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trend

 (trĕnd)
n.
1. A general tendency or course of events: a warming trend. See Synonyms at tendency.
2. Current style; vogue: the latest trend in fashion.
3. The general direction of something: the river's southern trend.
intr.v. trend·ed, trend·ing, trends
1. To show a general tendency; tend: The magazine's circulation is trending downward.
2. To extend, incline, or veer in a specified direction: The prevailing wind trends northeast.

[From Middle English trenden, to revolve, from Old English trendan.]

trend

(trɛnd)
n
1. general tendency or direction
2. fashion; mode
vb (intr)
3. to take a certain trend
4. (Communications & Information) to become widely discussed on a social media site
[Old English trendan to turn; related to Middle Low German trenden]

trend

(trɛnd)

n.
1. the general course or prevailing tendency; drift: the trend of events.
2. style; vogue: the new trend in women's apparel.
3. the general direction followed by a road, river, coastline, or the like.
v.i.
4. to have a general tendency, as events or conditions; incline.
5. to tend to take a particular direction.
6. to veer or turn off in a specified direction, as a river.
[before 1000; Middle English: to turn, roll, Old English trendan; akin to Old English trinde ball. compare trundle]

trend

The straying of the fall of shot, such as might be caused by incorrect speed settings of the fire support ship.

trend


Past participle: trended
Gerund: trending

Imperative
trend
trend
Present
I trend
you trend
he/she/it trends
we trend
you trend
they trend
Preterite
I trended
you trended
he/she/it trended
we trended
you trended
they trended
Present Continuous
I am trending
you are trending
he/she/it is trending
we are trending
you are trending
they are trending
Present Perfect
I have trended
you have trended
he/she/it has trended
we have trended
you have trended
they have trended
Past Continuous
I was trending
you were trending
he/she/it was trending
we were trending
you were trending
they were trending
Past Perfect
I had trended
you had trended
he/she/it had trended
we had trended
you had trended
they had trended
Future
I will trend
you will trend
he/she/it will trend
we will trend
you will trend
they will trend
Future Perfect
I will have trended
you will have trended
he/she/it will have trended
we will have trended
you will have trended
they will have trended
Future Continuous
I will be trending
you will be trending
he/she/it will be trending
we will be trending
you will be trending
they will be trending
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trending
you have been trending
he/she/it has been trending
we have been trending
you have been trending
they have been trending
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trending
you will have been trending
he/she/it will have been trending
we will have been trending
you will have been trending
they will have been trending
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trending
you had been trending
he/she/it had been trending
we had been trending
you had been trending
they had been trending
Conditional
I would trend
you would trend
he/she/it would trend
we would trend
you would trend
they would trend
Past Conditional
I would have trended
you would have trended
he/she/it would have trended
we would have trended
you would have trended
they would have trended
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trend - a general direction in which something tends to movetrend - a general direction in which something tends to move; "the shoreward tendency of the current"; "the trend of the stock market"
direction, way - a line leading to a place or point; "he looked the other direction"; "didn't know the way home"
2.trend - general line of orientationtrend - general line of orientation; "the river takes a southern course"; "the northeastern trend of the coast"
direction, way - a line leading to a place or point; "he looked the other direction"; "didn't know the way home"
3.trend - a general tendency to change (as of opinion); "not openly liberal but that is the trend of the book"; "a broad movement of the electorate to the right"
inclination, tendency, disposition - an attitude of mind especially one that favors one alternative over others; "he had an inclination to give up too easily"; "a tendency to be too strict"
evolutionary trend - a general direction of evolutionary change
gravitation - a figurative movement toward some attraction; "the gravitation of the middle class to the suburbs"
4.trend - the popular taste at a given timetrend - the popular taste at a given time; "leather is the latest vogue"; "he followed current trends"; "the 1920s had a style of their own"
appreciation, discernment, perceptiveness, taste - delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values); "arrogance and lack of taste contributed to his rapid success"; "to ask at that particular time was the ultimate in bad taste"
New Look - a style of women's clothing created by Christian Dior in 1947; involved a tight bodice and narrow waist and a flowing pleated skirt
fashion - the latest and most admired style in clothes and cosmetics and behavior
bandwagon - a popular trend that attracts growing support; "when they saw how things were going everybody jumped on the bandwagon"
Verb1.trend - turn sharplytrend - turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
turn - change orientation or direction, also in the abstract sense; "Turn towards me"; "The mugger turned and fled before I could see his face"; "She turned from herself and learned to listen to others' needs"
peel off - leave a formation
yaw - swerve off course momentarily; "the ship yawed when the huge waves hit it"

trend

noun
1. tendency, swing, drift, inclination, current, direction, flow, leaning, bias a trend towards part-time employment
2. fashion, craze, fad (informal), mode, look, thing, style, rage, vogue, mania The record may well start a trend.
verb
1. tend, turn, head, swing, flow, bend, lean, incline, veer, run Unemployment is still trending down.

