Definition of 'unpopular'
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This change will be deeply unpopular with banks and solicitors because it places the burden of establishing a safe harbour defence on their shoulders. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The lesson is that central bankers can make unpopular moves without the ceiling caving in. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So who were the popular and unpopular choices. The Sun (2009)Do we really want to lose all that for something so unpopular across the planet? The Sun (2011)Sticking to a good but unpopular policy is fine. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It must get to work and make itself unpopular. The Sun (2010)Both parties know they must do their all to hold off another deeply unpopular and damaging general election. The Sun (2010)This is simply part of their gradual distancing from the coalition and an attempt to disown a difficult or unpopular policy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Understandably, he was unpopular at school. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most damaging of all is the pressure applied by siblings and friends to exclude an unpopular new girlfriend or boyfriend from the group. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The liberalisation is also unpopular with Japanese people. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The Government is in no mood to do something so unpopular as the former. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Meanwhile, an unpopular new single property tax is expected to come into force next year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Judges were able to sentence unpopular people, have them shot and then go to lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Her police officer is introverted, unpopular and deeply miserable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Did paintings stand in for friends for the deeply unpopular Simon? Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is our duty to continue their stance, not run from it when criticism makes us unpopular. Christianity Today (2000)He felt that there was no point putting forward an unpopular policy when it wasn't strictly necessary. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Council tax is often unpopular because people receive an annual bill for a precise amount that must then be paid in a perceptible way. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A deal would be painful and deeply unpopular on the island. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Having pulled his punches on housing this week, you have to wonder whether he is bold enough to make himself unpopular. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Shadow Cabinet members already have been told to brace themselves for new, unpopular policy proposals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's handy when you do something unpopular if you can pull out an Act to back you up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I think I am more unpopular than most people. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'unpopular'
British English: unpopular /ʌnˈpɒpjʊlə/ ADJECTIVE
If something or someone is unpopular, most people do not like them.
He was unpopular at school.
- American English: unpopular
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مَحْبُوب
- Brazilian Portuguese: impopular
- Chinese: 不受欢迎的
- Croatian: nepopularan
- Czech: neoblíbený
- Danish: upopulær
- Dutch: onpopulair
- European Spanish: impopular
- Finnish: epäsuosittu
- French: impopulaire
- German: unbeliebt
- Greek: μη δημοφιλής
- Italian: impopolare
- Japanese: 人気のない
- Korean: 인기가 없는
- Norwegian: upopulær
- Polish: niepopularny
- European Portuguese: impopular
- Romanian: nepopular
- Russian: непопулярный
- Spanish: impopular
- Swedish: impopulär
- Thai: ไม่เป็นที่นิยม
- Turkish: popüler olmayan
- Ukrainian: непопулярний
- Vietnamese: không được ưa chuộng
Definition of unpopular from the Collins English Dictionary
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