popular
[pɔpjʊlə]

adjective

[Definition]: have a general admiration

[Example Sentences]:
1. The most popular Android maker seems to have found the hit the company needed after a rough 2014.
2. The operator went on to expand LTE to the most popular winter sports resorts by early 2012.
3. The iPad 2 is a very popular device this tablet was on sale between March 2011 and March 2014.
4. Tech entered the mainstream popular culture in the 70s and 80s.
5. The iPhone is the most popular device Apple has ever made and remains its biggest moneymaker.
6. These are three of the most popular devices in this category.
7. No one with an iPhone can download any of the popular apps any more.
8. The iPhone is by far the most popular smartphone in the corporate world.
9. He is more popular here and in Europe than he is at home.
10. The popular smartphone game hits Android devices three months after its iOS debut.
11. It is seen to be close to him, and is not popular on the streets.
12. These types of games are popular with the working world for a few reasons.
13. It could be used to make it appear that a video is more popular that it actually is.
14. There is still a lot of popular concern to be overcome.
15. Many of the new services are popular only in particular countries.


[Antonyms]unpopular

[Synonyms]well-liked, approved, accepted, favorite
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