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Pronunciation of Popping: Learn how to pronounce Popping in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pop:

verb (pops, popping, popped)
1make or cause to make a light explosive sound:
[no object]:
corks popped and glasses tinkled
[with object]:
teenagers were popping balloons with darts
[no object] (of a person’s ears) make a small popping sound within the head as pressure is equalized, typically because of a change of altitude:
my ears popped in the lift
[with object] heat (popcorn or another foodstuff) until it bursts open:
the hot-air popper pops 4 quarts of popcorn in 5 minutes
2 [no object, with adverbial of direction] go somewhere for a short time, often without notice:
she popped in to see if she could help
[with object and adverbial of direction] put or move (something) somewhere quickly:
she popped a pen into her pocket
[with object] North American release, open, or engage (something) quickly or suddenly:
he pulled a can of beer from the refrigerator and popped its tab
3 [no object] (of a person’s eyes) open wide and appear to bulge, especially with surprise:
the man’s eyes popped in disbelief
4 [with object] informal take or inject (a drug):
Williams had spent his life hitting the bottle and popping pills
5 [with object] British informal pawn (something):
I wouldn’t ever sell it—I popped it
noun
1a light explosive sound:
there were a few pops, perhaps from pistols
2 [mass noun] informal, dated a sweet fizzy drink such as lemonade:
a bottle of pop
[count noun] North American a can of sweet fizzy drink:
fruit-flavoured pops
3a patch of bright colour:
I like wearing a neutral outfit with one pop of yellow
4 (also pop fly or pop-up) Baseball a ball hit high in the air but not far from the home plate, providing an easy catch:
he caught a pop fly for the third out of the seventh inning
adverb
with a light explosive sound:
the champagne went pop