[pawrk-fish, pohrk-] /ˈpɔrkˌfɪʃ, ˈpoʊrk-/
noun, plural porkfishes (especially collectively) porkfish.
a black and gold grunt, Anisotremus virginicus, of West Indian waters.
- Pork out
verb phrase To eat overheartily; overeat; pig out: We were porking out on three sweet rolls (1980s+ Students)
[pawrk-pahy, pohrk-] /ˈpɔrkˌpaɪ, ˈpoʊrk-/ noun 1. a snap-brimmed hat with a round, flat crown, usually made of felt.
[pop-yuh-luh s] /ˈpɒp yə ləs/ noun 1. the common people of a community, nation, etc., as distinguished from the higher classes. 2. all the inhabitants of a place; population. /ˈpɒpjʊləs/ noun (sometimes functioning as pl) 1. the inhabitants of an area 2. the common people; masses n. 1570s, from Middle French populace (16c.), from Italian […]
[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 […]