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mode

noun   /məʊd/
A formal a way of operating, living, or behaving medio, modo Each department in the company has its own mode of operation. Railways are an important mode of transport for the economy. Switch your phone to silent mode.1849
(Definition of mode from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mode

noun /məud/
a manner of doing something modo an unusual mode of expression.
a kind or type medio modes of transport.
a fashion moda Large hats are the latest mode.
modish adjective
fashionable and smart a la moda modish clothing.
modishly adverb
a la moda
(Definition of mode from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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