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pop englannista suomeksi

  1. poksahtaa

  2. tyrkätä

  3. pullistua

  4. poksahtaen

  5. pamaus, poksahdus

  6. poppi, pop

  7. limppari, limonadi, virvoitusjuoma, limu

  8. ilmaantua

  9. päästää

  10. poksauttaa

  11. pamauttaa

  12. pop-

  13. napata

  14. paukutella

  15. isäukko

  16. lyödä koholyönti

  17. siemaista

  1. poksahdus

  2. limsa, limu, limppari

  3. poksahtaa

  4. poksauttaa

  5. ponnahtaa, pompata, pullahtaa

  6. tyrkätä

  7. vetää, poistaa

  8. nappailla

  9. vetäistä

  10. poksahtaa, aueta

  11. poks

  12. pop, poppi

  13. Substantiivi

pop englanniksi

  1. popular music

  1. A loud, sharp sound, as of a cork coming out of a bottle.

  2. (ux)

  3. An effervescent or fizzy drink, most frequently nonalcoholic; pop.

  4. 1941, ''LIFE'' magazine, 8 September 1941, page 27:

  5. The best thing on the table was a tray full of bottles of lemon pop.
  6. A bottle, can, or serving of effervescent or fizzy drink, most frequently nonalcoholic; a pop.

  7. A (m): a quick, possibly unaimed, shot with a firearm.

  8. A quantity dispensed; a portion; apiece.

  9. (quote-journal)|volume=23|issue=1|issn=1054-4836|page=(gbooks)|passage=British rockers Radiohead solved the "music is dead" dispute last year by allowing fans to name a price for the group's new album, ''In Rainbows''. (More than a million albums sold in the first week alone, at an average $8 a pop).

  10. Something that out|stands out or is distinctive to the mind or senses.

  11. The removal of a data item from the top of a stack.

  12. (quote-book)

  13. A bird, the European redwing.

  14. The sixth derivative of the position vector with respect to time (after velocity, acceleration, jerk, jounce, crackle), i.e. the rate of change of crackle.

  15. A pistol.

  16. A small, immature peanut, boiled as a snack.

  17. 1986, ''Mid-America Folklore'' (volume 14, page 6)

  18. Immature peanuts, called "pops," are often included when the peanuts are boiled at home (..)
  19. 2013, Becky Billingsley, ''A Culinary History of Myrtle Beach & the Grand Strand''

  20. If the peanuts weren't yet mature, boiling them would make the tiny nuts—or “pops,” as they're called at that immature stage—swell up and become more filling.
  21. To make a pop, or sharp, quick sound.

  22. To burst (something) with a popping sound.

  23. (RQ:Woolf Jacob's Room)

  24. (quote-journal)

  25. The court was told Robins had asked if she could use the oven to heat some baby food for her child. Knutton heard a loud popping noise "like a crisp packet being popped" coming from the kitchen followed by a "screeching" noise. When she saw what had happened to the kitten she was sick in the sink.
  26. To enter, or issue forth, with a quick, sudden movement; to move from place to place suddenly; to dart.

  27. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet)

  28. (RQ:Spectator)

  29. 1626, (w), "On the Nativity", ''Sermons'', iv

  30. So, diving in a bottomless sea, they Roman Church pop sometimes above water to take breath.
  31. (RQ:Swift A Letter to a Young Clergyma)

  32. others again have a trick of popping up and down every moment from their paper, to the audience, like an idle schoolboy
  33. 1773, (w), ''(w)'', ii

  34. When company comes, you are not to pop out and stare, and then run in again, like frightened rabbits in a warren.
  35. To place (something) (somewhere); to move or position (something) with a short movement.

  36. To make a short trip or visit.

  37. To out; to be distinctive to the senses.

  38. She also looked like a star - and not the Beltway type. On a stage full of stiff suits, she popped.
  39. To hit (something or someone).

  40. To shoot (usually somebody) with a firearm.

  41. To ejaculate; to orgasm.

  42. (RQ:Welsh Trainspotting) Ah think aboot how close she is tae poppin and how far up ah am, (..)

