pop around

pop around (for a visit)

To come somewhere, usually a person's home or residence, for a brief or casual visit. Hey, if you're free this Saturday, why don't you pop around for a visit? I'd love to show you the new truck I bought. You and your girlfriend should pop around sometime. We could grab some dinner or go out for some drinks.
See also: around, pop

pop around (for a visit)

 and pop by (for a visit); pop in (for a visit); pop over (for a visit)
to come by [someone's residence] for a visit. You simply must pop around for a visit sometime. I will pop by about noon. I can pop in for only a minute.
See also: around, pop
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And if you ever needed proof, just pop around the corner from Turf Moor.
Analysts still see upside risk for our 225k March nonfarm payroll estimate despite the holiday claims pop around the moving Easter holiday that is slightly early this year.
Speaking at the launch, he added: "There's a lot of pop around and we think there's some pretty good pop around.
We can volunteer as a befriender or just simply pop around to visit a neighbour for a cup of tea or a biscuit.
Pop around the corner to the Briar Rose and you can get two meals plus drinks for this price.
Even if only a couple of friends pop around for a bite to eat, it means you can comfortably accommodate plates, dishes, wine and water glasses, whole caboodle tucks away neatly once the meal is finished.
He and Michelle, 38, arranged for a few of their son's friends to pop around on the big day.
You could, of course, phone an estate agent right now, get him or her to pop around, take a few measurements and photos and you could have a for sale board outside with a few hours.
If she gets lonely in Tinseltown, Joanne can always pop around for a cuppa with Mrs Patmore (Lesley Nicol), who has also gone to seek her fortune in LA.
BUBBLE GUN The Billion Bubbles Gun creates up to 500 bubbles a minute for kids to chase and pop around the garden.
We love it so much we feel a bit distraught when we have to leave, but luckily it is only to pop around the corner to The Rutland's quite magnificent restaurant Kyloe Bar and Grill.
FRYARS - POWER THERE'S been an awful lot of sensitive electro pop around this year but Fryars deserves to be heard.
But Vincequere bore down, sandwiching a strikeout and an infield pop around a walk to end the game.
The baby was not due for another week but Gemma's husband Andrew has a cousin, Jill Georgeson, who is a midwife and she agreed to pop around to check on her condition.
Helping Hands For You sees volunteers pop around to an elderly person's home to offer anything from day-to-day help to simple companionship.