с шумом; внезапно;
отрывистый звук; хлоп ; выстрел ; шипучий напиток; популярный концерт; папа ; папаша ;
хлопать; хлопнуть; трескаться; поджаривать кукурузные зерна; стрелять; выстреливать; палить; бросаться; возникнуть; внезапно спросить; огорошить вопросом; закладывать; принимать
- We returned from our honeymoon to live with my Pop.
- The transition was summed up well in Sounds by an uncredited writer who noted that the band had changed from "Fumbling, self-conscious cuddly undergraduates to self-assured hardcore pop monsters with the venom of a more tuneful and Lancashire-accented Sonic Youth."
- This alone would have been sufficient grounds for divorce as far as my Pop was concerned.
- "But Robert Quine is perfect for my stuff, because he loves bands like The Byrds, and just pop music in general.
- Rogan is a respected pop writer - he wrote a good book about Wham! and probably the best analysis of band managers ever written - but his latest tome has already been denounced by Morrissey.
- I then drafted a statement for the management side and sent it by hand to Mellowes who was sufficiently impressed by this initiative to pop his head around the door an hour later with a look of something less than mistrust.
- The pop tapes went on and on.
- All through the week they gathered waiting for someone to pop his or her head round the entrance and shout that there was an audition, and they were off like a shot, their audition clothes naturally packed in a case by their table.
- ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE DARK: "Sailing On The Seas" (Virgin) synthetic pop duo of yore back minus Paul Humpreys but with the same old brash, electronic burping - out on Monday
- When they begin to pop, add the shallot slices and cook for 1 min.
- With a friendly mix of pleasant pop moments, this demo is outstanding to listen to.
- The whole plastic notion of a pop star begins to ring the bells of truth.
- Maggie is a young, burnt-out pop singer.