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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
popüler

Geçen sene kurulan lunapark sağolsun şehir popüler oldu. - Thanks to the amusement park built last year, the city has become popular.

Şarkıcı genç insanlar arasında popülerdir. - The singer is popular among young people.

yaygın

Köpek balığı süzgeci çorbası Çin'de çok yaygındır. - Shark fin soup is very popular in China.

Yaygın görüşün aksine, Tom o kadar da saf değildir. - Contrary to popular belief, Tom isn't that naive.

herkesçe sevilen
halkın zevkine uygun
beğenilen
halka hitap eden
halka özgü
sevilen

Japonya'da onun kadar sevilen başka hiçbir şarkıcı yok. - No other singer in Japan is as popular as she.

Tom oldukça sevilen, değil mi? - Tom is quite popular, isn't he?

tutulan
halka ait
gözde
genel

Genellikle eğitimli insanlarda olduğu gibi o klasik müziği popüler müzikten daha çok seviyor. - As is often the case with educated people, he likes classical music better than popular music.

Genelde Japon arabaları denizaşırı ülkelerde daha popüler. - Generally speaking, Japanese cars are popular overseas.

herkes tarafından sevilen
{s} rağbette olan
{s} halk

Lorelei bir popüler Alman halk şarkısıdır. - Die Lorelei is a popular German folk song.

Az sayıda halk oyu kazandı. - He won by a small number of popular votes.

popular election herkesin oyunu kullanabildiği seçim
{s} herkesçe anlaşılabilir. 6
halkın kesesine elverişli
popular frontfaşizme ve gericiliğe karşı gelen ve göster
uygun
popular education
popüler eğitim
popular literature
popüler edebiyat
popular opinion
(Politika, Siyaset) kamuoyu
popular theatre
(Tiyatro) tuluat
popular election
genel saylav
popular music
popüler müzik

Tom modern popüler müzik hakkında oldukça bilgili. - Tom is quite knowledgeable about modern popular music.

Roger Miller'ın Dang Me'si Amerikan folk müziği fanatikleri arasında ve popüler müzik fanatikleri arasında da bir liste başıydı. O miyonlarca adet sattı. - Roger Miller's Dang Me was a hit with country music fans and with popular music fans too. It sold millions of copies.

popular opinion
popüler fikir
popular science
halkbilgisi
popular song
popüler şarkı
Popular Committee
Halk heyeti

Organizers in city formed a Popular Committee Against the Fertilizer Factory: Şehirdeki organizatörler gübre fabrikasına karşı bir Halk Komitesi oluşturdular.

Popular Front
Halk Cephesi
Popular Front
(Politika Siyaset) Faşizme ve gericiliğe karşı gelen ve gösterilerde bulunan solcu koalisyonu
popular culture
Popüler kültür
popular demand
Yoğun istek
popular press
popüler basın
popular vote
Seçilmiş temsilcilerin oyunun karşısında seçme hakkı olan kişinin kullandığı oy
popular vote
halkoylaması
popular wisdom
popüler bilgelik
popular with
popüler
popular belief
genel inanç
popular culture
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) popüler kültür hall
popular culture
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) fiske…
popular election
genel seçim
popular etymology
(Dilbilim) halk kökenlemesi
popular heroes
halk kahramanları
popular music
pop müzik
popular prices
indirimli fiyatlar
popular sovereignty
(Politika, Siyaset) halk iradesi
popular vote
halkın oyu
popular vote
geçerli oylar
popular works
popüler çalışmalar
popularity
{i} popülerlik

Kentte popülerlik kazandı. - She won popularity in the town.

Film ona büyük popülerlik kazandırdı. - The movie gained her great popularity.

most popular
en popüler
popularly
genelde
success in popular culture
popüler kültürde başarı
popularity
rağbet

Kent, önemli bir turistik yer olarak rağbet kazandı. - The city is gaining popularity as a major tourist destination.

popularity
tutulma
popularity
sevilme
popularity
popüler olma
popularly
bir çok insan tarafından
beloved, popular, appreciated
sevgili, sevilen, takdir
contrary to popular belief
bilinenin aksine
popularly
genelde, bir çok insan tarafından
by popular demand
genel istek üzerine
contrary to popular myth
bilinenin aksine
popularity
rağbette olma
popularity
popülarite

Onun popülaritesi azalıyor. - His popularity is waning.

