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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pop-up:
1(of a book or greetings card) containing folded cut-out pictures that rise up to form a three-dimensional scene or figure when the page is turned.
(of an electric toaster) operating so as to push up a piece of toast quickly when it is ready.
Computing (of a menu or other utility) able to be superimposed on the screen being worked on and suppressed rapidly.
2denoting a shop or other business that opens quickly in a temporary location and is intended to operate for only a short period of time:
fashion brands have been especially keen on pop-up stores in recent months
1a pop-up picture in a book:
each book has a clever pop-up on its last spread
a book containing pop-up pictures:
the shop stocks picture books, pop-ups, and children’s cookbooks
2 Baseballsee pop1 (sense 4 of the noun).
3 Computing a pop-up menu or other utility.
an unrequested browser window, especially one generated for the purpose of advertising.
4a pop-up shop or other business.