verb + adverb [colloquial]
See parent entry: → pop
- (before noun)(toaster)
- A pop-up book aimed at adults, this work illustrates in three dimensions every nightmare you've ever had, and some you don't want to know about.
- Her vision is nihilistic and absurd, yet, in its commitment to small-scale fantasy, an inarguable delight to behold - like a cheeky, philosophical pop-up book.
- As a result of the performance's intertwined story lines and demanding location changes, the design team decided to model the sets after a children's pop-up book.
- The majority of homes already have washing machines, dishwashers, vacuum cleaners and pop-up toasters.
- He clicked his fingers for a menu and fiddled with a mobile phone, then started playing with another piece of gadgetry that looked like a combination satellite dish, pop-up toaster and miniature microwave oven.
- As pop-up toasters are covered under the Quality Control Order, 1981, they have to conform to the safety standards.
- To me, the selective JPEG compression and the pop-up menu creator are certainly worth the upgrade price.
- Here's something else to try: right-click on a filename and a small pop-up menu will appear.
- The form must be created by a program, rather than written as a static document, because it displays pop-up menus of catalogs and items from the database tables.
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