Tatoebanın popülaritesi kurulduğu günden beri katlanarak artmaktadır. - Tatoeba's popularity has been growing exponentially since the day of its inception.

popularly
ucuzca/genelde
sex in popular culture
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) popüler kültürde cinsellik
the popular cry
genel istek
the popular hero
halk kahramanı
the popular vote
halkoyu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Devoted to the common people; studious of the favor of the populace

Such popular humanity is treason. - Joseph Addison.

Beloved or approved by the people; pleasing to people in general, or to many people; as, a popular preacher; a popular law; a popular administration
Adapted to the means of the common people; possessed or obtainable by the many; hence, cheap; common; ordinary; inferior; as, popular prices; popular amusements

The smallest figs, called popular figs, . . . are, of all others, the basest and of least account. - Holland?.

Suitable to common people; easy to be comprehended; not abstruse; familiar; plain

Homilies are plain popular instructions. - Richard Hooker.

Prevailing among the people; epidemic; as, a popular disease. - Samuel Johnson
Of or pertaining to the common people, or to the whole body of the people, as distinguished from a select portion; as, the popular voice; popular elections; popular music

The commonly held in popular estimation are greatest at a distance. - John Henry Newman.

{a} pleasing to the people, general
(of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people) carried on by or for the people (or citizens) at large; "the popular vote"; "popular representation"; "institutions of popular government"
Of or pertaining to the common people, or to the whole body of the people, as distinguished from a select portion; as, the popular voice; popular elections
(of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people)
representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large; "democratic art forms"; "a democratic or popular movement"; "popular thought"; "popular science"; "popular fiction"
Something that is popular is enjoyed or liked by a lot of people. This is the most popular ball game ever devised Chocolate sauce is always popular with youngsters. unpopular + popularity popu·lar·ity the growing popularity of Australian wines among consumers Walking and golf increased in popularity during the 1980s
Frequently encountered or widely accepted
Someone who is popular is liked by most people, or by most people in a particular group. He remained the most popular politician in France unpopular + popularity popu·lar·ity It is his popularity with ordinary people that sets him apart
Popular newspapers, television programmes, or forms of art are aimed at ordinary people and not at experts or intellectuals. Once again the popular press in Britain has been rife with stories about their marriage. one of the classics of modern popular music
regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public; "a popular tourist attraction"; "a popular girl"; "cabbage patch dolls are no longer popular
Popular is used to describe political activities which involve the ordinary people of a country, and not just members of political parties. The late President Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown by a popular uprising in 1986. adj. Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana Italian Popular Party popular front popular music Popular Republican Movement popular sovereignty Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el Hamra and Río de Oro Popular Front for the Liberation of Oman
Prevailing among the people; epidemic; as, a popular disease. - w: Samuel Johnson
Prevailing among the people; epidemic; as, a popular disease
Popular ideas, feelings, or attitudes are approved of or held by most people. The military government has been unable to win popular support + popularity popu·lar·ity Over time, though, Watson's views gained in popularity
{s} of the general population; well-liked, admired; approved, accepted; common, prevailing
popular
comprehensible to the general public; "written for the popular press in plain nontechnical language"
carried on by or for the people (or citizens) at large; "the popular vote"; "popular representation"; "institutions of popular government"
big

It's very big these days. - It's very popular these days.

Walls are very big these days. - Walls are very popular these days.

