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often humorous used to refer to something that has reached the highest degree of popularity, with the result that it starts to become less popular
informal very popular and spreading very quickly, especially on the Internet
very popular as a subject discussed on the microblogging service Twitter
a popular activity, place, thing etc is one that many people like
popular at a particular time
publicly written and talked about in an admiring way
getting a good reaction from people
mainly journalism very popular, or successful
used for describing someone or something that is loved, respected etc a lot or by many people
informal popular with many people
in competitive cycling, the illegal use of motors on bikes in order to gain advantage over other riders
to carry the golf clubs for a golf player
be reversed; be as if it had never happened
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