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Meaning of “-style” - Learner’s Dictionary

-style

suffix     /staɪl/
used at the end of words to mean 'looking or behaving like something or someone': antique-style furniture Japanese-style management →  See also old-style Ways of achieving things
Translations of “-style”
in Chinese (Traditional) …風格的,…式的…
in Russian в каком-либо стиле…
in Turkish ...tarzında/biçiminde/benzeri anlamında sonek…
in Chinese (Simplified) …风格的,…式的…
in Polish w stylu…
(Definition of -style suffix from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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