Pulp may refer to:

*Pulp (band), a British band
*Pulp (juice), a fruit juice sold in Peru
*"Pulp" (film), a 1972 British crime, thriller and comedy film
*"Pulp" (magazine) a seinen manga magazine formerly published by Viz Media
*Pulp (spleen)
*Pulp (tooth), the central part of a tooth
*"Pulp" (novel), the last novel of American writer Charles Bukowski
*Pulp, the soft fleshy part of a fruit
*Pulp, tennis terminology used to describe the point 30-30
*Pulp magazine or pulp fiction, inexpensive fiction magazines published from the 1920s through the 1950s, or paperbacks from the 1950s onwards
*Wood pulp, the most common material used to make paper
*Molded pulp, a packaging material
*Pulping, a process in making or recycling paper
*"Pulping" or "beating to a pulp" often means a severe beating up; or often by colloquial exaggeration a severe defeat in non-violent and even non-contact competition
*"Pulp Fiction" (film), a 1994 film directed by Quentin Tarantino

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  • pulp — pulp·al; pulp; pulp·ec·to·my; pulp·er; pulp·ify; pulp·i·ly; pulp·i·ness; pulp·i·tis; pulp·less; pulp·ot·o·my; pulp·ous; re·pulp; pulp·al·ly; pulp·ar; pulp·ous·ness; …   English syllables

  • pulp — [pulp] n. [Fr pulpe < L pulpa, flesh, pulp of fruit] 1. a soft, moist, formless mass that sticks together 2. the soft, juicy part of a fruit 3. the pith inside the stem of a plant 4. the soft, sensitive tissue in the center of a tooth,… …   English World dictionary

  • Pulp — Pulp, n. [L. pulpa flesh, pith, pulp of fruit: cf. F. pulpe.] A moist, slightly cohering mass, consisting of soft, undissolved animal or vegetable matter. Specifically: (a) (Anat.) A tissue or part resembling pulp; especially, the soft, highly… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pulp — Pulp, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Pulped}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pulping}.] 1. To reduce to pulp. [1913 Webster] 2. To deprive of the pulp, or integument. [1913 Webster] The other mode is to pulp the coffee immediately as it comes from the tree. By a simple… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pulp — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pulp puede hacer referencia a: el grupo musical británico Pulp; el estilo de revista pulp, de principios del siglo XX. Obtenido de Pulp Categoría: Wikipedia:Desambiguación …   Wikipedia Español

  • pulp — 1560s, from L. pulpa animal or plant pulp, pith of wood. The adjective meaning sensational is from pulp magazine (1931), so called from pulp in sense of the type of rough paper used in cheaply made magazines and books (1727). Pulp fiction… …   Etymology dictionary

  • pulp|y — «PUHL pee», adjective, pulp|i|er, pulp|i|est. of pulp; like pulp; fleshy; soft …   Useful english dictionary

  • pulp — agg.inv., s.m.inv. ESingl. agg.inv., di opera letteraria o cinematografica, che tratta vicende macabre e truculente con estrema violenza espressiva, spesso amplificandole fino a ribaltarle nel grottesco: romanzo, film pulp | s.m.inv., film o… …   Dizionario italiano

  • Pulp — Pulp  по английски «мягкий», в переносном значении «низкопробный». Может иметь отношение к: Pulp журналы  журналы комиксов и приключенческих рассказов в мягкой обложке. Pulp (группа)  английская бритпоп и рок группа См. также… …   Википедия

  • Pulp — Pulp: ● Pulp: Grupo musical. ● Pulp: Denominación que se le daba a cierto tipo de revistas …   Enciclopedia Universal

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