There are 3 main translations of pop in Spanish

: pop1pop2pop3

pop1

estallar, v.

Pronunciation /pɑp//pɒp/

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (balloon) estallar
    (balloon) reventar(se)
    (cork) saltar
    my ears popped se me destaparon los oídos
    • his button popped se le saltó el botón
    • a popping sound/noise un ligero estallido
    • Democratization there is in its very, very early stages, and could pop like a balloon.
    • In the meantime, here's how to keep your cork from popping before the glasses are chilled.
    • He was trying to eat dinner - trying because these balloons were popping, quite loudly, every five minutes.
    • We ran in and rushed around popping all the balloons!
    • I felt and probably looked like a balloon under pressure, about to pop if anything else filled my head.
    • At about 3: 30 the following morning Kathy is woken up by popping sounds resembling small explosions.
    • She added that fuses popped regularly and water had been seeping down the walls of their home.
    • They find high emotional drama in balloons expanding and potentially popping.
    • Several bones popped, protesting the sudden movement after being stationary for so long.
    • Champagne corks were popping in unison with the fireworks as people celebrated.
    • The waitstaff stops mid-clap and looks as if someone had just popped all their balloons.
    • But they know that although champagne corks may be popping in the boardrooms, there is little to celebrate around the kitchen table.
    • His fists tightened until his knuckles popped and the girls' eyes widened.
    • Evan wrestled with the wires and the cork popped leaving a spray of wine in its wake.
    • Normal spinal joints often make popping sounds when the joint surfaces are forcefully separated by manipulation.
    • But you could hear all the corks popping as guests felt slightly more comfortable about imbibing a tipple or two.
    • The drama for residents in nearby Bole Foot began at around 2am as they heard a series of loud bangs - caused by tyres bursting in the heat and air bags popping.
    • When the flash bulbs began popping, one wondered who was more charmed - the children, the artiste or the cameras.
    • Seems he was at a kids party where the balloons popped and scared the life out of him!
    • All of a sudden there was a popping, it sounded like champagne popping.
  • 2

    (spring)
    saltar
    his eyes were popping (out of his head) los ojos se le salían de las órbitas
    • a head popped over the wall se asomó una cabeza por encima del muro
    • He got up and took out another bottle of wine from the fridge and popped it open.
    • Tearing the cellophane off of the CD, she popped it open and inserted it into the boom box, hitting play and cranking it.
    • She lifted it up and popped it open, providing some shelter.
    • James hopped in and popped the passenger door open for her.
    • She placed her briefcase on her desk and popped it open.
    • Leaning in over the door, I played for a long moment with the idea of wiring the old girl and taking her for a spin, but settled for popping the hood release.
    • Brian moved out from the kitchen, popping the tab on a can of pop and nudging Katie.
    • In the middle was a long rectangular table, and he planted the briefcase on the table, and popped it open.
    • He also popped the window open a few times to drag on a cigarette.
    • He watched as she moved quickly toward her briefcase and popped the latch.
    • I throw a suitcase on the bed and pop it open, and begin to stuff clothes into drawers and hang them in the wardrobe.
    • After a hearty lunch, I had to pop my top button open.
    • Angie touched the locket, popping it open to see the upside down photo of Chad.
    • I grabbed another soda from the six pack and popped it open.
    • Kevin opened up the refrigerator, popped the milk container open, and drank straight from the carton.
    • That meant seeds had to be popped from the dried grapes or raisins - a task made easier by many hands.
    • After a struggle, she got the bag of chips open and popped the tab on her soda.
    • She quickly popped the lid and poured a couple of Advil's into her hand.
    • She handed us both a beer, we popped it open and started talking.
    • She went to the trunk and popped it open, placing Adrianne's bags into the back.
  • 3informal

