pop over


1. to go, to visit, to call in






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I need to pop over to discuss sth, is it okay to pop over?

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To pop over somewhere means to 'drop-in' or to go somewhere such as a person's home or workplace for a brief visit. "I'll pop over on Thursday to see the new baby." "I'll pop over on Friday to deliver the report." This is a casual phrase used in social and professional contexts.

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  1. I forgot to buy wine for dinner tonight. I'll have to pop over to the supermarket to get some.
  2. Are you home? I might pop over for a chat later.

Check Icon Professional Examples (Basic)

  1. I am popping over to Brussels for a meeting during the week if you would like to meet while I am in the city.
  2. I often pop over to other departments when I am not busy to learn about what they are working on. 

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