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Translation of "pop" - English-Turkish dictionary

pop

verb     /pɒp/ ( present participle popping, past tense and past participle popped)
[I, T] to make a short sound like a small explosion, or to make something do this by breaking it patla(t)mak The music played and champagne corks popped.Sounds made by objects, movement or impactExploding and eruptingExplosives in general
pop in/out/over, etc informal
B2 to go to a particular place uğramak, belli bir yere gitmek Doug's just popped out for a few minutes. I'll pop into the supermarket on my way home.Visiting
pop sth in/into/on, etc informal
to quickly put something in a particular place atıvermek, bırakıvermek, koyuvermek Can you pop the pizza in the oven?Hurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and activePlacing and positioning an object
pop out/up
to move quickly and suddenly, especially out of something yerinden fırlamak; ok gibi fırlayıp çıkmak Moving quickly
(Definition of pop verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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