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pop-in

[ pop-in ]
/ ˈpɒpˌɪn /
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adjective
requiring only a quick insertion into a receptacle to be ready for use: pop-in film cassettes; a pop-in frozen dinner.
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Origin of pop-in

adj. use of verb phrase pop in
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