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POGO

[ poh-goh ]

noun

  1. Polar Orbiting Geophysical Observatory.


pogo

/ ˈpəʊɡəʊ /

verb

  1. intr to jump up and down in one spot, as in a punk dance of the 1970s


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Derived Forms

  • ˈpogoer, noun
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Word History and Origins

Origin of POGO1

C20: from pogo stick ; from the motion
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Example Sentences

To paraphrase the famed comic strip Pogo, we have met the enemy ... and he is them.

POGO has received $135,000 since June 2010 from Ploughshares.

Sid was once the Pistols fan who invented the Pogo (a dance involving jumping in once place and thrashing about).

Meanwhile the French had become masters of Pogo Velho; the formidable masses had nearly outflanked us on the right.

As the line of surf was approached, Pogo became more energetic in his actions.

People started jumping like so many animated pogo sticks, trying to get a sight of me over the heads of others.

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