popped
we popped
you popped
they popped
Present Continuous
I am popping
you are popping
he/she/it is popping
we are popping
you are popping
they are popping
Present Perfect
I have popped
you have popped
he/she/it has popped
we have popped
you have popped
they have popped
Past Continuous
I was popping
you were popping
he/she/it was popping
we were popping
you were popping
they were popping
Past Perfect
I had popped
you had popped
he/she/it had popped
we had popped
you had popped
they had popped
Future
I will pop
you will pop
he/she/it will pop
we will pop
you will pop
they will pop
Future Perfect
I will have popped
you will have popped
he/she/it will have popped
we will have popped
you will have popped
they will have popped
Future Continuous
I will be popping
you will be popping
he/she/it will be popping
we will be popping
you will be popping
they will be popping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been popping
you have been popping
he/she/it has been popping
we have been popping
you have been popping
they have been popping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been popping
you will have been popping
he/she/it will have been popping
we will have been popping
you will have been popping
they will have been popping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been popping
you had been popping
he/she/it had been popping
we had been popping
you had been popping
they had been popping
Conditional
I would pop
you would pop
he/she/it would pop
we would pop
you would pop
they would pop
Past Conditional
I would have popped
you would have popped
he/she/it would have popped
we would have popped
you would have popped
they would have popped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pop - an informal term for a fatherpop - an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk
begetter, father, male parent - a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father); "his father was born in Atlanta"
2.pop - a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoringpop - a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
soft drink - nonalcoholic beverage (usually carbonated)
carbonated water, club soda, soda water, sparkling water, seltzer - effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide
3.pop - a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a corkpop - a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
4.pop - music of general appeal to teenagerspop - 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
popular music, popular music genre - any genre of music having wide appeal (but usually only for a short time)
Verb1.pop - bulge outward; "His eyes popped"
change form, change shape, deform - assume a different shape or form
2.pop - hit a pop-fly; "He popped out to shortstop"
baseball, baseball game - a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players; teams take turns at bat trying to score runs; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empty lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
hit - cause to move by striking; "hit a ball"
3.pop - make a sharp explosive noise; "The cork of the champagne bottle popped"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
pop - cause to make a sharp explosive sound; "He popped the champagne bottle"
sputter - make an explosive sound; "sputtering engines"
4.pop - fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise; "The soldiers were popping"
fire, discharge - cause to go off; "fire a gun"; "fire a bullet"
5.pop - cause to make a sharp explosive sound; "He popped the champagne bottle"
sound - cause to sound; "sound the bell"; "sound a certain note"
pop - make a sharp explosive noise; "The cork of the champagne bottle popped"
6.pop - appear suddenly or unexpectedly; "The farm popped into view as we turned the corner"; "He suddenly popped up out of nowhere"
appear - come into sight or view; "He suddenly appeared at the wedding"; "A new star appeared on the horizon"
7.pop - put or thrust suddenly and forcefully; "pop the pizza into the microwave oven"; "He popped the petit-four into his mouth"
throw, thrust - place or put with great energy; "She threw the blanket around the child"; "thrust the money in the hands of the beggar"
8.pop - release suddenly; "pop the clutch"
let go, let go of, release, relinquish - release, as from one's grip; "Let go of the door handle, please!"; "relinquish your grip on the rope--you won't fall"
9.pop - hit or strike; "He popped me on the head"
hit - deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument; "He hit her hard in the face"
10.pop - drink down entirelypop - drink down entirely; "He downed three martinis before dinner"; "She killed a bottle of brandy that night"; "They popped a few beer after work"
drink, imbibe - take in liquids; "The patient must drink several liters each day"; "The children like to drink soda"
11.pop - take drugs, especially orally; "The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves"
inject - take by injection; "inject heroin"
skin pop - inject (drugs) into the skin
12.pop - cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound; "The child popped the balloon"
pop - burst open with a sharp, explosive sound; "The balloon popped"; "This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven"
collapse, burst - cause to burst; "The ice broke the pipe"
13.pop - burst open with a sharp, explosive sound; "The balloon popped"; "This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven"
burst, break open, split - come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure; "The bubble burst"
pop - cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound; "The child popped the balloon"
Adj.1.pop - (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)
artistic creation, artistic production, art - the creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
nonclassical - not classical
Adv.1.pop - like a pop or with a pop; "everything went pop"

pop

noun
1. (Informal) soft drink, ginger (Scot.), soda (U.S. & Canad.), fizzy drink, cool drink (S. African) He still visits the village shop for buns and fizzy pop.
2. bang, report, crack, noise, burst, explosion Each corn kernel will make a loud pop when cooked.
verb
1. burst, crack, snap, bang, explode, report, go off (with a bang) The champagne cork popped and shot to the ceiling.
2. protrude, bulge, stick out My eyes popped at the sight of so much food.
3. put, insert, push, stick, slip, thrust, tuck, shove He plucked a grape from the bunch and popped it into his mouth.
4. (Informal) (often with in, out, etc.) call, visit, appear, drop in (informal), leave quickly, come or go suddenly, nip in or out (Brit. informal) Wendy popped in for a quick visit on Monday night.
pop up appear, emerge, turn up, show up (informal), crop up, materialize, make an appearance You could never be sure where he would pop up next.

