popular

popular
adj.
VERBS
be, prove, seem
become, get, grow

They seem to be getting quite popular.

remain, stay
make sth

What makes this subject so popular?

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
enormously, especially, exceedingly, extraordinarily, highly, hugely, immensely, incredibly, massively, overwhelmingly, particularly, phenomenally, tremendously, wildly
increasingly
less than, not exactly

Jack was not exactly popular after the incident with the fire extinguisher.

equally

Alec and I are equally popular with the show's viewers.

relatively
deservedly

The restaurant is deservedly popular with all who enjoy Mexican food.

instantly

He was one of those people who are instantly popular.

newly (esp. AmE)
always, enduringly, ever, perennially

Socks are always popular as presents.

a concert featuring the ever-popular entertainer

widely
universally
politically
PREPOSITION
among

popular among young people

as

These animals are quite popular as pets.

for

a restaurant that is popular for light meals

with

This area is immensely popular with tourists.

Popular is used with these nouns: ↑acceptance, ↑acclaim, ↑agitation, ↑amusement, ↑anger, ↑appeal, ↑approval, ↑attraction, ↑backing, ↑bar, ↑belief, ↑blog, ↑brand, ↑capitalism, ↑character, ↑choice, ↑cinema, ↑classic, ↑cliché, ↑comedian, ↑conception, ↑consciousness, ↑culture, ↑delusion, ↑demand, ↑demonstration, ↑destination, ↑discontent, ↑dish, ↑disillusionment, ↑dissatisfaction, ↑election, ↑entertainment, ↑enthusiasm, ↑esteem, ↑event, ↑expectation, ↑fashion, ↑favourite, ↑feeling, ↑fiction, ↑figure, ↑folklore, ↑haunt, ↑hero, ↑hostility, ↑icon, ↑image, ↑imagery, ↑imagination, ↑insurrection, ↑journalism, ↑literature, ↑magazine, ↑majority, ↑mandate, ↑media, ↑melody, ↑misconception, ↑model, ↑mood, ↑move, ↑movement, ↑music, ↑musical, ↑myth, ↑mythology, ↑narrative, ↑nationalism, ↑newspaper, ↑nightclub, ↑notion, ↑novel, ↑novelist, ↑opinion, ↑participation, ↑pastime, ↑perception, ↑personality, ↑phrase, ↑politician, ↑power, ↑preacher, ↑prejudice, ↑press, ↑pressure, ↑protest, ↑pursuit, ↑rebellion, ↑recreation, ↑referendum, ↑religion, ↑remedy, ↑resistance, ↑resort, ↑restaurant, ↑revolt, ↑revolution, ↑saying, ↑science, ↑sentiment, ↑series, ↑show, ↑singer, ↑slogan, ↑soap opera, ↑song, ↑sovereignty, ↑sport, ↑spot, ↑stereotype, ↑story, ↑success, ↑superstition, ↑support, ↑sympathy, ↑tabloid, ↑taste, ↑teacher, ↑technique, ↑textbook, ↑theatre, ↑theme, ↑topic, ↑tradition, ↑tune, ↑type, ↑understanding, ↑unrest, ↑uprising, ↑usage, ↑venue, ↑version, ↑view, ↑vote, ↑website, ↑will, ↑wisdom, ↑writer, ↑writing

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