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vogue

noun [S or U] uk   /vəʊɡ/ us    /voʊɡ/
a fashion or general liking, especially one that is temporary: In the 1920s, short hair for women became the vogue. The postwar vogue for tearing down buildings virtually destroyed the city's architecture. The short hemline is very much in vogue (= fashionable) this spring. "Community" is one of the vogue words of the new government.
Translations of “vogue”
in Spanish moda…
in French mode…
in German die Mode…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流行, 時尚, 時髦…
in Russian мода…
in Turkish moda, rağbet, revaç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流行, 时尚, 时髦…
in Polish moda…
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