1. Many young people love popular songs.
2. She is a popular girl.
3. He's a good politician but he isn't popular.
4. He writes for a journal of popular science.
5. She is popular at school.
形容词流行的，大众化的; 民众的，大众的，公众的; 通俗的，普通的，平易的; 〈美俚〉自以为了不得的，骄傲的
1. 受欢迎的：在世界上,美式足球(soccer )与英式足球(football )都是非常受欢迎的(popular)体育运动. 这是因为大部分国家都有自己的职业球队(professional teams),因为这个体育运动花费不大,所以所有的国家都建立了最好的球队(excellent teams)来参加国际比赛(international competitions).
2. 流行的：足球是英国最流行的(popular)运动项目,也是大多数学校里男生最喜欢的冬季运动. 但是令人奇怪的是,英国竟没有代表国家的足球队,一些重大赛事, 如欧洲杯和世界杯(European Cup and World Cup)都是由英国的一些地区(英格兰、苏格兰等)分别组队参加.
1. New craft liquor is popular among consumers because it has the advantages such as low production cost, high labor efficiency, high liquor yield and sanitary conditions.
2. Still it is one of the most popular methods to test the beads and many times gives accurate results.
3. With so many island paradises to visit, it's no wonder the area is so popular.
4. COMMENTS: The Tighe Stick is a popular model with Tighe knife collectors - this model has machined black groves on the blade.
意见：Tighe 根是由于 Tighe 刀搜集家流行的模型-这一个模型已经以机器制造在刀锋上的黑色小树林。
5. Of course I wanted to be popular.
6. Two of the other most popular features are MultiSite and encryption.
7. If the word is not popular, be optimized why.
8. The publicity around bass fishing is part of why it has become very popular.
9. The publicity bass fishing in mexico around bass fishing bass fishing in mexico is part of why it has become verypopular.
10. And as for those who create the popular culture, well-grounded patriotism is no longer the style.
11. He is not only a popular post graduate, but also a excellent football player and guitar player
12. Sea urchin roes are popular delicacy to human.
13. This Bun became a very popular delicacy in Georgian England as its special taste and lightness allowed it to be enjoyed with either sweet or savoury accompaniments.
14. Before we get too sentimental though, other dogs in China have a far more grisly fate, many still destined for the dinner table, dog meat, a popular delicacy.
15. In south China, the favorite and most typical dishes were nian gao, sweet steamed glutinous rice pudding and zong zi (glutinous rice wrapped up in reed leaves), another popular delicacy.
16. Believed to be effective aphrodisiacs and good-luck charms, reptiles, amphibians and other exotic animals have become a popular delicacy and ornament in many parts of Asia.
17. Ten pin bowling is popular, especially among teens, as it is very exciting and fun to play.
18. The product invented and made by engineer Wang is very popular in the market.
19. Cramer is no doubt intelligent, but tuning into his extremely popular Mad Money TV show is like watching a traffic accident.
20. A section in the Rule Book is devoted to each of the popular breeds (for example, the Arabian Division, Saddle Horse Division, Shetland Pony Division) and to types of performance (Cutting Horse Division, Dressage Division, Equitation Division, and so on).
Something that is popular is enjoyed or liked by a lot of people.
e.g. This is the most popular ball game ever devised...
e.g. Chocolate sauce is always popular with youngsters.
...the growing popularity of Australian wines among consumers...
Walking and golf increased in popularity during the 1980s.
Someone who is popular is liked by most people, or by most people in a particular group.
e.g. He remained the most popular politician in France...
e.g. He was not only talented but immensely popular with his colleagues.
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.
e.g. Once again the popular press in Britain has been rife with stories about their marriage.
e.g. ...one of the classics of modern popular music.
Popular ideas, feelings, or attitudes are approved of or held by most people.
e.g. Contrary to popular belief, the oil companies can't control the price of crude...
e.g. The military government has been unable to win popular support...
Over time, though, Watson's views gained in popularity.
Popular is used to describe political activities which involve the ordinary people of a country, and not just members of political parties.
e.g. The late President Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown by a popular uprising in 1986.
1. The business is now so popular that Xia says he's short of staff.
2. Li said China had been slow to participate in mergers and acquisitions, which he described as a basic business practice popular across the world.
3. As a result, tens of thousands of Potter fans flocked to buy the book via popular websites.
4. A computer was the item most respondent wanted to buy in 2010, while travel was the second most popular.
5. We decided to delay selling our home after we realized what sort of house we could buy in popular school districts with the proceeds now.
6. It's proving popular with locals, who buy 5 kg at a time of the freshly milled product.
7. Buying up farmhouses and expanding the properties is a popular practice in Beijing.
8. Washed by the Blood of the Lamb, is a popular hymn sung in many Christian churches.
9. As a famous water town in the south of China, traveling to Zhouzhuang by boat is a popular choice.
10. By far the most popular afternoon tea venue in Hong Kong is The Peninsula hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui.