popular


popular
adj.
1 popular (del pueblo) (creencia, movimiento, revuelta).
la voluntad popular the will of the people
2 popular (famoso aceptado).
hacerse popular to catch on
f.
Popular, Popular Inc.
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popular
adjetivo
1 (del pueblo) traditional
2 (muy conocido) popular
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adj.
1) popular
2) folk
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ADJ
1) (=del pueblo) [cultura, levantamiento] popular; [música] popular, folk antes de s ; [tradiciones] popular, folk antes de s ; [lenguaje] popular, colloquial

el tribunal popular — the people's court

2) (=de clase obrera)

un barrio popular — a working-class neighbourhood o (EEUU) neighborhood

3) (=muy conocido) popular

es un actor muy popular — he is a very popular actor

es la más popular de su clase — she's the most popular child in her class

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adjetivo
1)
a) <cultura/tradiciones> popular (before n); <canción/baile> traditional, folk (before n); <costumbres> traditional
b) (Pol) <movimiento/rebelión> popular (before n)
2) (que gusta) <actor/programa/deporte> popular
3) <lenguaje> colloquial
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= folkloristic, popular, demotic, folksy [folksier -comp., folksiest -sup.], homespun, folkloric, grassroots [grass-roots], high selling.
Ex. The cult of information forms the catalyst for a discussion of the ways in which information has acquired folkloristic status as the major way in which people look at the world.
Ex. Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
Ex. Without language, the basic and demotic tool, no one would have a chance.
Ex. The best path, the film implies, is a middle way, combining worldliness with a folksy morality, one that respects family and individual alike.
Ex. The author chronicles the exuberant stories, hyperbole, homespun speech and demigod characteristics of American 'tall tales'.
Ex. Such recordings often originate in field work and are ethnomusicological, ethnolinguistic or folkloric in content.
Ex. For a year or two, any wholesome grass-roots group, aiming at anything from wholemeal bread to revolution, would tap one public agency or another.
Ex. Many high selling products eventually see a drop in sales and eventual discontinuation, usually after being superseded by a superior product.
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* acción popular = class action, class action suit.
* a petición popular = by popular demand.
* arte popular = folk art.
* canción popular = popular song.
* costumbre popular = folkway.
* creencia popular = urban legend, popular belief.
* cuento popular = folk tale.
* cultura popular = public culture.
* de base popular = grassroots [grass-roots].
* dejar de ser popular = outlive + Posesivo + popularity.
* demanda popular = public demand.
* dicho popular = saying, familiar saying, saw.
* hacer popular = popularise [popularize, -USA].
* hacerse popular = catch on.
* impopular = unpopular.
* lista de más populares = chart.
* mito popular = popular myth, urban legend, folk myth.
* mundo de la música popular, el = Tin Pan Alley.
* música popular = popular music.
* muy popular = widely-read, highly popular.
* organismo de base popular = grassroots organisation.
* protesta popular = street protest.
* República Popular China = Chinese People's Republic.
* República Popular China, La = People's Republic of China, The.
* República Popular Democrática de Corea, la = People's Democratic Republic of Korea, the.
* ser muy popular = have + mass appeal.
* ser popular = find + favour, be popular in appeal, attain + appeal, be popular.
* ser popular entre = be popular with.
* voto popular, el = popular vote, the.
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adjetivo
1)
a) <cultura/tradiciones> popular (before n); <canción/baile> traditional, folk (before n); <costumbres> traditional
b) (Pol) <movimiento/rebelión> popular (before n)
2) (que gusta) <actor/programa/deporte> popular
3) <lenguaje> colloquial
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= folkloristic, popular, demotic, folksy [folksier -comp., folksiest -sup.], homespun, folkloric, grassroots [grass-roots], high selling.

Ex: The cult of information forms the catalyst for a discussion of the ways in which information has acquired folkloristic status as the major way in which people look at the world.

