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Meaning of “avant-garde” - Learner’s Dictionary

avant-garde

adjective     /ˌævɒŋˈɡɑːd/
If art, music, etc, is avant-garde, it is new and unusual in style.Modern and fashionableFashionModern and fashionableNewModern and fashionable
Translations of “avant-garde”
in Vietnamese đi tiên phong…
in Spanish vanguardista, de vanguardia, Vanguardista…
in Thai ล้ำยุค…
in Malaysian avant-garde…
in Chinese (Traditional) 前衛的, 先鋒派的…
in Indonesian perintis…
in Russian авангардистский…
in Turkish yeni ve alışık olunmayan tarz, avangard, öncü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 前卫的, 先锋派的…
in Polish awangardowy…
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