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fashion

noun (POPULAR STYLE) 时兴式样     /ˈfæʃ.ən/
[C or U] a style that is popular at a particular time, especially in clothes, hair, make-up, (尤指服装、发式、妆容的)流行款式,时兴式样 Long hair is back in fashion for men. 男士又时兴留长发了。 Fur coats have gone out of fashion. 皮草大衣已经过时了。 a programme with features on pop music, sport and fashion 以流行音乐、运动和时尚为主题的节目 She always wears the latest fashions. 她总是穿着最新款式的服装。 There was a fashion for keeping reptiles as pets. 有一阵儿曾流行过养爬虫当宠物。 FashionModern and fashionableModern and fashionable
follow (a) fashion
to do what is popular at the time 赶时髦,追随潮流 Custom, tradition and conformity
like it's going out of fashion informal
If you use something like it's going out of fashion, you use large amounts of it very quickly 大量快速地(使用) Emma spends money like it's going out of fashion. 埃玛花钱如流水。 Large in number or quantityHurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and active
(Definition of fashion noun (POPULAR STYLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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