English - Vietnamese Dictionary
unpopular /'ʌn'pɔpjulə/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- không có tính chất quần chúng
- không được quần chúng yêu chuộng, không được quần chúng ưa thích
+regarded with disfavor or lacking general approval
Advanced English Dictionary
out of favour, in bad odour, unliked, disliked, shunned, avoided, snubbed, ignored, unsought after, unaccepted, unwanted, rejected, unwelcome, undesirable; unloved, friendless:
New taxes are always unpopular. James had always been an unpopular boy at school.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
~ (with / among sb) not liked or enjoyed by a person, a group or people in general: an unpopular choice / decision / leader / government + The proposed increase in income tax proved deeply unpopular with the electorate.
unpopularity noun [U]: the growing unpopularity of the military regime
be, prove, seem | become | remain | make sb/sth
His advanced views made him unpopular with many of the clergy.
deeply, desperately, extremely, highly, particularly, terribly, very | increasingly | rather, somewhat | generally, widely | politically
Cuts in government expenditure are politically unpopular.
Highly priced shares are unpopular among investors.
He's unpopular with the students.
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