pop 1

verb
1. To make a sudden sharp, explosive noise:
2. To come open or fly apart suddenly and violently, as from internal pressure:
blow (out), burst, explode.
Slang: bust.
3. To deliver a powerful blow to suddenly and sharply:
Informal: biff, bop, clip, wallop.
Slang: belt, conk, paste.
Idioms: let someone have it, sock it to someone.
phrasal verb
pop in
To go to or seek out the company of in order to socialize:
Idiom: pay a visit.
phrasal verb
pop off
Informal. To cease living:
Idioms: bite the dust, breathe one's last, cash in, give up the ghost, go to one's grave, kick the bucket, meet one's end, pass on to the Great Beyond, turn up one's toes.
noun
A sudden sharp, explosive noise:

pop 2

noun
Informal. A male parent:
Informal: dad, daddy, pa, papa, pappy.
Slang: old man.
Translations
شَعْبيفَرْقَعَهمُتَعَلِّق بالموسيقى الشَّعْبيَّهمَشْروب فَوّاريَضَع بِسُرْعَه
bouchnoutbouchnutípopšumivý nápojvsunout
knaldknaldepopputtesmutte
gosdrykkurhvellur, smellurpopp-setja hratt ískreppa, skjótast
ieplestiesizlēktizskrietliktnolikt
popšumivý nápojvyliezať z jamiek
hitro vtaknitiizstopitipočitipojaviti sepok
bir koşu gidivermekçabucak koyuvermekfal taşı gibi açılmakgazozpatla mak

pop

1 [pɒp]
A. N
1. (= sound) → pequeño estallido m; [of cork] → taponazo m; [of fastener etc] → ruido m seco; (= imitative sound) → ¡pum!
2. (= drink) → refresco m, gaseosa f (Sp)
3. (= try) to have or take a pop at (doing) sthprobar (a hacer) algo
4. to have or take a pop at sth/sb (= criticize) → criticar algo/a algn
5. the drinks go for $3.50 a pop (esp US) → las bebidas son a 3.50 dólares cada una
B. ADV to go pop [balloon] → reventar, hacer ¡pum!; [cork] → salir disparado, hacer ¡pum!
C. VT
1. [+ balloon] → hacer reventar; [+ cork] → hacer saltar
to pop one's clogs (Brit) → estirar la pata
2. (= put) → poner (rápidamente)
to pop sth into a drawermeter algo (rápidamente) en un cajón
to pop pillsdrogarse (con pastillas)
to pop the questiondeclararse
3. (= pawn) → empeñar
D. VI
1. [balloon] → reventar; [cork] → saltar, salir disparado
there were corks popping all overlos tapones saltaban por todas partes
to make sb's eyes pop (fig) → dejar a algn con los ojos fuera de órbita
his eyes nearly popped out of his head (in amazement) → se le saltaban los ojos
my ears popped on landingal aterrizar se me taponaron los oídos
2. (= go quickly or suddenly) we popped over to see themfuimos a hacerles una breve visita
let's pop round to Joe'svamos un momento a casa de Joe
pop back
A. VT + ADV [+ lid etc] → poner de nuevo, volver a poner
B. VI + ADVvolver un momento
pop in VI + ADVentrar un momento
to pop in to see sbpasar por casa de algn
I just popped inno tuve la intención de quedarme
I just popped in to say hellosólo vine a saludarte
pop off VI + ADV
1. (= die) → estirar la pata
2. (= leave) → irse, marcharse
pop on VT + ADV [+ light, oven] → poner, encender; [+ kettle] → poner (a calentar); [+ clothing] → ponerse (de prisa)
I'll just pop my hat onvoy a ponerme el sombrero
pop out
A. VT + ADV she popped her head outasomó de repente la cabeza
B. VI + ADVsalir un momento
he popped out for some cigarettessalió un momento a comprar cigarrillos
he popped out from his hiding placesalió de repente de su escondite
pop up VI + ADVaparecer inesperadamente

