Synsets for "pop"

Synset: dad.n.01

Synonyms: dad

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk

Examples:

Lemmas: dad dada daddy pa papa pappa pop

Hypernym: father

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Synset: pop.n.02

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring

Examples: in New England they call sodas tonics

Lemmas: pop soda soda_pop soda_water tonic

Hypernym: soft_drink

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Synset: pop.n.03

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork

Examples:

Lemmas: pop popping

Hypernym: sound

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Synset: pop_music.n.01

Synonyms: pop_music

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: 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

Examples:

Lemmas: pop_music pop

Hypernym: popular_music

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Synset: start.v.14

Synonyms: start

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: bulge outward

Examples: His eyes popped

Lemmas: start protrude pop pop_out bulge bulge_out bug_out come_out

Hypernym: change_shape

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Synset: pop.v.02

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: hit a pop-fly

Examples: He popped out to shortstop

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: hit

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Synset: pop.v.03

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: make a sharp explosive noise

Examples: The cork of the champagne bottle popped

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: sound

Hyponym: sputter

Antonyms:

    

Synset: pop.v.04

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise

Examples: The soldiers were popping

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: fire

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Synset: pop.v.05

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: cause to make a sharp explosive sound

Examples: He popped the champagne bottle

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: sound

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Synset: crop_up.v.01

Synonyms: crop_up

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: appear suddenly or unexpectedly

Examples: The farm popped into view as we turned the corner | He suddenly popped up out of nowhere

Lemmas: crop_up pop_up pop

Hypernym: appear

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Synset: pop.v.07

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: put or thrust suddenly and forcefully

Examples: pop the pizza into the microwave oven | He popped the petit-four into his mouth

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: throw

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Synset: pop.v.08

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: release suddenly

Examples: pop the clutch

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: let_go_of

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Synset: pop.v.09

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: hit or strike

Examples: He popped me on the head

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: hit

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Synset: toss_off.v.02

Synonyms: toss_off

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: drink down entirely

Examples: He downed three martinis before dinner | She killed a bottle of brandy that night | They popped a few beer after work

Lemmas: toss_off pop bolt_down belt_down pour_down down drink_down kill

Hypernym: drink

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Synset: pop.v.11

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: take drugs, especially orally

Examples: The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: inject

Hyponym: skin_pop

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Synset: pop.v.12

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound

Examples: The child popped the balloon

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: collapse

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Synset: pop.v.13

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: burst open with a sharp, explosive sound

Examples: The balloon popped | This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven

Lemmas: pop

Hypernym: burst

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Synset: popular.s.04

Synonyms: popular

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)

Examples:

