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Definición de “popular” en inglés

popular

adjective uk   /ˈpɒp.jʊ.lər/ us    /ˈpɑː.pjə.lɚ/

popular adjective (LIKED)

A2 liked, enjoyed, or supported by many people: She's the most popular teacher in school. That song was popular with people from my father's generation. Walking is a popular form of exercise in Britain. How popular is Madonna among/with teenagers?informal Jan wasn't very popular (= people were annoyed by her) when she opened all the windows on that cold day.
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popular adjective (GENERAL)

B2 [before noun] for or involving ordinary people rather than experts or very educated people: popular music/entertainment/culture The issue was virtually ignored by the popular press. The popular myth is that air travel is more dangerous than travel by car or bus.
(Definition of popular from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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