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poptastic Line breaks: pop|tas¦tic
Pronunciation: /pɒpˈtastɪk/

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Definition of poptastic in English:


informal, chiefly British
Denoting or relating to a very good piece of pop music: an album packed with poptastic delights
More example sentences
  • You may remember her biggest UK and US hit in 1998, the poptastic "Show Me Love."
  • The public's appetite for all things poptastic turned PopStars into a ratings stunner.
  • And "Into The Night" is a poptastic love song that evokes comparisons with U2.


1990s: blend of pop2 and -tastic, popularized by use in the British TV comedy Harry Enfield's Television Programme (1990–2).

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