popular assembly
A localized citizen gathering to address issues of importance to the community
popular culture
The prevailing vernacular culture in any given society, including art, cooking, clothing, entertainment, films, mass media, music, sports , and style
popular etymology
Same as folk etymology
popular music
Any genre of music that has a wide appeal amongst the general public of a society dominated by urban culture and advanced technology, especially music with less complexity than "classical music"
popular science
An interpretation of science intended for a general audience, rather than for other scientists or students
Popular Front
(Politika Siyaset) A popular front is a broad coalition of different political groupings, often made up of leftists and centrists. Being very broad, they can sometimes include centrist and liberal (or "bourgeois") forces as well as socialist and communist ("working-class") groups. Popular fronts are larger in scope than united fronts, which contain only working-class groups
Popular Front for the Liberation of Oman
orig. Dhofar Liberation Front Resistance group founded in 1963 by Arab nationalists and religious conservatives to depose Sultan Sad ibn Taymr (r. 1932-70). In 1968 its leadership was taken over by Marxists. In 1970 the sultan was deposed by his son, Qbs ibn Sad, who softened the resistance with a combination of military pressure and economic development
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
extremist Palestinian organization headed by George Chabbash
Popular Mechanics
monthly American magazine that covers a variety of topics (home improvement, automotive, science, technology, etc.)
Popular Republican Movement
French social reform party. Founded in 1944, the MRP was a strong centre party of the Fourth Republic and the French expression of Christian Democracy. After winning about 25% of the vote, it declined in the 1950s, losing strength to both right and left factions. In 1966 it was merged with other right-centre parties to become the Centre Démocrate, which won only 13% of the vote. By 1968 it had become little more than a political club
popular edition
edition made for the general population
popular front
a leftist coalition organized against a common opponent
popular front
pact between the communist party and the rest of the left and central parties against the right political parties
popular front
A political coalition of leftist parties against fascism, such as that formed among European countries during the 1930s. In European politics, any coalition of working-class and middle-class political parties united to defend democracy against an expected fascist assault. The policy of a "united front" against fascism was announced at the communist Third International (1935); it was to include not only communists and socialists but also liberals, moderates, and even conservatives. Popular-front governments were formed in France and Spain in 1936, but the financial consequences of the reforms undertaken by the French government, under Léon Blum, proved its undoing, and the Spanish government was brought down by Francisco Franco in the Spanish Civil War
popular front for the liberation of palestine
a terrorist group of limited popularity formed in 1967 after the Six-Day War; combined Marxist-Leninist ideology with Palestinian nationalism; used terrorism to gain attention for their cause; hoped to eliminate the state of Israel
popular front for the liberation of palestine-general command
a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization that conducted several attacks in western Europe
popular leader
leader who is well respected by those he leads
popular literature
books and stories that are easy to read
popular loan
financial loan for the country from the citizens
popular music
Any music intended to be received and appreciated by ordinary people in a literate, technologically advanced society dominated by urban culture. Unlike traditional folk music, popular music is written by known individuals, usually professionals, and does not evolve through the process of oral transmission. Historically, popular music was any non-folk form that acquired mass popularity from the songs of the medieval minstrels and troubadours to those elements of fine art music originally intended for a small, elite audience but that became widely popular. After the Industrial Revolution, true folk music began to disappear, and the popular music of the Victorian era and the early 20th century was that of the music hall and vaudeville, with its upper reaches dominated by waltz music and operettas. In the U.S., minstrel shows performed the compositions of songwriters such as Stephen Foster. In the 1890s Tin Pan Alley emerged as the first popular song-publishing industry, and over the next half century its lyricism was combined with European operetta in a new kind of play known as the musical. Beginning with ragtime in the 1890s, African Americans had begun combining complex African rhythms with European harmonic structures, a synthesis that would eventually create jazz. The music audience greatly expanded, partly because of technology. By 1930, phonograph records had replaced sheet music as the chief source of music in the home. The microphone enabled more intimate vocal techniques to be commercially adapted. The ability of radio broadcasting to reach rural communities aided the dissemination of new styles, notably country music. U.S. popular music achieved international dominance in the decades after World War II. By the 1950s, the migration of African Americans to cities in the North had resulted in the cross-fertilization of elements of blues with the uptempo rhythms of jazz to create rhythm and blues. Rock and roll, with figures such as Elvis Presley, soon developed as an amalgam of rhythm and blues with country music and other influences (see rock music). In the 1960s, British rock groups, including the Beatles, became internationally influential. Rock quickly attracted the allegiance of Western teenagers, who replaced young adults as the chief audience for popular music. From the late 1960s black pop (see Motown) achieved greater sophistication and a wide audience. The history of pop through the 1990s was basically that of rock and its variants, including disco, heavy metal, punk rock, and rap, which spread throughout the world and became the standard musical idiom for young people in many countries
popular music
any genre of music having wide appeal (but usually only for a short time)
popular press
Publications reflecting the taste and interests of the general public
popular press
Newspapers, magazines and television shows intended for general readers
popular psychology
superficially dealing with extremely complex scientific matters
popular saying
phrase that is well known and often used
popular science
science that is suited to the general population
popular song
popular tune, popular music, well-known song, hit
popular sovereignty
Political doctrine that allowed the settlers of U.S. federal territories to decide whether to enter the Union as free or slave states. It was applied by Sen. Stephen A. Douglas as a means to reach a compromise through passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act. Critics of the doctrine called it "squatter sovereignty." The resulting violence between pro-and antislavery factions (see Bleeding Kansas) showed its failure as a workable compromise. See also Dred Scott decision
popular standard
agreed-upon and pre-set model, model that suits most of the people
popular struggle front
a terrorist group of radical Palestinians who split with al-Fatah in 1967 but now have close relations with al-Fatah; staged terrorist attacks against Israel across the Lebanese border
popular tune
piece of music that is well known and liked
popular view
view held by a large percentage of the population
popular vote
vote cast by an eligible voter (as opposed to votes cast by elected representatives, such as the Electoral College)
popular with
patronized by
Popular.
pop

