Synonym: people. Similar words: popularity, regulation, speculation, calculation, relation, violation, isolation, inflation. Meaning: ['pɑpjə'leɪʃn /‚pɒpjʊ-] n. 1. the people who inhabit a territory or state 2. a group of organisms of the same species populating a given area 3. (statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn 4. the number of inhabitants (either the total number or the number of a particular race or class) in a given place (country or city etc.) 5. the act of populating (causing to live in a place).
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1, The native population was subjugated and exploited.
2, The disease ping-pongs through the population.
3, The elephant population is dwindling.
4, The country has a total population of 65 million.
5, The population in this area is quite widely dispersed.
6, The town has a population of ten thousand.
7, India has a population of more than 1 billion.
8, 36% of the population were of pensionable age .
9, This city has a population of more than 1,000,000.
10, The population was decimated by a plague.
11, The area has a large, but politically inactive population.
12, California had experienced a phenomenal growth in population.
13, The world is facing a problem of population explosion.
14, Most of the population is an urban population.
15, The bulk of the population concentrates in the cities.
16, The population remained more or less static.
17, Muslims make up 55% of the population.
18, What per cent of the population read/reads books?
19, Nigeria has a population of nearly 100 million.
20, What is the population of this city?
21, The deer population has increased substantially in recent years.
22, Most of the population there are reckoned as uneducated.
23, Most of the population lives at subsistence level.
24, The population continues to increase.
25, The war caused a massive transfer of population.
26, The guerrillas inflicted heavy casualties on the local population.
27, Increased population has transformed the landscape.
28, Ten per cent of the population lived in poverty.
29, The population is increasing at about 6% per year.
30, Disease has decimated the population.
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