What does it mean that something costs some amount a pop?
Is "pop" only used colloquially and not recommended in writing or in formal conversation?Anyone who's a serious avocado lover (er, addict) knows that eating this buttery green fruit can be an expensive habit. Especially when those amazing, but way too little, Hass avocados are being sold (when out of season) at three bucks a pop.
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I'd call it casual or informal; I'd perhaps use it in a magazine article, depending on the magazine and the audience (not in a scientific journal).Is "pop" only used colloquially and not recommended in writing or in formal conversation?