vogue Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “vogue” in the English Dictionary

"vogue" in British English

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voguenoun [S or U]

uk   /vəʊɡ/  us   /voʊɡ/
a ​fashion or ​generalliking, ​especially one that is ​temporary: In the 1920s, ​shorthair for women ​became the vogue. The ​postwar vogue fortearing down ​buildingsvirtuallydestroyed the city's ​architecture. The ​shorthemline is very much in vogue (= ​fashionable) this ​spring. "Community" is one of the vogue words of the new ​government.
(Definition of vogue from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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voguenoun [C/U]

 us   /voʊɡ/
the ​state of being ​popular or ​fashionable for a ​period of ​time: [U] Bowling has come back in vogue.
(Definition of vogue from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “vogue”
in Spanish moda…
in Vietnamese thời trang…
in Malaysian ikut-ikutan…
in Thai สมัยนิยม…
in French mode…
in German die Mode…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流行, 时尚, 时髦…
in Turkish moda, rağbet, revaç…
in Russian мода…
in Indonesian mode…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流行, 時尚, 時髦…
in Polish moda…
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