Translation of "pop" - English-Spanish dictionary

pop

verb uk /pɒp/ (present participle popping, past tense and past participle popped)

to make a short sound like a small explosion

hacer ¡pop!
The music played and champagne corks popped.

informal to go to a particular place

hacer una visita rápida
I’ll pop into the supermarket on my way home.
→ Phrasal verbs pop up
noun uk /pɒp/

A2 [ no plural ] (also pop music /ˈpɒp ˌmjuː·zɪk/) modern music with a strong beat that is popular with young people

música pop

a short sound like a small explosion

estallido

(Translation of “pop” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pop

noun /pop/

a sharp, quick, explosive noise, such as that made by a cork as it comes out of a bottle

pequeño estallido
The paper bag burst with a loud pop.

fizzy drink

bebida gaseosa, refresco
a bottle of pop.
popcorn noun

a kind of maize that bursts open when it is heated, and is eaten either sweetened or salted.

palomitas
pop-gun noun

a toy gun that fires pellets by means of compressed air.

pistola de juguete de aire comprimido
pop up phrasal verb

to appear

aparecer, surgir, salir por
I never know where he’ll pop up next.

(Translation of “pop” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)