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Translation of "trend" - English-Spanish dictionary

trend

noun   /trend/
B1 a general development or change in a situation moda, tendencia I’m not familiar with the latest trends in teaching.
(Definition of trend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

trend

noun /trend/
a general direction or tendency tendencia She follows all the latest trends in fashion an upward trend in share prices.
trendy adjective ( comparative trendier, superlative trendiest)
following the latest fashions a la moda/última, moderno trendy people/clothes Her mother tries to be trendy.
(Definition of trend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “trend”
in Korean 추세, 경향…
in Arabic اِتِّجاه, نَزْعة…
in Malaysian arah aliran…
in French tendance…
in Russian тенденция…
in Chinese (Traditional) 趨勢,趨向, 傾向,動向, 時尚…
in Italian tendenza…
in Turkish eğilim, yön, gidiş…
in Polish tendencja, trend, kierunek…
in Vietnamese khuynh hướng…
in Portuguese tendência…
in Thai แนวทาง…
in German der Trend…
in Catalan moda, tendència…
in Japanese 動向, なりゆき…
in Chinese (Simplified) 趋势,趋向, 倾向,动向, 时尚…
in Indonesian kecenderungan…
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