Ex: Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
Ex: Without language, the basic and demotic tool, no one would have a chance.
Ex: The best path, the film implies, is a middle way, combining worldliness with a folksy morality, one that respects family and individual alike.
Ex: The author chronicles the exuberant stories, hyperbole, homespun speech and demigod characteristics of American 'tall tales'.
Ex: Such recordings often originate in field work and are ethnomusicological, ethnolinguistic or folkloric in content.
Ex: For a year or two, any wholesome grass-roots group, aiming at anything from wholemeal bread to revolution, would tap one public agency or another.
Ex: Many high selling products eventually see a drop in sales and eventual discontinuation, usually after being superseded by a superior product.
* acción popular = class action, class action suit.
* a petición popular = by popular demand.
* arte popular = folk art.
* canción popular = popular song.
* costumbre popular = folkway.
* creencia popular = urban legend, popular belief.
* cuento popular = folk tale.
* cultura popular = public culture.
* de base popular = grassroots [grass-roots].
* dejar de ser popular = outlive + Posesivo + popularity.
* demanda popular = public demand.
* dicho popular = saying, familiar saying, saw.
* hacer popular = popularise [popularize, -USA].
* hacerse popular = catch on.
* impopular = unpopular.
* lista de más populares = chart.
* mito popular = popular myth, urban legend, folk myth.
* mundo de la música popular, el = Tin Pan Alley.
* música popular = popular music.
* muy popular = widely-read, highly popular.
* organismo de base popular = grassroots organisation.
* protesta popular = street protest.
* República Popular China = Chinese People's Republic.
* República Popular China, La = People's Republic of China, The.
* República Popular Democrática de Corea, la = People's Democratic Republic of Korea, the.
* ser muy popular = have + mass appeal.
* ser popular = find + favour, be popular in appeal, attain + appeal, be popular.
* ser popular entre = be popular with.
* voto popular, el = popular vote, the.

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popular
adjective
A
1 (tradicional) ‹cultura/tradiciones› popular (before n); ‹canción/baile› traditional, folk (before n); ‹costumbres› traditional
2 (Pol) ‹movimiento/rebelión› popular (before n)
protestas populares popular o mass protests
una manifestación popular a mass demonstration
B (que gusta) ‹actor/programa/deporte› popular
muy popular entre los jóvenes very popular with young people
C ‹lenguaje› colloquial
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popular adjetivo
1
a)cultura/tradicionespopular (before n);

canción/baile/costumbrestraditional
b) (Pol) ‹movimiento/rebeliónpopular (before n)

2 (que gusta) ‹actor/programa/deportepopular
popular adjetivo
1 (folclórico) folk
2 (humilde) las clases populares, the people, the working class
3 (bien aceptado) popular
4 (conocido, famoso) well-known
'popular' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aceptación
- cabezudo
- cancionero
- cómic
- conocida
- conocido
- constancia
- divulgación
- infarto
- interpretar
- legitimar
- pueblo
- romería
- seguidilla
- solicitada
- solicitado
- atracción
- concurrido
- conjunto
- copla
- cultura
- curandero
- feria
- jalador
- palenque
- pegar
- petición
- popularizar
- usar
- verbena
- vulgar
English:
alike
- bandwagon
- belief
- big
- down-market
- folk
- folk song
- immensely
- itself
- lore
- outcry
- pander
- popular
- request
- throughout
- by
- catch
- demand
- downmarket
- hot
- pop
- popularize
- tabloid
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popular
adj
1. [del pueblo] [creencia, movimiento, revuelta] popular;
la voluntad popular the will of the people;
una insurrección/protesta popular a popular uprising/protest
2. [arte, música] folk
3. [precios] affordable
4. [lenguaje] colloquial
5. [famoso] popular;
hacerse popular to catch on
6. [aceptado] popular;
es muy popular en la oficina she's very popular in the office
7. Esp Pol = of/relating to the Partido Popular
nmf
Esp Pol = member/supporter of the Partido Popular
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popular
I adj
1 (afamado) popular
2 (del pueblo) folk atr
3 barrio lower-class
II mpl
:
los populares Esp
POL the Popular Party
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popular adj
1) : popular
2) : traditional
3) : colloquial
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popular adj popular

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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