popularity ; mass appeal.
The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
Few have achieved the success of the video cassette recorder (VCR) in terms of mass appeal.
These new technologies are advancing rapidly in Japan and are likely to catch on quickly in other countries.
concurso de popularidad
Shock as boofy blokes beat weedy intellectual in popularity contest.
gain in + popularity
gain + popularity
increase in + popularity
There is no doubt that since DCD and BNB healed the breach the LC scheme has gained in popularity.
This technique is sure to gain popularity as more libraries become involved in the long-range planning process.
CD drives are now cheap enough for CD-ROMs to increase in popularity.
In the tide of criticism which finally engulfed this edition of the classification scheme, it was these relocations which were often blamed for its unpopularity.
fade from + popularity
outlive + Posesivo + popularity
go out of + favour
lose + favour
fall out of + favour
Variety shows began to fade from popularity in the early 1970s, when research began to show that variety shows appealed to an older audience that was less appealing to advertisers.
Library materials may be discarded when they are in poor physical condition, beyond repair and unfit for binding, or when the text is out-of-date or superseded by a new edition, or when they have outlived their popularity.
The author follows the history through to the point, in the latter part of the nineteenth century, when mirror-image monograms went out of favour and were replaced by straightforward monograms.
However, and despite its popular currency, this perspective has largely lost favour in academic circles.
At first he was a close political advisor to Charles II, although he later fell out of favour and was forced into exile.
popularidad cada vez mayor
The growing popularity of cycling is leading to an increased share in the area of physical education.
volver a la popularidad
return to + favour
Despite the incompetence of most eighteenth-century block-makers, woodcuts never quite disappeared, and they returned to favour in the delicate form called 'wood-engraving' at the end of the hand-press period.