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soda pop

a carbonated, flavored, and sweetened soft drink.
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The terms soda pop, soda, and pop are widely used throughout the U.S., although pop is mainly associated with the Midland U.S. Dope is used as a synonym in the Southern U.S., especially in the South Atlantic States, and tonic is used in eastern New England. Unabridged
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Examples from the web for soda pop
  • The team is developing a tiny fuel cell that runs on ordinary soda pop, the kind you can buy in a supermarket.
  • Complimentary treats include bottled water and soda pop throughout your stay, as well as a wine and cheese hour each day.
  • Plastic containers with a screw-cap lid, such as two-liter soda pop bottles or food-grade plastic jugs, work great.
  • The milky-white appearance is from tiny air bubbles in the water similar to gas bubbles in beer or soda pop.
  • Dispose of them in a plastic soda pop bottle with a cap.
  • To clean herself, she wet sponges with water that she kept in soda pop bottles.
British Dictionary definitions for soda pop

soda pop

(US, informal) a fizzy drink
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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