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Translations for 'popular'

  • British English: popular Someone or something that is popular is liked by a lot of people....the most popular politician in the country.ˈpɒpjʊlə ADJECTIVE
  • Arabic: شَعْبِي
  • Brazilian Portuguese: popular
  • Chinese: 广受欢迎的
  • Croatian: popularan popularna
  • Czech: populární
  • Danish: populær
  • Dutch: populair
  • European Spanish: popular
  • Finnish: suosittu
  • French: populaire
  • German: beliebt
  • Greek: δημοφιλής
  • Italian: popolare
  • Japanese: 人気のある
  • Korean: 인기 있는
  • Norwegian: populær
  • Polish: popularny popularna
  • Portuguese: popular
  • Romanian: popular populară, populari, populare
  • Russian: популярный популярная
  • Spanish: popular
  • Swedish: populär populärt
  • Thai: เป็นที่นิยม
  • Turkish: popüler
  • Ukrainian: популярний
  • Vietnamese: được ưa chuộng

Example Sentences Including 'popular'

We'd have lost the popular support that we still have within the working classes.
MacNeill, Alastair The Devil's Door
He could hardly claim to be there as the result of the popular vote.
Forbes, Bryan A Song at Twilight
Matter of fact, he was probably the most popular cop in the district.
Cleary, Jon Murder Song


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