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Pop Up meaning in English

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Pop Up

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1. crop up, pop, pop up

appear suddenly or unexpectedly

Example Sentences:
'The farm popped into view as we turned the corner'
'He suddenly popped up out of nowhere'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.

Pop Up

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(of an appliance) characterized by or having a mechanism that pops up
a pop-up toaster
(of a book) having pages that rise when opened to simulate a three-dimensional form
3. computing
(of a menu on a computer screen, etc) suddenly appearing when an option is selected
(of a shop, restaurant, venue, or other small business) intentionally opening and closing for business within a very short span of time
a pop-up shop
verb pop up
5. (intr, adverb)
to appear suddenly from below
6. computing
something that appears over or above the open window on a computer screen

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Pop Up

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1.  Baseball
pop1 (sense 5)
2.  Computing
a window, containing a message or menu, that appears superimposed over the window in use, often, specif., one containing an advertisement from the Web
of or designating a book designed so that cut-out portions of an illustration lift when the book is opened to its page, producing a three-dimensional effect

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.

Pop Up

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1. Emerging quickly from a recessed or concealed position when activated: pop-up gun emplacements.
2. Rising to form a three-dimensional structure when a page is opened: pop-up illustrations in a children's book.
3. Intended to remain open for business only temporarily: "The site ... has been home to many pop-up exhibits and stores" (Stuart Elliott).
1. A device or illustration that pops up.
2. Computers A webpage or advertisement that opens automatically in a new window of a web browser.
3. Baseball See pop fly.
4. A business or establishment, such as a shop or restaurant, that is intended to remain open for business only temporarily.

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