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popular

adjective (LIKED)
受人喜愛的
 
 
/ˈpɒp.jʊ.lər/ US  /ˈpɑː.pjə.lɚ/
liked, enjoyed or supported by many people
受大眾喜愛的,受歡迎的
She's the most popular teacher in school.
她是學校裡最受歡迎的老師。
That song was popular with people from my father's generation.
那首歌在我爸爸那一代很流行。
Walking is a popular form of exercise in Britain.
在英國,走路是很流行的運動方式。
How popular is Madonna among/with teenagers?
瑪丹娜在青少年中有多受歡迎?
informal Jan wasn't very popular (= people were annoyed by her) when she opened all the windows on that cold day.
在這麼冷的天簡把所有的窗戶都打開,這樣做很惹人厭。
→  Opposite unpopular Liked, or not liked, by many people
(Definition of popular adjective (LIKED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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