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Translation of "style" - English-Turkish dictionary

style

noun
 
 
/staɪl/
WAY [C, U] B1 a way of doing something that is typical of a particular person, group, place, or period
tip, stil, tarz, biçim, teknik
a style of painting/writingWays of achieving things
DESIGN [C, U] B1 a way of designing hair, clothes, furniture, etc
tasarım, tarz, biçim, zevk, tavır, usul
She's had her hair cut in a really nice style.The style, appearance, and make-up of clothes
QUALITY [U] the quality of being attractive and fashionable or behaving in a way which makes people admire you
şıklık ve kibarlık, zerafet ve incelik
She's got style.FashionModern and fashionableModern and fashionableModern and fashionableFashionModern and fashionableBeauty and attractiveness
do sth in style to do something in a way that people admire, usually because it involves spending a lot of money
bir şeyi çok para harcayarak çok güzel bir tasarımla yapmak
If we ever get married we'll do it in style.Ways of achieving things
(Definition of style noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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