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English definition of “pop”

pop

verb [I + adv/prep] (GO)    /pɒp/ US  /pɑːp/ (-pp-) mainly UK informal
B2 to go to a particular place : I've just got to pop into the bank to get some money . Paula popped out for a minute . Would you pop upstairs and see if Grandad is okay ? Why don't you pop in/over and see us this afternoon ?Visiting
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