requiring only a quick insertion into a receptacle to be ready for use:
pop-in film cassettes; a pop-in frozen dinner.
[pop-uh-nak] /ˈpɒp əˌnæk/ noun 1. .
[pop-in-jey] /ˈpɒp ɪnˌdʒeɪ/ noun 1. a person given to vain, pretentious displays and empty chatter; coxcomb; fop. 2. British Dialect. a woodpecker, especially the green woodpecker. 3. Archaic. the figure of a parrot usually fixed on a pole and used as a target in archery and gun shooting. 4. Archaic. a parrot. /ˈpɒpɪnˌdʒeɪ/ noun 1. […]
[poh-pish] /ˈpoʊ pɪʃ/ adjective, Disparaging. 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the Roman Catholic Church. /ˈpəʊpɪʃ/ adjective 1. (derogatory) belonging to or characteristic of Roman Catholicism adj. 1520s, from pope + -ish.
noun 1. an imaginary conspiracy against the crown of Great Britain on the part of English Roman Catholics, fabricated in 1678 by Titus Oates as a means of gaining power. noun 1. a supposed conspiracy (1678) to murder Charles II of England and replace him with his Catholic brother James: in reality a fabrication by […]