    (go casually)
    I popped across the road for some milk crucé un momento a comprar leche
    • he just popped in to say hello pasó un minuto a saludar
    • could you pop into my office on your way out? ¿puedes pasar por mi oficina al salir?
    • I'm popping out to get some cigarettes voy a salir un momento a comprar cigarrillos
    • When I popped in last night to check how he's doing I noticed that his bed, computer and CD player are in one small corner of the room.
    • The shop is poorly run, inadequately stocked, with indifferent staff, but you can at least pop in and out within five minutes.
    • When we popped in to see how things are going, there were half a dozen former regulars of the newly-refurbished Walker's Bar in there too.
    • On Thursday night, she had dinner at The Restaurant on John Dalton Street, where Fran from Travis popped in for a bite.
    • We popped next door to the hairdresser.
    • A fortnight ago, I had to unexpectedly pop home from the office.
    • The Minister also popped in to meet the staff and students at Horsforth School during a busy return trip to West Yorkshire.
    • If you can't pop along to a pressure station there are lots of places where you can get your blood pressure checked.
    • All of a sudden, the door bursts open and Maggie pops in.
    • Joel himself popped in a few moments after, but I hardly noticed.
    • Within minutes he popped back in the room with three cans of paint and some brushes.
    • Anyhow, I welcome any readers that popped in here for a look at that post yesterday and decided to stick around.
    • They want a copy of my eyesight prescription, so I popped over to my opticians in Farnham this afternoon.
    • This is a joke I often make when I pop next door for a Christmas drink or something.
    • My lovely friend Jane G has just popped in to work to see me.
    • For desert, pop next door to the Veggie House for the best bubble tea in the city.
    • Other times he'd leave and pop back in within minutes.
    • They popped in to see me and introduce themselves.
    • He had just been released by first club Motherwell which he joined as a teenager after Alex McLeish popped round to the house one night.
    • I popped into the supermarket with the hope of being out again within a few minutes, only to be held captive on the car park due to the complicated road system.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (burst)
    (balloon) reventar
    (balloon) hacer estallar
  • 2

    (put quickly, casually)
    she popped her head around the door asomó la cabeza por la puerta
    • pop it into your pocket métetelo en el bolsillo
    • pop your coat on ponte el abrigo
  • 3informal

    (pill/drug)
    tragar
    • Considering he's only three, I better keep popping the Advils and never look back.
    • Ogilvy said he could see the day when players are tempted to pop pills or stick needles in their arms to get an edge.
    • She'd tossed back drinks and popped pills all of his childhood, leaving him and his brothers in care of nannies, so what was she doing now?
    • It's important to think carefully about the pills you pop or the socially acceptable drugs you use regularly.
    • You're an egomaniac who tries to escape every kind of trouble he can by popping pills or drinking.
    • Today's woman can choose to pop a pill, stick on a patch or take an injection.
    • They hear scary tales about sniffing glue, popping pills and shooting heroin.
    • Quickly I popped a couple pills and swallowed them down.
    • I'm losing track of the point and the facts even when I'm not popping my little orange pills.
    • He popped an aspirin and drank half a bottle of water, but his tongue still felt dry as sandpaper.
    • I'd imagine they'll spend the rest of the night popping vitamin C.
    • He said some people pop over-the-counter pain relievers like they're candy.
    • She was forced to give up the child and from 15 she worked the freeways, turning tricks for motorists, drinking beer, popping pills and hustling pool.
    • He was, it seems, referring obliquely to the haze created by all those mind-expanding drugs the beautiful people popped, mainlined and smoked.
    • And frankly, who wouldn't want to pop a few placid pills or love potions just to escape from the long list of wicked words mentioned above.
    • He demeaned people who were drug addicts while he was popping damn near every legal painkiller on the market.
    • It's not simply a matter of popping a pill and suddenly zooming ahead.
    • If that's all too much to remember, there are a few pills you can pop before the memory-enhancing medication hits the market.
    • I've eaten breakfast, popped pills, drunk coffee, now need to shower.
    • Patricia never recovered from the shock and fell into drinking and popping pills.

