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popular

US [ˈpɑpjələr]
UK [ˈpɒpjʊlə(r)]
  • adj.受喜爱的;受欢迎的;当红的;通俗的
  • n.大众音乐会
  • Web流行的;大众的;大众化
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adj.
1.
受喜爱的;受欢迎的;当红的liked or enjoyed by a large number of people
a hugely/immensely popular singer
一个十分╱非常受欢迎的歌手
This is one of our most popular designs.
这是我们最受欢迎的设计之一。
Skiing has become very popular recently.
滑雪运动最近盛行起来。
These policies are unlikely to prove popular with middle-class voters.
这些政策不大可能博得中产阶级选民的欢心。
I'm not very popular with my parents(= they are annoyed with me) at the moment.
眼下爸妈对我都很不高兴。
‘Our dog got into the neighbour's garden again!’ ‘You'll be popular.’
“我们的狗又钻进邻居家的花园了!”“你要有好受的了。”
2.
[obn]
通俗的;大众化的suited to the taste and knowledge of ordinary people
popular music/culture/fiction
流行音乐╱文化╱小说
the popular press
通俗报刊
3.
[obn]
普遍的;大众的;流行的shared by a large number of people
a popular misconception
普遍的错误观念
Contrary to popular belief , women cause fewer road accidents than men.
与普遍的看法相反,女性交通肇事比男性少。
Popular opinion was divided on the issue.
在这个议题上,民众意见有分歧。
By popular demand , the tour has been extended by two weeks.
应大家要求,这次旅游延长了两周。
4.
[obn]
民众的;百姓的connected with the ordinary people of a country
The party still has widespread popular support.
这个政党仍得到民众的广泛支持。

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