[pop-yuh-luh s] /ˈpɒp yə ləs/
the common people of a community, nation, etc., as distinguished from the higher classes.
all the inhabitants of a place; population.
noun (sometimes functioning as pl)
the inhabitants of an area
the common people; masses
1570s, from Middle French populace (16c.), from Italian popolaccio “riffraff, rabble,” from popolo “people” (from Latin populus “people;” see people (n.)) + pejorative suffix -accio.
[pop-top] /ˈpɒpˌtɒp/ adjective 1. (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. noun 2. Also, pop top. a can having such a top: drinking beer from a pop-top. 3. the top itself. 4. the tab or […]
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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)
[pawr-kee, pohr-] /ˈpɔr ki, ˈpoʊr-/ adjective, porkier, porkiest. 1. of, relating to, or resembling . 2. fat: a porky child. [pawr-kee, pohr-] /ˈpɔr ki, ˈpoʊr-/ noun, plural porkies. Chiefly Inland North and Western U.S.. 1. a . /ˈpɔːkɪ/ adjective porkier, porkiest 1. belonging to or characteristic of pork: a porky smell 2. (informal) fat; obese […]