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popular in English:

1. unpopular unpopular

He is unpopular for some reason.
His public support for the British government was unpopular.
Be unpopular.
Football referees are really unpopular in my country.
Some misunderstood animals are unpopular.
A plethora of ineffective education programs made the president unpopular amongst fiscal conservatives.
The unpopular politician was frequently given the razz by the crowd during his speech.
The Diet is likely to amend this unpopular law.
The austerity measures that many city governments have implemented are hugely unpopular.
It's a pity that hang, ocarina and pipa are so unpopular around here.

English word "popular"(unpopular) occurs in sets:

postive negative adjective
Opposites and Suffixes

2. mainstream

I went through mainstream education.
mainstream beliefs/ideas/organistations/politics
This style of drama is not part of the cultural mainstream.
Outside the mainstream of orthodox Judaism, the apocalyptic books were more successful with certain movements.

English word "popular"(mainstream) occurs in sets:

headway krzys

3. popularised

English word "popular"(popularised) occurs in sets:

make adjective

4. like or admired by many people

English word "popular"(like or admired by many people) occurs in sets:

Most common adjectives 54 - 108

5. popular

Is it popular?
Roger Miller's "Dang Me" was a hit with country music fans and with popular music fans too. It sold millions of copies.
Jingle Bells, a popular song around Christmas time, is not really a Christmas song. The lyrics say nothing about Christmas.
In 1969, Roger Miller recorded a song called "You Don't Want My Love." Today, this song is better known as "In the Summer Time." It's the first song he wrote and sang that became popular.
Shinji found it very difficult to adjust himself to life in the new school. However, the fact that he was an EVA pilot made him popular.
It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the publick to be the most anxious for its welfare.
In Korea, there's a popular theory that says that: "If you eat a quarter of an Iceberg lettuce, you will fall asleep". Thus, amongst truck drivers in Korea, lettuce is known as something that should not be eaten before work.
In England, parks taking rare breeds of animals as their theme are becoming increasingly popular with people.
Kareishu is a special smell that comes as old people age. Popular expressions such as: "Ossan kusai" or "Oyaji kusai" (smelly old man) refer to this smell.
At that time, bicycles were just starting to get popular and, here and there, there were many unskilled beginners who ran into people and broke through their hedges.
Although it was a popular movie, Out of Africa was more of a coffee-table movie than anything else.
Nutella is not very well known in Japan. However, in America and Europe it's a popular spread and various sized jars of Nutella may be seen lined up inside many grocery stores and supermarkets.
In Disneyland, popular characters in various stories march in procession at one o'clock.
In a recent article about activities to keep your brain young, they mention Esperanto along with Sudoku, which shows that Esperanto is becoming part of popular culture.
The "People's Choice" award, by public polling, was announced again this year and Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts were selected as the most popular male, and female, film actors.

English word "popular"(popular) occurs in sets:

Vocabulary 6

6. highly popular

English word "popular"(highly popular) occurs in sets:

Kolokacje / Collocations - common adverb + adjecti...

7. u

u for union
The Esperanto alphabet has 28 letters: a, b, c, ĉ, d, e, f, g, ĝ, h, ĥ, i, j, ĵ, k, l, m, n, o, p, r, s, ŝ, t, u, ŭ, v, z.
They were delegates from India to the U. N.
The U. N. moved to impose sanctions.
Japan stood with the United States at the U. N. Assembly.
If I could rearrange the alphabet, I would put U and I together.

English word "popular"(u) occurs in sets:

short and long vowels