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bullfight a public show held in an arena in which performers first tease and tire out a bull, and then one person using a cape to draw the bull near tries to kill it with a sword. Bullfighting is popular in Spain and Mexico.
classic something that remains popular over a long period of time. [1/4 definitions]
classical having to do with the complex music of the European tradition that is neither folk nor popular music. [1/2 definitions]
condiment something used to give extra flavor to food that has already been prepared. Popular condiments are ketchup and mustard.
country music a type of popular music, based on the traditional music of the rural South and the cowboy music of the West. Country music often express sad personal emotions.
disco a style of popular dance music with a heavy, steady beat. [1/2 definitions]
fashion the style of clothes or way of acting that is popular. [1/3 definitions]
hit someone or something that is very popular. [1/9 definitions]
hot (informal) very popular at the current time. [1/6 definitions]
karaoke a kind of music entertainment system that plays the music of popular songs, but leaves out the vocals. This allows a person to sing along with the music. Karaoke was invented in Japan.
pop2 (informal) relating to or performing popular music. The word "pop" is a short form of popular.
popularity the condition of being popular.
rap3 a kind of popular music in which verses that rhyme are spoken and accompanied by a strong beat.
rock2 a form of popular music with a strong beat and usually played loudly on electronic instruments such as guitars; rock-'n'-roll. [1/6 definitions]
rock-'n'-roll a form of popular music with a strong beat; rock. [1/2 definitions]
smash (informal) something that is very popular; a complete success. [2/10 definitions]
ukulele a musical instrument that looks like a small guitar with four strings. The ukulele was brought from Portugal to Hawaii, where it became very popular.
vogue a popular fashion or style.
yodel to sing or call out with quick changes of the voice so that sounds range in an instant from low or medium pitch, with sounds coming from the chest, to very high pitch. Yodeling is popular among the mountain people of the Alps. [1/2 definitions]