Definition of crowd-pleasing in English:

crowd-pleasing

adjective

  • Very popular and appealing.

    ‘a string of crowd-pleasing movies’
    • ‘This is the film that marked the point at which the director graduated from merely promising to bold, brash and effortlessly crowd-pleasing.’
    • ‘The movie never rises from the depths of mainstream crowd-pleasing revenge action.’
    • ‘The concert includes her nine Top-10 singles performed as a crowd-pleasing medley.’
    • ‘About two-thirds of the set is composed of vintage, crowd-pleasing tunes (with a smattering of newer songs).’
    • ‘There is also footage of the golfer's crowd-pleasing hole in one at the 1997 Phoenix Open.’
    • ‘He has made his most crowd-pleasing, conventional comedy to date.’
    • ‘The film still holds up as a violent, vibrant bit of celluloid crowd-pleasing.’
    • ‘Audiences get what they expect with this movie, a crowd-pleasing tale of the American Dream.’
    • ‘This is not as slick or crowd-pleasing as his other picture, but it's just as funny, and, in some ways, shows more cleverness.’
    • ‘I certainly wouldn't blow my budget to bring in huge, crowd-pleasing operatic stars.’

Pronunciation

crowd-pleasing

/ˈkraʊdˌpliːzɪŋ/