the characteristic pop music of Japan
the characteristic pop music of South Korea
If someone or something pops up, they appear in a place or situation unexpectedly.
to inject a narcotic drug under the skin, esp. in small quantities and infrequently
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 ball hit high in the air, often, specif., one hit just beyond the infield
When someone pops off, they die.
having a tab or ring that is pulled or pushed to make an opening in the top of a container
In a radio or television programme, a vox pop is an item consisting of a series of short interviews with ordinary members of the public.
a band, consisting of guitars, drums and sometimes other instruments, which plays pop music
a band which plays pop music
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
an on-the-spot quiz, giving no time for preparation
the premises of a pawnbroker
a song played by a pop group
a famous singer or musician who performs pop music
the subcutaneous or intramuscular injection of a narcotic
Soda pop is a sweet fizzy drink.
a type of pop music in which synthesizers are used to create the dominant sound
a type of popular music in which two records, usually from different genres or eras, are blended together into a whole, often using the vocal performance from one and the instrumental from the other
pop music that incorporates orchestral arrangements
a sweetened effervescent nonalcoholic drink flavoured with ginger extract
An artist is a performer such as a musician, actor, or dancer.
a concert of pop music
a person who sings pop songs
a form of popular dance music of the 1980s and 1990s combining elements of → techno with live instrumentation, pop lyrics, etc.
mom and pop:
a small family-owned private business enterprise
beliefs about psychology, and about ways of applying psychology, which are not based on science
a book with pages that rise when opened to simulate a three-dimensional form
a menu that suddenly appears when an option is selected
a bead that can be fastened together with other beads of the same type to form a necklace or bracelet
a toaster that has a mechanism that pushes slices of toast up when they are done
pop your clogs:
the voice of the people; popular or public opinion
pop one's clogs:
If you say that someone has popped their clogs, you mean that they have died.
pop the question:
to propose marriage
A restaurant is a place where you can eat a meal and pay for it. In restaurants your food is usually served to you at your table by a waiter or waitress .
champagne corks pop:
If you say that champagne corks are popping, you mean that people are celebrating something.
mom and pop store:
a small retail business, typically family-operated
to pop the question:
If you pop the question, you ask someone to marry you.
take a pop at someone:
to hit someone
take a pop at someone or something:
to attack or criticize someone or something