Sinónimos de popular
liked by a particular person or groupThis is the most popular game ever devised.
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He was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.
in, , , , ,
Some years ago, jogging was in.
It became fashionable to eat certain foods.
in demand, ,
He was much in demand as a lecturer.
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the sort of popular science writing that makes the reader feel like a genius
This is not an easy task.
simple, , , ,
The job itself had been simple enough.
straightforward, , , , ,
The question seemed straightforward enough.
common among the general publicthe popular misconception that dinosaurs were all lumbering giants
Earthquakes are fairly common in this part of the world.
Contrary to general opinion, these plants do not need acidic soil.
It was standard practice for them to advise in cases of murder.
There is widespread support for the proposals.
Food shortages are widespread.
individuals who have gone against the prevailing opinion
the prevailing tide of current opinion
Parliament's decision was in line with public opinion.
The conventional wisdom on these matters is being challenged.
proposals for universal health care
Smoking is becoming increasingly prevalent among younger women.
designed to appeal to a mass audienceHe was overthrown by a popular uprising.
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in the sense of celebrated
well knownHe was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.
in the sense of communal
of a communeThe inmates ate in a communal dining room.
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