- lollipop (n.)
- 1784, lolly-pops "sweetmeats, soft candy," perhaps related to loll "to dangle" (the tongue) + pop "strike, slap." Or the first element may be northern dialectal lolly "the tongue." Meaning "hard candy on a stick" is from 1920s.
- 1. Kevin wanted a lick of Sarah's lollipop.
- 2. Molly Mahoney : I asked for a lollipop and I got lemur!
- 莫莉·马奥尼: 我想要一根棒棒糖,却得到了一只狐猴!
- 3. The child put out his tongue and licked his lollipop.
- 4. Molly Mahoney: I asked for a lollipop and I got a lemur!
- 莫莉?马奥尼: 我想要一根棒棒糖,却得到了一只狐猴!
- 5. You can even buy a lollipop and ice cream taste of corn.
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