There are 2 main translations of pop up verb + adverb colloquial in Spanish:

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pop up

verb + adverb [colloquial]
  • 1.1 (rise)
    (toast)
    his head popped up from behind the wall
    asomó la cabeza por encima del muro
    1.2 (appear) new restaurants seem to be popping up all over the place
    están apareciendo or surgiendo nuevos restaurantes por todos lados
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There are 2 main translations of pop up verb + adverb colloquial in Spanish:

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pop-up
American English: /ˈpɑp ˌəp/

adjective

  • (before noun)
    (book)
    con ilustraciones en relieve
    (toaster)
    (Computing) (menu)
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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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