Definition of 'popularity'
Example sentences containing 'popularity'
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That was the foundation of his great popularity over here, something he had never attained in France. HUMAN VOICES (2003)On every floor were EMV cubicles; the system was due to invade individual apartments shortly, as its popularity grew. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2003)Is therefore sometimes easily led when she sees a hope of popularity. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL) (2003)
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Translations for 'popularity'
British English: popularity /ˈpɒpjʊlærɪtɪ/ NOUN
The popularity of someone or something is the degree to which they are liked by other people.
...his popularity with ordinary people.
- American English: popularity
- Arabic: شَعْبِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: popularidade
- Chinese: 名望
- Croatian: popularnost
- Czech: popularita
- Danish: popularitet
- Dutch: populariteit
- European Spanish: popularidad
- Finnish: suosio
- French: popularité
- German: Beliebtheit
- Greek: δημοτικότητα
- Italian: popolarità
- Japanese: 人気 評判
- Korean: 인기
- Norwegian: popularitet
- Polish: popularność
- European Portuguese: popularidade
- Romanian: popularitate
- Russian: популярность
- Spanish: popularidad
- Swedish: popularitet
- Thai: ความนิยม
- Turkish: popülerlik
- Ukrainian: популярність
- Vietnamese: sự được ưa chuộng
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