Bedeutung von “popular” — Learner’s Dictionary


adjective us uk /ˈpɒpjələr/
Extra Examples
The show's so popular that it's been moved to prime time.The town is a popular tourist spot.Her films are always popular and this one is no exception.The decision will not be popular among students.Spain is a very popular holiday destination.

A2 liked by many people:

'Jack' was the most popular boy's name.
The North African coast is becoming increasingly popular with British tourists.
→ Opposite unpopular
GENERAL [ always before noun ]

B2 for or involving ordinary people and not specialists or people who are very educated:

The issue was given full coverage in the popular press.
MANY PEOPLE [ always before noun ]

A popular belief, opinion, etc is one that many people have:

The allegations are false, contrary to popular belief.

(Definition von “popular” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)