Examples of popularize in a Sentence
a phrase that was popularized by its use in a hit TV show
Dream analysis was popularized by Sigmund Freud.
The book presents a popularized version of American history.
Recent Examples of popularize from the Web
Actors, formerly shown in long shots, were now filmed in close-ups—popularized by Griffith—the better to see them.
But whatever happens, the big-screen subscription model MoviePass has popularized could end up changing the economics of the multiplex.
Dawes, in an interview with All the Moms, said the friends’ poses come from a meme created and popularized by YouTuber Ethan Klein of the channel H3H3 Productions.
By popularizing Pacific Northwest bands on an international stage, Sub Pop helped transform sleepy Seattle from the Tucson of the north into a booming metropolis with sky-high property values and a tech industry reminiscent of San Francisco.
Revising history Asperger syndrome officially entered the medical lexicon in 1981, when British psychiatrist Lorna Wing found Asperger’s 1944 thesis and popularized his work.
The Ducks aren't exactly reinventing the wheel by bringing in Mastro, who helped create and popularize the formation during his time at Nevada.
The comment appeared to be a direct dig at the wooden boards Joanna Gaines has popularized over the five-season run of Fixer Upper.
Baseball has popularized and incentivized going cheap.
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POPULARIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of popularize for English Language Learners
: to cause (something) to be liked, enjoyed, accepted, or done by many people : to make (something) popular
: to make (something that is difficult or complicated) simpler and easier to understand for the average person
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