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stylistnoun [C]

uk   /ˈstaɪ.lɪst/ us   /ˈstaɪ.lɪst/
a person whose job is to shape or design something: the latest exciting new car designed by our team of stylists a hair stylist
a person whose job is to help people, especially famous people, decide on a style of clothes, hair, etc.: She needs to fire her stylist - that outfit is awful!
literature a writer who has a good writing style and chooses the words they use very carefully: She's no stylist, but she writes very exciting stories.
(Definition of stylist from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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stylistnoun [C]

us   /ˈstɑɪ·lɪst/
a person whose job is to arrange, shape, or design something, such as a person's hair: She gave up a career as a fashion stylist to rear two daughters.
(Definition of stylist from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stylist”
in Chinese (Simplified) 设计师, 造型师, 注重语言风格的作家…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設計師, 造型師, 注重語言風格的作家…
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