Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) to go in quickly or for a short time
How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
pop in to say Hello, pop in to the shop
'Pop in' is a phrasal verb which means to go into a place for a short time or enter somewhere briefly. "I'm just going to pop in to visit my friend on the way home." This is a casual expression usually used in social or casual conversation.
Social Examples (Basic)
Oh, the show is about to start, I'm just going topop in to the bathroombefore it begins.
I'd love topop in to the officeto introduce myself.
I was passing your house, soI just popped in to say Hello.
Professional Examples (Basic)
We have a high level of security in our building, so it can be difficult for potential clients to pop in.
One major advantage of having an outlet in the station is that footfall is high and people tend topop in to browse while waiting for their train.
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