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pop-out

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɒpaʊt
 
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Definition of pop-out in English:

noun

Baseball
An act of being put out by a caught fly ball: Key made the threesome look ill, inducing a pop-out to first base
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  • Still, it is another example of how strong the writing was getting that instead of the strikeouts from season one or the pop-outs of season two, the dogs in season three were at the very worst singles or sacrifice flies.
  • After Morgan retreated to first, he promptly swiped second, but could move no further on a fly ball by Tony Perez and a pop-out by George Foster.
  • After a second inning pop-out, Jeff drew the first unintentional walk of his career in the fourth inning.

adjective

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Denoting something designed to be easily removable for use: a pop-out panel
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  • Constructed of shiny clean aluminum in 1978, its curvy interior, overhead storage, and pop-out tables epitomize modern design.
  • Its planes have bolted steel doors, too; the crew can escape through pop-out front windows if they need to.
  • Ferretti says all vine crops can be transplanted if plantable containers or plastic pop-out containers are used, so gardeners can buy starter plants from garden centers or grow their own from seed.

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