Definition of poptastic in English:

poptastic

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

informal , chiefly British
Denoting or relating to a very good piece of pop music: an album packed with poptastic delights
More example sentences
  • There's always an emphasis on slickly poptastic melody, and the complete 16-track package is (I think) worthy of repeated adoration.
  • There are two bonus remixes (by Bill Laswell and Philippe Verge) of this convincingly poptastic song, which also features a sparky accordion part by Clive Bell.
  • And you will find poptastic mashups that I've been listening to for the past week or so.

Origin

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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