noun

  • 1

    Cooking
    gaseosa feminine
  • 2informal

    (time)
    they cost $50 a pop cuestan $50 por vez
    • I mean, the record industry was much happier when they were selling 500,000, a million things at $20 a pop than 500 million songs at 99 cents a pop.
    • They only cost five dollars a pop and come in six different colors: light blue, navy blue, white, olive green, black, and red.
    • The sodas were free, but the booze was four dollars a pop.
    • He can make speeches for many thousands of dollars a pop.
    • They spend the time writing, producing and recording the songs and I pay 15 dollars a pop to say thank you.
    • And by then Edison's stock, which had traded as high as $23 a share in the glory days of 2001, was chugging along at 85 cents a pop.
    • At 25 cents a pop, the fun 'n' games won't break the bank.
    • Not bad for merchandise that went for 10 cents a pop.
    • For 99 cents a pop, plus a monthly download fee, you can store a file wherever you'd like.
    • Or the snack vendor in Bella Vista's coffee fields who sells banana chips and fruit juice for about 25 cents a pop.

noun

Music

  • 1

    música pop feminine
    • Alarm clocks were going off, playing rock, Christian pop, jazz or reggae.
    • I'm just blown away by the fusions of Brazilian music and pop, rock, and jazz taking place there.
    • The music is mainstream alternative pop and rock music, with little or no variation.
    • Hence there isn't really anything that could be classified as plain old pop or rock music.
    • From The Smiths to Nirvana, much of the best pop and rock music has been made by fans.
    • The category of pop and rock music was left up to the audience to choose a winner.
    • It brings pop, rock, reggae, classical, techno and 80's music into most cars.
    • The result is being billed as an album of experimental yet accessible 21st century pop.
    • The sound planning and design make sure that the music, whether hard rock or pop, does not overwhelm any conversation.
    • You download pop and rock music for 99 cent per song.
    • From rhythm & blues and soul to country and pop, Ray's music defied any labels.
    • The 16-year old short girl sighed as she continued walking, listening to her own CD that contained a mix of pop and rock music.
    • Red Stage near City hall will feature pop and rock music with Thai ‘Luk Thung’.
    • The world-famous Vienna Boys' Choir has departed from more than 500 years tradition to perform pop and rock music.
    • Easum predicts, for example, the quick death of all symphony orchestras that do not soon begin to feature a significant amount of pop and rock music.
    • There is generally a lot of distortion present in modern pop and rock music, and plenty of post-processing done in the studio.
    • What can you accomplish with a mostly ambient instrumental song that you can't with pop or rock music?
    • Yet, much of the music on it contains a considerable amount of pop, rock, and world music influence.
    • This is an infusion of pop, rock and trip-hop that is easy on the ears, but not on the musical conscience.
    • Because polyphony is restricted pop and rock music demonstrates limited harmony and use of counterpoint.

There are 3 main translations of pop in Spanish

: pop1pop2pop3

pop2

popular, adj.

Pronunciation /pɑp//pɒp/

adjective

  • 1

    (popular)
    (culture/sociology) popular
    (singer/music) popular US
    (music/singer) ligero US
    pop artist artista pop feminine
    • pop concert concierto popular
    • pop festival festival de música pop
  • 2British

    Music
    (invariable adjective) pop

There are 3 main translations of pop in Spanish

: pop1pop2pop3

pop3

papá, n.

Pronunciation /pɑp//pɒp/

noun

US
informal

  • 1

    (father)
    papá masculine informal
    as form of address pop or pops papi informal
    • I mean people talk about mom and pops, which is really good for creating jobs, but mom and pop cannot deliver against a Home Depot or some of the large supermarkets.
    • They captivated moms and pops across the country and say, ‘Look, it's time to have another dialogue.’
    • Junior addressed the situation before the game by saying the only way his pops was going to coach there was if he transferred and he's not going anywhere.
    • I guess someone you could say I know pretty well, my pop, Ben Christensen.
    • First of all, the mom and pops just simply get subsidized loans.
    • But Blake grew accustomed to addressing my pop as his own dad.
    • And thank you, very sincerely, to everyone who sent well wishes to my pops.
    • Respect your moms, your pops, or whoever it was raised you.