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styl·ish

 (stī′lĭsh)
adj.
Conforming to the current fashion; modish. See Synonyms at fashionable.

styl′ish·ly adv.
styl′ish·ness n.

stylish

(ˈstaɪlɪʃ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) having style; smart; fashionable
ˈstylishly adv
ˈstylishness n

styl•ish

(ˈstaɪ lɪʃ)

adj.
conforming to the current style or fashion; smart or chic.
[1775–85]
styl′ish•ly, adv.
styl′ish•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stylish - having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dressstylish - having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress; "a little less posh but every bit as stylish as Lord Peter Wimsey"; "the stylish resort of Gstadd"
styleless, unstylish - lacking in style or elegance; "a styleless way of dressing"; "expensive but styleless country tweeds"; "wearing unstylish clothes"
2.stylish - being or in accordance with current social fashions; "fashionable clothing"; "the fashionable side of town"; "a fashionable cafe"

stylish

adjective smart, chic, polished, fashionable, trendy (Brit. informal), classy (slang), in fashion, snappy, in vogue, dapper, natty (informal), snazzy (informal), modish, well turned-out, dressy (informal), à la mode, voguish a very attractive and stylish woman of 27
shabby, scruffy, unfashionable, old-fashioned, out-of-date, tacky, naff (Brit. slang), tawdry, outmoded, passé, slovenly, unhip (slang), unstylish, untrendy (Brit. informal), badly-tailored

stylish

adjective
Being or in accordance with the current fashion:
Informal: classy, in, sharp, snappy, swish, tony, trendy.
Slang: with-it.
Translations
أنيق، على الطِّراز
elegantnímódní
elegantstilfuld
maitsekas
tyylikäs
tískulegur
stijlvol

stylish

[ˈstaɪlɪʃ] ADJ [performance] → elegante; [clothes, car, décor, area] (= elegant) → elegante; (= modern) → moderno
she's a stylish dresser (= elegant) → viste con elegancia or con estilo; (= fashionable) → siempre va vestida muy a la moda

stylish

[ˈstaɪlɪʃ] adj [person, appearance, design] → élégant(e); [restaurant] → sophistiqué(e)

stylish

adj
(= elegant)stylish; car, hotel also, districtvornehm; furnishings, film, performer, designstilvoll; performancekunstvoll; weddinggroßen Stils; way of lifegroßartig, im großen Stil
(= fashionable) clothesmodisch

stylish

[ˈstaɪlɪʃ] adj (person) → di classe; (car, district, furniture) → elegante; (film) → raffinato/a

style

(stail) noun
1. a manner or way of doing something, eg writing, speaking, painting, building etc. different styles of architecture; What kind of style are you going to have your hair cut in?; a new hairstyle.
2. a fashion in clothes etc. the latest Paris styles; I don't like the new style of shoe.
3. elegance in dress, behaviour etc. She certainly has style.
verb
1. to arrange (hair) in a certain way. I'm going to have my hair cut and styled.
2. to design in a certain style. These chairs/clothes are styled for comfort.
ˈstylish adjective
elegant or fashionable. stylish clothes/furniture.
ˈstylishly adverb
ˈstylishness noun
ˈstylist noun
a person who arranges or designs a style especially in hairdressing. a hair-stylist.
in style
in a luxurious, elegant way without worrying about the expense. The bride arrived at the church in style, in a horse-drawn carriage.
References in classic literature ?
She wanted an excellent and stylish fit, she told the young fellow who served her, and she did not mind the difference of a dollar or two more in the price so long as she got what she desired.
I had been driven with a check-rein by the dealer, and I hated it worse than anything else; but in this place we were reined far tighter, the coachman and his master thinking we looked more stylish so.
He was too young to be the father of any of the girls, and too old to be a brother, but he was handsome as a picture and had on an awful stylish suit of clothes.
The hue of her dress was black too; but its fashion was so different from her sister's--so much more flowing and becoming--it looked as stylish as the other's looked puritanical.
A rather slight dark- haired young man was entering the bar, with a very stylish pretty woman at his side.
Jekyll was no exception; and as he now sat on the opposite side of the fire--a large, well-made, smooth-faced man of fifty, with something of a stylish cast perhaps, but every mark of capacity and kindness--you could see by his looks that he cherished for Mr.
No, take a more stylish horse, Phoebus or Superbe; we are going with some ceremony.
That hat is of a stylish shape and systematically brushed and burnished, though not very new.
It was rather old-fashioned last summer, but the shape has come round again now and I look quite stylish.
It seemed a stylish thing to go to the theater in kid gloves, and we acted upon the hint.
The old count had money enough that year, as all his estates had been remortgaged, and so Nicholas, acquiring a trotter of his own, very stylish riding breeches of the latest cut, such as no one else yet had in Moscow, and boots of the latest fashion, with extremely pointed toes and small silver spurs, passed his time very gaily.
Fred went through much more narrative and explanation with his mother, but she was inconsolable, having before her eyes what perhaps her husband had never thought of, the certainty that Fred would marry Mary Garth, that her life would henceforth be spoiled by a perpetual infusion of Garths and their ways, and that her darling boy, with his beautiful face and stylish air "beyond anybody else's son in Middlemarch," would be sure to get like that family in plainness of appearance and carelessness about his clothes.