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pop-up

noun [C]
 
 
E-COMMERCE, MARKETING an advertisement that is shown in a new window in front of the window that you are looking at on a website: We do not allow pop-ups of any kind on our website. →  Compare pop-under
( also pop-up menu) IT a list of choices that is shown on a computer screen when the user asks for it: This pop-up can be displayed anywhere on the page with a right-click of the mouse.
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