pop

2 [pɒp] =popular
A. N(música f) pop m
to be top of the popsser el número uno en la lista de éxitos
B. CPD [music, song, singer, concert, group] → pop inv
pop art Npop-art m, arte f pop
pop star Nestrella f de la música pop

pop

3 [pɒp] N (esp US) (= dad) → papá m

POP

[ˌpiːəʊˈpiː] n abbr (=persistent organic pollutant) → POP m(= polluant organique persistant)

pop

[ˈpɒp]
n
(= noise) → bruit m sec
to go pop [bulb] → faire paf; [balloon, tyre] → éclater
(also pop music) → musique f pop
(= fizzy drink) → boisson f gazeuse
(US) (= father) → papa m
vt
(= put) → fourrer
He popped a piece of gum into his mouth → Il a fourré un chewing-gum dans sa bouche.
Marianne got a couple of mugs and popped a tea bag into each one
BUT Marianne a pris deux tasses et mis un sachet de thé dans chacune.
vi
[balloon] → éclater
[cork] → sauter
[eyes]
Frankie's eyes were popping with amazement → Frankie ouvrait des yeux comme des soucoupes. pop music, pop group, pop singer, pop song, pop band
pop in
vipasser
I just popped in to say hello → Je suis juste passé dire bonjour.
to pop in to [+ shop, library, post office] → passer à
I need to pop in to the supermarket for some milk → Je dois passer au supermarché pour chercher du lait.
pop out
visortir
to pop out for sth → aller chercher qch
I'm just popping out for a newspaper → Je vais juste chercher le journal.
vt sep
She popped her head out of the window → Elle passa la tête par la fenêtre.
pop out to
vt fus [+ shop] → sortir pour aller à
He's just popped out to the supermarket → Il vient de sortir pour aller au supermarché.
pop round
vi [visitor] → passer
I'm just popping round to John's → Je vais juste passer chez John.
pop up
viapparaître, surgirpop art
npop art m
modif [style, work] → pop art invpop band ngroupe m poppop concert nconcert m pop

POP

, PoP (Telec, Internet) abbr of point of presenceEinwahlknoten m

pop

:
pop art
nPop-Art f
pop concert
nPopkonzert nt
popcorn
nPopcorn nt

pop

:
popeyed
adj personglotzäugig; (fig)mit Glotzaugen
pop festival
nPopfestival nt
pop group
nPopgruppe f
popgun
nSpielzeugpistole f
pop icon
nPopikone f, → Popidol nt

pop

:
pop music
nPopmusik f
popover
n (US) stark aufgehender hefiger Eierkuchen

pop

:
pop singer
nPopsänger(in) m(f)
pop socks
plKniestrümpfe pl
pop song
nPopsong m
pop star
nPopstar m

pop

1
n (esp US inf) (= father)Papa m (inf); (= elderly man)Opa m (hum inf)

pop

2
n (= pop music)Popmusik f, → Pop m

pop

3
n
(= sound)Knall m; the toy gun went off with a poppeng, ging die Spielzeugpistole los; the faint pop of a stud unfasteningdas leise „Popp“ eines aufspringenden Druckknopfs
(inf: = shot) → Schuss m; to have or take a pop at somebody/somethingauf jdn/etw (acc)ballern (inf); (= criticize)einen Seitenhieb gegen jdn/etw führen, auf jdn/etw losgehen; to have or take a pop at something (fig: = try) → einen Versuch wagen mit etw, sich an etw versuchen
(= fizzy drink)Brause f, → Limo f (inf)
(dated inf: = pawn) in popverpfändet, versetzt
(inf: = each) the drinks go for £3.50 a popjedes Getränk kostet £ 3,50
adv to go pop (cork) → knallen, hochgehen (inf); (balloon)platzen; (ears)mit einem Knacken aufgehen or (when going down) → zugehen; pop!peng!
vt
balloon, cornzum Platzen bringen; to pop cornPopcorn machen
(inf: = put) → stecken; to pop a letter into the postbox (Brit) or mailbox (US) → einen Brief einwerfen or einschmeißen (inf); he popped his head round the doorer streckte den Kopf durch die Tür; to pop a jacket/hat onsich (dat)ein Jackett überziehen/einen Hut aufsetzen; to pop one’s clogs (Brit hum inf) → das Zeitliche segnen (inf); to pop the questioneinen (Heirats)antrag machen; to pop one’s cork (inf)sich begeistern
(dated inf: = pawn) → versetzen
(inf) pillsschlucken (inf)
vi (inf)
(= go pop, burst) (cork)knallen; (balloon)platzen; (seed pods, buttons, popcorn)aufplatzen; (ears)knacken; his eyes were popping out of his headihm gingen die Augen über, ihm fielen fast die Augen aus dem Kopf (inf); suddenly her blouse popped openplötzlich platzte or sprang ihre Bluse auf
(= go quickly or suddenly) to pop along/down to the baker’sschnell zum Bäcker laufen; I’ll just pop upstairsich laufe mal eben nach oben; pop across/over/round and see me sometimekomm doch mal auf einen Sprung bei mir vorbei (inf); I thought I’d just pop down to London for the weekendich dachte, ich fahr mal eben übers Wochenende nach London

