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pop

noun
 
 
/pɒp/
MUSIC [U] ( also pop music,
 
 
)
A2 modern music with a strong beat which is popular with young peoplePop, rock and soulTypes of music
SOUND [C] a short sound like a small explosionSounds made by objects, movement or impact
DRINK [U] informal ( US usually soda) a sweet drink with bubblesSoft drinks
FATHER [no plural] US informal fatherNames people call their close relatives
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