Definition of Popularization

1. Noun. An interpretation that easily understandable and acceptable.

Exact synonyms: Popularisation
Generic synonyms: Interpretation
Derivative terms: Popularise, Popularize



2. Noun. The act of making something attractive to the general public.

Definition of Popularization

1. n. The act of making popular, or of introducing among the people.

Definition of Popularization

1. Noun. The act of making something popular to the general public. ¹

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Definition of Popularization

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Popularization

popular science
popular vote
popular with(p)
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popularisations
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popularisers
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popularism
popularities
popularity
popularity contest
popularization (current term)
popularizations
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populate
populated
populated area
populates

Literary usage of Popularization

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1. Divorce: A Study in Social Causation by James Pendleton Lichtenberger (1909)
"popularization OF LAW One of the interesting outgrowths of our social development has been the popularization of law. Professor Willcox has not only ..."

2. Old-time Makers of Medicine: The Story of the Students and Teachers of the by James Joseph Walsh (1911)
"As a matter of fact, the Middle Ages furnish us with many examples of the popularization of science, of the writing of compendia of various kinds, ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Association of Museums by American Association of Museums (1914)
"... of the Geological Survey of Canada and official delegate of the Survey at the convention, presented the following paper: THE popularization OF ..."

4. The Labor Problem and the Social Catholic Movement in France: A Study in the by Parker Thomas Moon (1921)
"... CHAPTER III popularization AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROGRAM THE COMMUNE AND THE REACTION UNDER the Second Empire, bourgeois economists and sociologists, ..."

5. A History of England by James Franck Bright (1889)
"The list of the Privy Council in 1552 contains but two clerical names, and the well-known statesmen and diplomatists, such popularization as Paget, Mason, ..."

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