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popular British & World English

Liked or admired by many people or by a particular person or group

popular English Thesaurus

the most popular boy around

popular front British & World English

A party or coalition representing left-wing elements, in particular (the Popular Front) an alliance of communist, radical, and socialist elements formed and gaining some power in countries such as France and Spain in the 1930s

popular music British & World English

Music appealing to the popular taste, including rock and pop and also soul, reggae, rap, and dance music

popular vote British & World English

An act of voting by the electorate of a country or area

popular culture British & World English

Culture based on the tastes of ordinary people rather than an educated elite

popular etymology British & World English

Another term for folk etymology.

the Popular Front in popular front British & World English

A party or coalition representing left-wing elements, in particular (the Popular Front) an alliance of communist, radical, and socialist elements formed and gaining some power in countries such as France and Spain in the 1930s


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