  43. To remove (a data item) from the top of a stack.

  44. 2010, Enrico Perla, Massimiliano Oldani, ''A Guide to Kernel Exploitation: Attacking the Core'' (page 55)

  45. Once the callee (the called function) terminates, it cleans the stack that it has been locally using and pops the next value stored on top of the stack.
  46. 2011, John Mongan, Noah Kindler, Eric Giguère, ''Programming Interviews Exposed''

  47. The algorithm pops the stack to obtain a new current node when there are no more children (when it reaches a leaf).
  48. To birth.

  49. (quote-av)|director=Julian Simpson|actor=(w)|role=Madame Kovarian|episode=(w)|title=(w)|date=28 May 2011|season=6/32|number=6|text=Well, dear. You're ready to pop, aren't you? Little one's on its way.

  50. (quote-book)|section=Comic 1362 - Prophecy|sectionurl=https://rain.thecomicseries.com/comics/1362/|format=webcomic|text="Gavin told me one of his friends was pregnant, but my goodness, she looks ready to pop."

  51. To pawn (something) (to raise money).

  52. To swallow or consume (especially a tablet of a drug, sometimes extended to other small items such as sweets or candy).

  53. 1994, Ruth Garner and Patricia A. Alexander, ''Beliefs about text and instruction with text'':

  54. We were drinking beer and popping pills — some really strong downers. I could hardly walk and I had no idea what I was saying.
  55. (quote-journal)|volume=23|issue=1|issn=1054-4836|page=(gbooks)|passage=31 (smallcaps) You'll stay sharp and focused for that final lunge toward the weekend. Milk chocolate has been shown to boost verbal and visual memory, impulse control, and reaction time.

  56. To perform (a move or stunt) while riding a board or vehicle.

  57. 1995, David Brin, ''Startide Rising'':

  58. Huck spun along the beams and joists, making me gulp when she popped a wheelie or swerved past a gaping hole...
  59. 2009, Ben Wixon, ''Skateboarding: Instruction, Programming, and Park Design'':

  60. The tail is the back of the deck; this is the part that enables skaters to pop ollies...
  61. To undergo equalization of pressure when the tubes open.

  62. To perform the popping style of dance.

  63. (quote-song)|title=(w)|passage=Let the poppers pop and the breakers break / We're cool, cool cats, it's like that

  64. To arrest.

  65. Used to represent a loud, sharp sound, as of a cork coming out of a bottle.

  66. (RQ:Conrad Heart of Darkness)

  67. (quote-book)|publisher=Charles Scribner's Sons|location=New York|page=2|passage=So he scraped and scratched and scrabbled and scrooged and then he scrooged again and scrabbled and scratched and scraped, working busily with his little paws and muttering to himself, 'Up we go! Up we go!' till at last, pop! his snout came out into the sunlight, and he found himself rolling in the warm grass of a great meadow.

  68. One's father.

  69. Popular.

  70. music|Pop music.

  71. A Orthodox priest; a parson.

  72. 1822, Mikhaïlov Vasiliï, ''Adventures of Michailow'', 4

  73. There was at that time in the house of the Consul a Pop (or Russian Priest) named (smallcaps).
  74. 2001, Spas Raïkin, ''Rebel with a Just Cause'', 292 n.28

  75. The contemporary priest's... own children are ashamed and some abusers are openly "transmitting the pop" (a gesture of mocking the priest on the street, where a man would touch his private parts while smiling at other passers-by)
  76. 2006, Peter Neville, ''A Traveller's History of Russia'', 123

  77. By the end of 1809 she was declaring to all and sundry that she would sooner marry 'a ''pop'' than the sovereign of a country under the influence of France'. Since a pop was a Russian Orthodox parish priest, the reference was hardly likely to endear her family to the French.
  78. doll

  79. octopus

  80. popular

  81. (l)

  82. (syn)

  83. (n-g)

  84. (n-g): darling, sweetheart.

  85. A pretty girl or young woman.

  86. A girl or woman who wears a lot of make-up.

  87. (l)

  88. (nl-verb form of)

  89. pop (gloss)

  90. pop (gloss)

  91. (l) (gloss)

  92. (l), music

  93. (l), music

  94. (l).

  95. (l).

  96. (l) (l)

  97. flirting

  98. Orthodox priest

  99. priest (qualifier)

  100. priest

  101. music, pop

  102. popcorn

  103. pop, music

  104. Pope

  105. music|Pop music

  106. (l), (l)

  107. pop (gl)

  108. baby

  109. doll, dummy, puppet

  110. dear, darling