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1       adj   Something that is popular is enjoyed or liked by a lot of people.,   (Antonym: unpopular)    This is the most popular ball game ever devised..., Chocolate sauce is always popular with youngsters.     
   popularity             n-uncount   oft with poss  
...the growing popularity of Australian wines among consumers..., Walking and golf increased in popularity during the 1980s.     
2       adj   Someone who is popular is liked by most people, or by most people in a particular group.,   (Antonym: unpopular)    He remained the most popular politician in France...     
   popularity             n-uncount   oft with poss  
It is his popularity with ordinary people that sets him apart.     
3       adj   Popular newspapers, television programmes, or forms of art are aimed at ordinary people and not at experts or intellectuals.  
ADJ n  
Once again the popular press in Britain has been rife with stories about their marriage., ...one of the classics of modern popular music.     
4       adj   Popular ideas, feelings, or attitudes are approved of or held by most people.  
usu ADJ n  
The military government has been unable to win popular support...     
   popularity             n-uncount  
Over time, though, Watson's views gained in popularity.     
5       adj   Popular is used to describe political activities which involve the ordinary people of a country, and not just members of political parties.  
ADJ n  
The late President Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown by a popular uprising in 1986.     
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acceptance, acclaim, adoration, approval, celebrity, currency, esteem, fame, favour, idolization, lionization, recognition, regard, renown, reputation, repute, vogue  

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