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trendy

adjective uk   /ˈtren.di/ informal us  
C1 modern and influenced by the most recent fashions or ideas: trendy clothes a trendy nightclub He writes for some trendy magazine for the under-30s.

trendy

noun [C] uk   /ˈtren.di/ informal mainly disapproving us  
a person who is very influenced by the most recent ideas and fashions: This is where all the North London trendies go for a night out.
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