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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈpɒpjʊlər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈpɑpyəlɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(popyə lər)


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Sense: Adjective: generally liked - things
Synonyms:
well-liked, well-received, all the rage (informal), trendy , in (informal), hot (slang), vogue, in demand, in favor, in favour (UK), favorite , favourite (UK)
Antonyms:
hated, despised, avoided, jeered, shunned, disliked, scorned, loathed, condemned, looked down on, old-fashioned , out of fashion, out of favor, fallen from grace, in disrepute
Sense: Adjective: generally liked - persons
Synonyms:
celebrated, acclaimed, admired, beloved , much-loved, well-liked, cherished, dear , well thought-of
Sense: Adjective: commonly accepted
Synonyms:
common , general , prevalent , widespread , prevailing , universal, conventional , commonly accepted, accepted , traditional , vulgate (literary)
Antonyms:
unknown , unfamiliar, rare , uncommon, unheard-of, little-known, obscure , unusual , unconventional, narrowly held
Sense: Adjective: of or for the people
Synonyms:
of the people, common , vulgar (literary or formal), public , people's, democratic, for the masses, for the people, general , populist, pop (informal)
Sense: Adjective: inexpensive
Synonyms:
cheap , low-priced, economical , affordable , inexpensive, modest , accessible , reasonable , bargain-basement, marked down, mass-market, a-dime-a-dozen (US, slang)
Antonyms:
dear , pricey, expensive , unaffordable, marked up, exorbitant, sky-high, steep , premium , overpriced, out of reach, a rip-off (slang)

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