Lemmas: popular pop

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Synset: pop.r.01

Synonyms: pop

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: like a pop or with a pop

Examples: everything went pop

Lemmas: pop

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POP BRIO BRIO is part of first Slovenian subscription package - POP NON STOP since September 2011. Six channels are offered in the package: POP KINO, POP KINO2, POP BRIO, POP FANI, POP OTO and POP SPOT.
Hokkien pop Taiwanese pop (台語流行音樂), Tai-pop, T-pop, and Taiwanese song (台灣歌), Fukienese pop (福建話流行音樂), Southern Min pop (閩南語流行音樂), Minnan pop, Minnopop, Hoklo pop, and Holo pop, is a C-pop genre sung in Hokkien and produced mainly in Taiwan. Hokkien pop is the most popular amongst Hoklo people in Taiwan, China, and the Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia.
Tiny Pop Tiny Pop is a sister channel to Pop, which was launched on 29 May 2003. Tiny Pop is a replacement for the retired station Pop Plus, which was originally a secondary channel of Pop. Tiny Pop is aimed at a very young audience (similar to CBeebies). Tiny Pop has two further sister channels: Pop Girl was launched on 6 August 2007, and Kix was launched on 19 May 2008, when it replaced Pop +1, the 1-hour timeshift of Pop.
Latin pop Latin pop (Spanish and Portuguese: "Pop latino") refers to pop music that contains sounds or influence from Latin America, but it can also mean pop music from anywhere in the Spanish-speaking and Portuguese-speaking world. Latin pop usually combines upbeat Latin music with American pop music. Latin pop is commonly associated with Spanish-language pop, rock, and dance music.
The Summer Set "Love Like This" has been described as alternative rock, emo-pop, pop, pop punk, and synthpop. "Everything's Fine" has been described as emo pop, pop, pop punk, pop rock, power pop, and reggae pop. "Legendary" has been described as country-pop, emo-pop, pop, and pop rock.
Emilia-Romagna Emilia-Romagna has thirteen cities above 50,000 (based on 2006 estimates): Bologna (pop. 388,257, metropolitan area est. 1,005,000), Modena (pop. 185,228), Parma (pop. 187,159), Reggio Emilia (pop. 170,355), Ravenna (pop. 149,084), Rimini (pop. 138,060), Ferrara (pop. 131,907), Forlì (pop. 112,477), Piacenza (pop. 99,340), Cesena (pop. 93,857), Imola (pop. 66,340), Carpi (pop. 64,517) and Faenza (pop. 58,813).
Sundanese pop Sundanese pop or Pop sunda is Indonesian pop music which is a blend of traditional Sundanese music with contemporary western pop music.
Pinoy pop Pinoy pop or Filipino pop (abbreviation: OPM pop, P-pop) refers to popular contemporary music in the Philippines. With its beginnings in the 1970s, Filipino pop is a growing genre. It stems from a broader genre, Original Pilipino Music (OPM).
Tiny Pop On 14 July 2016, Tiny Pop +1 was replaced by Pop Max. The channel airs full series of various shows from POP. Pop Max closed on 1 December 2016, and reverted to Tiny Pop +1, the stations timeshift service.
Musilac Music Festival Baroque pop, dream pop, indie pop, power pop, synthpop, trip, twee and wonky pop.
Tru 2 da Game "Pop Goes My 9" samples "(Pop, Pop, Pop, Pop) Goes My Mind" by LeVert
Arabic pop music Arabic pop music or Arab pop is a subgenre of Pop music and Arabic music.
Pop (video game) Pop: Lite & Pop: Chill are stripped down versions of Pop for iOS.
Pop (ghost) Thai films about Pop include 1989 movie "Ban Phi Pop" (บ้านผีปอบ), "The House of Pop", 1990 movies "Ban Phi Pop 2" (บ้านผีปอบ 2), "The House of Pop 2", "Lang Phao Phan Khot Phi Pop" (ล้างเผ่าพันธุ์โคตรผีปอบ), "Holocaust of the Ogre Clan", "Tanha Phra Chan" (ตัณหาพระจันทร์), "Midnight Shade 2", and "Pop Phi Hian" (ปอบผีเฮี้ยน), "Pop is strong enough", all by Ekapan Banleurit, as well as "Phi Lop Pop Mai Lop" (ผีหลบปอบไม่หลบ), "Phan Phi Pop" (พันธุ์ผีปอบ), "The Breed of Pop", and "Phi Pop Chom Tingtong" (ผีปอบจอมติ้งต๊อง), "Pop at its Most Crazy". It also appears in movies with a mixture of horror and comedy such as 2008 film "Ban Phi Poep" (บ้านผีเปิบ), "The House of the Spirit Gorging itself", and "Krasue Fat Pop" (1990) with Chutima Naiyana, in which Krasue fights against Pop, judged to be a more malevolent spirit than Krasue by the villagers.
Brokenhearted (Karmin song) "Brokenhearted" is a pop and dance-pop song with elements of pop rock, post-disco, bubblegum pop, and pop rap.
Duchy of Urnst As of 591 CY, the most populous towns are Leukish (pop. 22,300), Nellix (pop. 13,400), Seltaren (pop. 9,800), Nyrstran (pop. 8,600), Pontyrel (pop. 7,550), and Goldplain (pop. 6,700).
Indo pop Indonesian pop music today is heavily influenced by trends and recordings from America, Britain, Japan, and Korea; however, in return the Indonesian style of pop music has influenced the regional pop culture in Southeast Asia, especially the Malaysian pop scene that began to imitating the Indonesian style of pop music in late 2000s. Although influences ranging from American pop, British pop, and also Asian J-pop and K-pop are obvious, the Indonesian pop phenomenon is not completely derivative; it expresses the sentiments and styles of contemporary Indonesian life.
Pop pop boat Commercial pop pop boats have usually been made out of tinplate. The hull of the boat may be made out of any material that floats. Homemade pop pop boats are often made out of wood.
Livadeia The community Livadeia consists of the following outlying settlements (besides the town itself): Agios Nikolaos Livadeias (pop: 25), Analypsis Livadeias (pop: 184), Elikon (pop: 43), Perachora (pop: 279), Stathmos (pop: 3), Tzimeika (pop: 25) and Tsoukalades (pop: 149).
Indo pop Indo-pop (Indonesian:Pop Indo) also known as Indonesian pop is loosely defined as Indonesian pop music; however, in a wider sense it can also encompass Indonesian pop culture, which also includes Indonesian cinema and "sinetrons" (Indonesian TV drama).