popular

  核心词汇  
['pɒpjələ(r)]     ['pɑːpjələr]    
  • adj. 受欢迎的;通俗的;流行的;大众的
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popular的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 受欢迎的,受喜爱的,当红的
  2. 通俗的,流行的,大众化的,普通的,广为流传的
  3. 民众的,大众的,人民的,百姓的,民间的
  4. 低廉的
  5. 得人心的,孚众望的,有人望的,有名气的
  6. 平易的
n. (名词)
  1. 大众音乐会
  2. 大众化报刊

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 流行的,受大众欢迎的 liked by many people
  2. [A]通俗的,大众(化)的 suited to the understanding, liking, or needs of most ordinary people
  3. 普通的,一般的,广泛的 general, common, widespread
  4. [A]公众的 of or from the public

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. 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"

  2. carried on by or for the people (or citizens) at large;

    "the popular vote"
    "popular representation"
    "institutions of popular government"

  3. representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large;

    "democratic art forms"
    "a democratic or popular movement"
    "popular thought"
    "popular science"
    "popular fiction"

  4. (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)

popular的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. Her charm of manner made her very popular.
    她风度优雅,备受欢迎。
  2. Baseball is more popular than any other sport in Japan.
    在日本,棒球比其他任何运动都受人欢迎。
  3. He is very interested in what are called popular songs.
    他对所谓的流行歌曲很感兴趣。
  4. Fashion is a very popular magazine in America.
    《时尚》是美国很流行的杂志。
  5. He thinks to still need finally to combine popular force to solve this problem.
    他认为最终还是需要结合大众的力量来解决这个问题。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. Bob is at the piano again, banging out the latest popular tunes.
    鲍勃又在弹钢琴,大声奏着最近流行的曲子。
  2. Football is a popular sport.
    足球是一种受大众欢迎的运动。
  3. The crowd rained kisses on the popular actor.
    人们纷纷亲吻这位受欢迎的演员。
  4. Her stories are well tailored to popular tastes.
    她的小说很适合大众的口味。
  5. Some popular newspapers give too much attention to unimportant matters.
    有些迎合大众的报纸太注重报道无关紧要的事。
  6. “Mary” is a very popular name for a girl.
    “玛丽”是个非常普遍的女孩名字。
  7. It's a popular misconception that nearly all snakes are poisonous.
    认为所有的蛇都有毒,这是一种相当普遍的错误观念。
  8. The TV series was brought back by popular demand.
    由于公众的要求,又重播了这部电视系列片。
  9. He was carried forward on a wave of popular feeling.
    群众情绪的浪潮激励他前进。
  10. The people demanded that a popular government replaced the absolute monarchy.
    老百姓要求以民治的政府取代君主专制政体。
  11. The policy enjoys wide popular support.
    这项政策受到公众的支持。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. He's a good politician, but he isn't popular.
    他是位好政治家,但不受欢迎。
  2. Though several critics have tried to write down the play, it is still very popular.
    尽管有几位评论家竭力贬低这出戏,它仍然很受欢迎。
  3. The play has been very popular; you have to book up well ahead.
    这出戏一直很叫座,你必须及早预订座位。
  4. The phrase was caught on and immediately became popular.
    这个短语采用后很快就流行了。
  5. In banquet halls folding partitions are very popular.
    在宴会大厅中可折叠的隔板很普遍。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. He is popular for his kindness.
    他因心地善良而受人爱戴。
  2. Her songs are popular in Southeast Asia.
    她的歌在东南亚流行。
  3. He is popular in society.
    他在社会上很有名望。
  4. They were popular in the Army too.
    他们在陆军中也有名望。
S+be+~+that-clause
  1. She is so pretty and popular that all the boys eat out of her hand.
    她既漂亮又出名,使所有男孩都对她俯首帖耳。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
popular with〔among〕
    在…中有声望〔受好评〕 be liked among

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 副词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • Does not God plant remedies there where the diseases are most popular?

    出自: Jeremy Taylor

popular的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. 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。
  2. popular引申可作“通俗的”“大众(化)的”解,指适合一般人的爱好,需要或在一般人能理解的范围内,多含有贬义。作此解时,只用作定语。
  3. popular还可作“普通的”“一般的”“广泛的”解。有时popular也可作“公众的”解,只用作定语,且没有比较等级。

常见错误

adj. (形容词)
    这位教师颇受学生欢迎。

    The teacher is quite popular to his students.

    The teacher is quite popular with his students.

    约翰在同学中不得人心。

    John is not popular in his classmates.

    John is not popular with his classmates.

    当表示“受…欢迎〔爱戴〕”时,须用介词with,不可用介词in或to。

词源解说

  • ☆ 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。
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