Bang, an onomatopoeic word

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Bang, an onomatopoeic word
 

Definition of the onomatopoeic word ‘pop’.

Pop
Pronunciation:
\ˈpäp\
Function:
verb
Inflected Form(s):
popped; pop·ping
Etymology:
Middle English poppen, of imitative origin
Date:
15th century
transitive verb
1: to strike or knock sharply : 
2: to push, put, or thrust suddenly and often deftly <pops a grape into her mouth> <popped in a CD>
3: to cause to explode or burst open <popped some popcorn> <pop the trunk>
4: to fire at : 
5: to take (pills) especially frequently or habitually
6: to open with a pop <pop a cold beer>intransitive verb
1 a: to go, come, or appear suddenly —often used with up <images popping up on the screen> <pop in for a visit> b: to escape or break away from something (as a point of attachment) usually suddenly or unexpectedly
2: to make or burst with a sharp sound <a balloon popped>
3: to protrude from the sockets <eyes popping with amazement>
4: to shoot with a firearm
5: to hit a pop fly —often used with up or out
pop the question
: to propose marriage


pop. (2008). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
Retrieved May 15, 2008, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pop
 
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