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Spanish translation of “pop”

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.
(Definition of pop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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