- adj. 受欢迎的；通俗的；流行的；大众的
- 流行的,受大众欢迎的 liked by many people
- [A]通俗的,大众(化)的 suited to the understanding, liking, or needs of most ordinary people
- 普通的,一般的,广泛的 general, common, widespread
- [A]公众的 of or from the public
regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public;
"a popular tourist attraction"
"a popular girl"
"cabbage patch dolls are no longer popular"
carried on by or for the people (or citizens) at large;
"the popular vote"
"institutions of popular government"
representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large;
"democratic art forms"
"a democratic or popular movement"
(of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)
- Her charm of manner made her very popular.
- Baseball is more popular than any other sport in Japan.
- He is very interested in what are called popular songs.
- Fashion is a very popular magazine in America.
- He thinks to still need finally to combine popular force to solve this problem.
- Bob is at the piano again, banging out the latest popular tunes.
- Football is a popular sport.
- The crowd rained kisses on the popular actor.
- Her stories are well tailored to popular tastes.
- Some popular newspapers give too much attention to unimportant matters.
- “Mary” is a very popular name for a girl.
- It's a popular misconception that nearly all snakes are poisonous.
- The TV series was brought back by popular demand.
- He was carried forward on a wave of popular feeling.
- The people demanded that a popular government replaced the absolute monarchy.
- The policy enjoys wide popular support.
- He's a good politician, but he isn't popular.
- Though several critics have tried to write down the play, it is still very popular.
- The play has been very popular; you have to book up well ahead.
- The phrase was caught on and immediately became popular.
- In banquet halls folding partitions are very popular.
- He is popular for his kindness.
- Her songs are popular in Southeast Asia.
- He is popular in society.
- They were popular in the Army too.
- She is so pretty and popular that all the boys eat out of her hand.
- popular with〔among〕
在…中有声望〔受好评〕 be liked among
Does not God plant remedies there where the diseases are most popular?出自： Jeremy Taylor
- popular的基本意思是“流行的”“大众喜爱的”,指受到大部分人所欢迎和喜爱的,作此解时,可用作定语,也可用作表语,常与介词in, among, with, for连用。
误 The teacher is quite popular to his students.
正 The teacher is quite popular with his students.约翰在同学中不得人心。
误 John is not popular in his classmates.
正 John is not popular with his classmates.
- ☆ 15世纪90年代进入英语，直接源自古典拉丁语的popularis，意为属于人民；最初源自该语的populus，意为人民。