(of a can) having a top with a tab or ring that when pulled up or off exposes a precut hole or peels off the entire lid.
Also, pop top. a can having such a top:
drinking beer from a pop-top.
the top itself.
the tab or ring fastener, especially when removed from such a can:
a vest made entirely of pop-tops.
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verb phrase To propose marriage (1826+)
language, product A commercial object-oriented derivative of POP, from Cambridge Consultants, used in the expert system MUSE. (1995-02-27)
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