Translation of popularity in Spanish:

popularity

popularidad, n.

Pronunciation /pɒpjʊˈlarəti//ˌpɑpjəˈlɛrədi/

noun

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    popularidad feminine
    the program is growing in popularity among / with young people el programa goza de una popularidad cada vez mayor entre los jóvenes
    • before noun popularity poll encuesta de popularidad
    • popularity rating índice de popularidad
    • This partially explains why the films lost their popularity by the end of the 1970s.
    • You have to get votes, it isn't like a panel, we had to get there by popularity.
    • The popularity as measured by the number of inbound links tends to follow a power law distribution.
    • Comparatively young and at the height of her powers and popularity, Baker was adamant.
    • The Vale is set to lose a total of four phone boxes amid the growing popularity of mobile phones.
    • Given the enormous popularity of the film, I was surprised by just how few extras there were.
    • The popularity of Hallowe'en is growing in this country and it can be a time of fun for children.
    • Persicaria polymorpha is a plant that has come to popularity only in the last 10 years or so.
    • The firm was disappointed in both the number of stalls taken up and the market's popularity.
    • Jordan's popularity is growing and she moves swiftly on to Dane Bowers, the pop star.
    • Their popularity showed that there was money to be made by appealing to the baser instincts of young men.
    • I said because of his position and his popularity, what is the chance of extending his stay here?
    • As his fame grows and his popularity spreads, there are many traps lying in wait for him.
    • Outside the Soviet orbit Russia had earned great respect and popularity during the war.
    • The popularity of film songs will be curbed to a very large extent if this law is enforced.
    • It's probably this refreshing sense of freedom that was the key to her popularity.
    • Cheaper fares and the resulting soaring popularity of air travel are in large part the culprits.
    • Our results show that type rather than quality of content determines popularity.
    • If it did start taking account of other countries, its popularity may perhaps grow.
    • Woodward's efforts to boost his popularity in New Zealand probably came to nothing.