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Detailed Translations for pop from English to Spanish


pop [the ~] noun

  1. the pop (soft drink; soda; soda pop)
    el refresco
  2. the pop (detonation; explosion; boom; bang; crack)
    la explosión; el estallido; el ¡pum!; el ¡zas!

to pop verb (pops, popped, popping)

  1. to pop (bang; crack; boom)
  2. to pop (bulge out; bulge)
  3. to pop
    – To fetch the top (most recently added) element of a stack, removing that element from the stack in the process. 1

Conjugations for pop:

  1. pop
  2. pop
  3. pops
  4. pop
  5. pop
  6. pop
simple past
  1. popped
  2. popped
  3. popped
  4. popped
  5. popped
  6. popped
present perfect
  1. have popped
  2. have popped
  3. has popped
  4. have popped
  5. have popped
  6. have popped
past continuous
  1. was popping
  2. were popping
  3. was popping
  4. were popping
  5. were popping
  6. were popping
  1. shall pop
  2. will pop
  3. will pop
  4. shall pop
  5. will pop
  6. will pop
continuous present
  1. am popping
  2. are popping
  3. is popping
  4. are popping
  5. are popping
  6. are popping
  1. be popped
  2. be popped
  3. be popped
  4. be popped
  5. be popped
  6. be popped
  1. pop!
  2. let's pop!
  3. popped
  4. popping
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for pop:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
estallido bang; boom; crack; detonation; explosion; pop bursting; emotionale outburst; eruption; explosion; falling-out; outbreak; outburst
explosión bang; boom; crack; detonation; explosion; pop bang; blast; boom; discharge; emotionale outburst; eruption; explosion; falling-out; outburst; sudden explosion
refresco pop; soda; soda pop; soft drink chill; cold snap; cool; cooling; cooling-draught; coolness; delicacy; lemon syrup; lemonade; refreshment; tidbit
¡pum! bang; boom; crack; detonation; explosion; pop
¡zas! bang; boom; crack; detonation; explosion; pop
- dad; dada; daddy; pa; papa; pappa; pop music; popping; soda; soda pop; soda water; tonic
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abultar bulge; bulge out; pop blow up; exaggerate; heighten; overdo
detonar bang; boom; crack; pop chuck down; fling down; flop
estallar bang; boom; crack; pop acquire; blow to bits; blow to pieces; blow up; break; break loose; burn loose; burst; burst into pieces; burst open; burst out to; chuck down; come loose; crack; explode; fling down; flop; flop down; fly to pieces; get the hang of; intentionally destroy; jump down; jump over; leap down; leap off; learn; pick up; plop down; plump down; shatter; snap; spring open; study
sacar pop absorb; accuse; bail out; bale out; blame; bring out; cheat; collect; discredit; draw up; excerpt; extract; fool; gain; get undone; go short; hold against; learn; play up; play up in a cardgame; pull out; rebuke; receive; reprimand; reproach; show; strike up; take out; tap; trick; undo; unpick; untie
tronar bang; boom; crack; pop bark; bawl; bellow; boom; chuck down; cry; cry out; curse; echo; fling down; flop; grumble; rage; rant; resound; reverberate; roar; scream; shout; shriek; sound; swear; yell
- belt down; bolt down; bug out; bulge; bulge out; come out; crop up; down; drink down; kill; pop out; pop up; pour down; protrude; start; toss off
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- popular

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Related Definitions for "pop":

  1. (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)2
  2. like a pop or with a pop2
    • everything went pop2
  3. music of general appeal to teenagers; a bland watered-down version of rock'n'roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love2
  4. a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork2
  5. a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring2
  6. an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk2
  7. burst open with a sharp, explosive sound2
    • The balloon popped2
    • This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven2
  8. cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound2
    • The child popped the balloon2
  9. fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise2
    • The soldiers were popping2
  10. take drugs, especially orally2
    • The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves2
  11. drink down entirely2
    • They popped a few beer after work2
  12. hit or strike2
    • He popped me on the head2
  13. hit a pop-fly2
    • He popped out to shortstop2
  14. release suddenly2
    • pop the clutch2
  15. put or thrust suddenly and forcefully2
    • pop the pizza into the microwave oven2
    • He popped the petit-four into his mouth2
  16. bulge outward2
    • His eyes popped2
  17. appear suddenly or unexpectedly2
    • The farm popped into view as we turned the corner2
    • He suddenly popped up out of nowhere2
  18. make a sharp explosive noise2
    • The cork of the champagne bottle popped2
  19. cause to make a sharp explosive sound2
    • He popped the champagne bottle2
  20. To fetch the top (most recently added) element of a stack, removing that element from the stack in the process.1

Wiktionary Translations for pop:

  1. sound made in imitation of the sound
  1. affectionate form of father

Cross Translation:
pop música pop; pop PopKurzform von: Popmusik, einer zeitgenössischen Form der Unterhaltungsmusik
pop papá papa — Père

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