populiarus, liaudies, visuotinis, prieinamas, liaudinis, liaudiškas
Adjective(1) regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public(2) carried on by or for the people (or citizens(3) representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large(4) (of music or art, especially among young people
(1) We have at least established that contrary to popular belief, Yanks do have a sense of humour.(2) This popular fallacy about room temperature is a hangover from the years when wine was a luxury for the few.(3) There was genuine popular interest in the party about the debate the NPI had initiated.(4) Among his other devices to rally popular opinion was a relief of pressure on the Orthodox Church.(5) There is a popular belief that property is a better investment than shares.(6) We had made a pact to tackle together one of the mountains of popular cultural or die in the attempt.(7) It has become in her view an arty scene, trendy to visit at the weekend and popular with tourists.(8) Press releases might have been compiled, to some extent, in anticipation of popular tastes.(9) Even the splits within the establishment are a product of popular anti-war pressure.(10) How does the public know the appointees are representing popular rather than elite interests?(11) It is true that these are terms of public parlance, rather than of popular speech.(12) That was quite popular with the folk crowd, but I kept my eye open to what was going on in the States.(13) He made the party more amenable to Stalin, but lost a lot of popular support for the party as a result.(14) Friday was music day as musical tots proved very popular with children and staff!(15) As he watched popular and political support for Richard ebb away, he decided to make a bid for the crown himself.(16) She was well liked and popular with her class mates and her year group.
(1) very popular :: labai populiarus
(2) popular culture :: populiarioji kultūra
(3) popular music :: populiarioji muzika
(4) become popular :: tapo populiarus
(5) popular press :: bulvarinė spauda
(6) popular vote :: populiarus balsas
(7) popular song :: populiari daina
(8) popular sovereignty :: populiarus suverenitetas
(9) be popular :: būti populiarus
(10) popular belief :: populiarus įsitikinimas,
1. well-liked ::
2. nonspecialist ::
3. widespread ::
4. mass ::
5. pop ::
6. democratic ::
popular, popularly, unpopular
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Yes, you'll be very POPULAR...
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 6
You better watch that attitude, buddy.
You're dating the POPULAR girl now.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 2
While all the POPULAR kids are off doing...
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 22
you'll end up
the most POPULAR dead man in town.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7
the most POPULAR guy in the station,
and I just wanted to lose sight of him.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4
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