vox pop

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  • IPA(key): /vɒksˈpɒp/, /ˈvɒkspɒp/

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vox pop (plural vox pops)

  1. A short, informal, non-prearranged interview with a member of the public, especially to canvas opinion.
    The reporter got some vox pops in the city square to see what people thought of the country's new flag.

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