It's popular among senior citizens. - It's popular among the elderly.

Fizzy water isn't very popular in the United States. - Fizzy water isn't very popular in America.

popularity
The quality or state of being popular; especially, the state of being esteemed by, or of being in favor with, the people at large; good will or favor proceeding from the people; as, the popularity of a law, statesman, or a book
popularly
In a popular manner; so as to be generally favored or accepted by the people; commonly; currently; as, the story was popularly reported
popularity
{n} the favor or love of the people
popularly
{a} in a popular or vulgar manner
Contrary to popular belief
Something that you say before you make a statement that is the opposite of what most people believe
Italian Popular Party
formerly (until 1993) Christian Democratic Party Centrist political party whose several factions are united by their Roman Catholicism and anticommunism. They advocate programs ranging from social reform to the defense of free enterprise. The original party was founded in 1919 as the Italian Popular Party and quickly won popularity, but in 1926 the Fascists banned all political parties. After Italy's surrender in World War II, former party leaders, along with Catholic organizations, founded the Christian Democratic Party, which held power in Italy (usually in coalition with other parties) for most of the postwar era. In 1992-93 it was rocked by the involvement of some of its leading members in financial scandals and political corruption. In 1993 the struggling party reverted to its original name, but in the 1994 parliamentary elections it fell from power and was reduced to a minor party. In the late 1990s it participated in elections as part of the La Margherita coalition, which comprised one element of the leftist Olive Tree coalition
National Centre for Popular Music
a museum of pop and rock music in Sheffield, UK, in a specially built building which is shaped like four very large, shiny drums, and which contains information about pop and rock music and shows films of musicians playing
popularity
The quality or state of being adapted or pleasing to common, poor, or vulgar people; hence, cheapness; inferiority; vulgarity
popularity
Public sentiment; general passion
popularity
{i} state of being admired by the public; being accepted, being approved; commonness, state of being widespread; state of belonging to the general public
popularity
Something which obtains, or is intended to obtain, the favor of the vulgar; claptrap
popularity
when something or someone is liked or supported by a lot of people popularity of
popularity
The act of courting the favor of the people
popularity
the quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after; "his charm soon won him affection and popularity"; "the universal popularity of American movies"
popularly
A popularly elected leader or government has been elected by a majority of the people in a country. Walesa was Poland's first popularly elected President. = democratically. by most or many people
popularly
If something is popularly believed or supposed to be the case, most people believe or suppose it to be the case, although it may not be true. Schizophrenia is not a `split mind' as is popularly believed = commonly
popularly
among the people; "this topic was popularly discussed
popularly
In a popular manner; so as to be generally favored or accepted by the people; commonly; currently; as, the story was popularity reported
popularly
for the general public, for the populace; generally, commonly
popularly
among the people; "this topic was popularly discussed"
popularly
If something or someone is popularly known as something, most people call them that, although it is not their official name or title. the Mesozoic era, more popularly known as the age of dinosaurs. an infection popularly called mad cow disease. = commonly
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