pop

1 [pɒp]
1. n
a. (sound) → schiocco
to go pop → schioccare
b. (fam) (drink) → bevanda gasata
2. vt
a. (balloon) → far scoppiare; (cork) → far saltare
b. (fam) (put) → mettere
I'll just pop my coat on → m'infilo il cappotto
she popped her head out (of the window) → sporse fuori la testa (from under the blankets) → fece capolino
to pop the question (fig) → fare la proposta di matrimonio
3. vi
a. (balloon) → scoppiare; (cork, buttons) → saltare; (ears) → sbloccarsi; (corn) → scoppiettare
b. (fam) (go quickly) she's just popped upstairsè andata di sopra un attimo
let's pop round to Joe's → facciamo un salto da Joe
pop in vi + adv (fam) → fare un salto, entrare un attimo
pop off vi + adv (Brit) (fam)
a. (die) → tirar le cuoia
b. (leave) → scappare
pop out vi + adv (person) → fare un salto fuori
to pop out to the shops → fare un salto ai negozi
his eyes nearly popped out of his head → sgranò tanto d'occhi
pop up vi + adv (fam) → apparire

pop

2 [pɒp] abbr of popular
1. adjpop inv
2. n (pop music) → musica pop
it's top of the pops → è in testa alla hit parade

pop

3 [pɒp] n (fam) (Am) (dad) → papà m inv

pop1

(pop) noun
1. a sharp, quick, explosive noise, such as that made by a cork as it comes out of a bottle. The paper bag burst with a loud pop.
2. fizzy drink. a bottle of pop.
verbpast tense, past participle popped
1. to (cause to) make a pop. He popped the balloon; My balloon has popped.
2. to spring upwards or outwards. His eyes nearly popped out of his head in amazement.
3. to go quickly and briefly somewhere. He popped out to buy a newspaper.
4. put quickly. He popped the letter into his pocket.
ˈpopcorn noun
a kind of maize that bursts open when it is heated, and is eaten either sweetened or salted.
ˈpop-gun noun
a toy gun that fires pellets by means of compressed air.
pop up
to appear. I never know where he'll pop up next.

pop2

(pop) adjective
(short for popular).
1. (of music) written, played etc in a modern style.
2. of, or related to, pop music. a pop group; a pop singer; pop records.

pop

n estallido; Did you hear a pop?..¿Escuchó un estallido?; vt, vi (fam) reventar(se); to — a pimple (fam o vulg) reventarse un grano
References in classic literature ?
It was said that Pop Geers, the great racing driver, would himself be there.
that's our first love; we marry and think to be happy for aye, when pop comes Libra, or the Scales --happiness weighed and found wanting; and while we are very sad about that, Lord
I asked the teacher what light wines were, and he thought it was something like new cider, or maybe ginger pop.
At the same time, I will not positively answer for my having never dropt a hint, because I know I do sometimes pop out a thing before I am aware.
when she thought it over afterwards, it occurred to her that she ought to have wondered at this, but at the time it all seemed quite natural); but when the Rabbit actually TOOK A WATCH OUT OF ITS WAISTCOAT- POCKET, and looked at it, and then hurried on, Alice started to her feet, for it flashed across her mind that she had never before seen a rabbit with either a waistcoat-pocket, or a watch to take out of it, and burning with curiosity, she ran across the field after it, and fortunately was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under the hedge.
McGREGOR came up with a sieve, which he intended to pop upon the top of Peter; but Peter wriggled out just in time, leaving his jacket behind him.
As to the tall, curly-haired man, I suppose it was the one who was with me at the last Pop.
But we will pop up our heads every few minutes to see if you are coming.
Again all was quiet, and continued so for such a length of time that I began to think the contending armies had agreed upon a suspension of hostilities; when pop went a third gun, followed as before with a yell.
But "no, he was a short-necked, apoplectic sort of fellow, and, plied well with good things, would soon pop off.
Green candy and green pop corn were offered for sale, as well as green shoes, green hats, and green clothes of all sorts.
For Heaven's sake, pop thy hands under the pump, Deb