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Translation of "style" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /stail/
a manner or way of doing something, eg writing, speaking, painting, building etc estilo different styles of architecture What kind of style are you going to have your hair cut in? a new hairstyle.
a fashion in clothes etc moda the latest Paris styles I don’t like the new style of shoe.
elegance in dress, behaviour/behavior etc estilo, clase, elegancia She certainly has style.
(biology) a long narrow part of a flower that carries the stigma Estilo The style leads down to the ovary that contains the ovules.
stylish adjective
elegant or fashionable con estilo, elegante; a la moda stylish clothes/furniture.
stylishly adverb
con estilo, elegantemente; a la moda She was stylishly dressed.
stylishness noun
estilo, elegancia
stylist noun
a person who arranges or designs a style especially in hairdressing estilista, peluquero a hair-stylist.
in style
in a luxurious, elegant way without worrying about the expense con todo lujo, con pompa The bride arrived at the church in style, in a horse-drawn carriage.
(Definition of style from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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