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Translation of "fashion" - English-Spanish dictionary

fashion

noun   /ˈfæʃ·ən/
A2 the most popular style of clothes or behaviour at a particular time moda Long hair is in fashion now. Fur coats have gone out of fashion.
B1 [no plural] the business of making and selling clothes moda fashion magazines
(Definition of fashion from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fashion

noun /ˈfӕʃən/
the style and design of clothes moda women’s fashions Are you interested in fashion? (also adjective) a fashion magazine.
the way of behaving, dressing etc which is popular at a certain time moda Fashions in music and art are always changing.
a way of doing something modo She spoke in a very strange fashion.
fashionable adjective
following, or in keeping with, the newest style of dress, way of living etc de moda a fashionable woman a fashionable part of town.
fashionably adverb
a la moda a fashionably dressed young woman.
after a fashion
in a way, but not very well en cierto modo She can speak French after a fashion.
all the fashion
very fashionable muy de moda Long skirts were all the fashion last year.
in fashion
fashionable de moda Tweed jackets are in fashion.
out of fashion
not fashionable pasado de moda Long skirts are out of fashion at present.
(Definition of fashion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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