pop outintransitive verb phrase
1. (to come out easily)
2. (to stick out)
The rabbit disappeared without a trace, and the audience's eyes popped out.El conejo desapareció sin rastro, y al público se le salían los ojos.
The children's eyes popped out when they saw the giant mound of toys.Se les saltaron los ojos a los niños cuando vieron el monte enorme de juguetes.
3. (to be said unintentionally)
4. (to appear suddenly)
5. (to leave for a short while)
6. (to stand out)
pop outintransitive verb
a. salir (go out)
verb:intransitive:plus_adverbsalir un momento
he popped out for some cigarettes salió un momento a comprar cigarrillos; he popped out from his hiding place salió de repente de su escondite
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