verb (used without object), plopped, plopping.
to make a sound like that of something falling or dropping into water:
A frog plopped into the pond.
to fall with such a sound:
Big raindrops plopped against the window.
to drop or fall with full force or direct impact:
He plopped into a chair.
verb (used with object), plopped, plopping.
to drop or set down heavily:
She plopped her books on the desk.
to cause to plop:
The fisherman plopped the bait into the river.
a plopping sound or fall.
the act of plopping.
with a plop:
The stone fell plop into the water.
the characteristic sound made by an object dropping into water without a splash
verb plops, plopping, plopped
to fall or cause to fall with the sound of a plop: the stone plopped into the water
an exclamation imitative of this sound: to go plop
1821, imitative of the sound of a smooth object dropping into water. Related: Plopped; plopping. Thackary (mid-19c.) used plap (v.). As a noun from 1833.
[plop] /plɒp/ verb (used without object), plopped, plopping. 1. to make a sound like that of something falling or dropping into water: A frog plopped into the pond. 2. to fall with such a sound: Big raindrops plopped against the window. 3. to drop or fall with full force or direct impact: He plopped into […]
[ploh-zhuh n] /ˈploʊ ʒən/ noun, Phonetics. 1. the forced release of the occlusive phase of a , whether voiceless or voiced, either audible due to frication or inaudible due to a contiguous following consonant. Also called explosion. Compare (def 2). /ˈpləʊʒən/ noun 1. (phonetics) the sound of an abrupt break or closure, esp the audible […]
[ploh-siv] /ˈploʊ sɪv/ Phonetics adjective 1. (of a stop consonant or occlusive) characterized by release in a ; explosive. noun 2. Also called explosive. a plosive speech sound. /ˈpləʊsɪv/ adjective 1. articulated with or accompanied by plosion noun 2. a plosive consonant; stop n. type of consonantal sound, 1899, from explosive. As an adjective from […]
[plot] /plɒt/ noun 1. a secret plan or scheme to accomplish some purpose, especially a hostile, unlawful, or evil purpose: a plot to overthrow the government. 2. Also called storyline. the plan, scheme, or main story of a literary or dramatic work, as a play, novel, or short story. 3. a small piece or area […]