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Synonym: bangburstcrackdetonateexplodefireshootSimilar words: pop.populationpopularityMeaning: [pɑp /pɒp]  n. 1. an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk 2. a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring 3. a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork 4. 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. v. 1. bulge outward 2. hit a pop-fly 3. make a sharp explosive noise 4. fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise 5. cause to make a sharp explosive sound 6. appear suddenly or unexpectedly 7. put or thrust suddenly and forcefully 8. release suddenly 9. hit or strike 10. drink down entirely 11. take drugs, especially orally 12. cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound 13. burst open with a sharp, explosive sound. adj. (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people). adv. like a pop or with a pop. 
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1. I have no relish for pop music.
2. The girls worshipped the pop star.
3. He is enthusiastic about pop music.
4. He sneered at people who liked pop music.
5. The pop group is now touring the provinces.
6. She has an encyclopedic knowledge of pop trivia.
7. You really have an ear for pop music.
8. If you're ever passing pop in and see me.
9. The older generation doesn't like pop music.
10. There is a poster about the pop festival.
11. I'm fond of pop music.
12. Can television and pop music really be considered art?
13. The cork came out with a loud pop.
14. When he opened the bottle it went pop.
15. The pop festival passed off peacefully, despite the fears of local residents.
16. It is rude just to pop off after a dinner at a friend's home.
17. The balloon will pop if you put a pin in it.
18. Some of the younger pop bands try to imitate their musical heroes from the past.
19. The usual hoopla surrounded the arrival of the pop star.
20. Many a famous pop star has been ruined by drugs.
21. Pop stars have raised millions of pounds for famine relief in Africa.
22. His previous fusions of jazz,[] pop and African melodies have proved highly successful.
23. Pop music doesn't have to be trash, it can be art.
24. The cork came out of the bottle with a loud pop.
25. I was making a million a year, but that's chicken feed in the pop business.
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26. McCartney was also keen to write in a classical idiom, rather than a pop one.
27. Every wall in her bedroom was covered with pin-ups of her favourite pop star.
28. Her new single went straight to number one in the pop charts .
29. He could hear the tinny sound of a radio playing a pop song.
30. Do you prefer classical music like Mozart and Mahler, or pop?
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