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fashion

noun  us   /ˈfæʃ·ən/

fashion noun (CUSTOM)

[U] a custom, look, or way of doing things that is considered acceptable: Long skirts are back in fashion this season. Formal dinner parties seem to be out of fashion.

fashion noun (CLOTHING)

[C/U] clothing that is considered stylish: [U] She has a flair for fashion. [C] He plays golf and dresses in the latest fashions.

fashion noun (MANNER)

[U] a way of doing things: The sale of the property has to be conducted in a systematic fashion.

fashion

verb [T]  us   /ˈfæʃ·ən/

fashion verb [T] (MAKE)

to create something, using the hands or the imagination: She fashioned an elaborate sculpture out of newspapers and glue.
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