trend

noun
2. The current custom:
Informal: thing.
Idioms: the in thing, the last word, the latest thing.
verb
To have a tendency or inclination:
Translations
مَيْل، نَزْعَه، إتِّجاهنَزْعَة
trendsměr
tendensmode
kääntääkulkeasuuntautuatrendi
trendtendencija
trend
stefna, tilhneiging; tíska
傾向
추세
tendencevirziens
trend
smertrend
trend
แนวโน้ม
xu hướng

trend

[trend]
A. N (= tendency) → tendencia f; (= fashion) → moda f
to set the trendmarcar la pauta
a trend towards (doing) sthuna tendencia hacia (hacer) algo
a trend away from (doing) sthuna tendencia en contra de (hacer) algo
trends in popular musictendencias fpl de la música popular
B. VItender

trend

[ˈtrɛnd] n
(= tendency) → tendance f
the downward trend in gasoline prices → la tendance à la baisse des prix de l'essence
trend towards sth → tendance à qch
(= fashion) → mode f
to set a trend → lancer une mode
to set the trend → donner le tontrend line ntendance ftrend-setter trendsetter [ˈtrɛndsɛtər] n personne qui lance une mode

trend

n
(= tendency)Tendenz f, → Richtung f, → Trend m; the trend toward(s) violenceder Trend or die Tendenz zur Gewalttätigkeit; upward trendsteigende Tendenz, Aufwärtstrend m; the downward trend in the birth ratedie Rückläufigkeit or der Abwärtstrend der Geburtenrate; the trend away from materialismdie zunehmende Abkehr vom Materialismus; to set a trendeine neue Richtung setzen, richtungweisend sein
(= fashion)Mode f, → Trend m; that is the trend/the latest trend among young peopledas ist bei jungen Leuten jetzt Mode/der letzte Schrei (inf); to follow a trendeinem Trend folgen; (fashion) → eine Mode mitmachen
(Geog) → Verlauf m
viverlaufen (towards nach); prices are trending upwardsdie Preise haben eine steigende Tendenz; his views are trending toward(s) the anarchisticseine Auffassungen neigen or tendieren zum Anarchismus

trend

:
trendsetter
nTrendsetter(in) m(f)
trendsetting
adjtrendsetzend; (in fashion also) → Mode machend

trend

[trɛnd] n (tendency) → tendenza; (of events) → andamento, corso; (of prices, coastline) → andamento; (fashion) → moda
to set a trend → lanciare una moda
to set the trend → essere all'avanguardia
trend towards sth/away from sth → tendenza a qc/ad allontanarsi da qc
there is a trend towards doing sth/away from doing sth → si tende a fare qc/a non fare qc

trend

(trend) noun
a general direction or tendency. She follows all the latest trends in fashion; an upward trend in share prices.
ˈtrendy adjective
following the latest fashions. trendy people/clothes; Her mother tries to be trendy.

trend

نَزْعَة trend tendens Trend τάση tendencia trendi tendance trend tendenza 傾向 추세 trend trend tendencja tendência тенденция trend แนวโน้ม moda akımı xu hướng 趋势

trend

n. tendencia; dirección.

trend

n tendencia
References in classic literature ?
The bar silver is in the north cache; you can find it by the trend of the east hummock, ten fathoms south of the black crag with the face on it.
This universal trend toward consolidation has introduced a variety of problems that will engage the ablest brains in the telephone world for many years to come.
What words of moment were to have fallen from his lips were never spoken, as just then a young warrior, evidently sensing the trend of thought among the older men, leaped down from the steps of the rostrum, and striking the frail captive a powerful blow across the face, which felled her to the floor, placed his foot upon her prostrate form and turning toward the assembled council broke into peals of horrid, mirthless laughter.
There are no features to this land, no conspicuous, far-famed landmarks for the eye; there is nothing so far down to tell you of the greatest agglomeration of mankind on earth dwelling no more than five and twenty miles away, where the sun sets in a blaze of colour flaming on a gold background, and the dark, low shores trend towards each other.
We have quite enough of deep philosophy at Williams College, and I confess I was disappointed in this trend of the talk.
Through the volleying drifts of English, Kim caught the general trend of the talk, and it interested him very much.
But she wasn't provoked, she only shook her head in negation (which was absurd) and pursued the trend of her spoken thoughts.
I want you to bear in mind the trend of the ground, for some time, sooner or later, we shall do well to have it in our mind's eye when we are considering the ancient traditions and superstitions, and are trying to find the RATIONALE of them.
It was not until later, when Sir Henry had gone to his room, that I was able to follow the trend of his thoughts.
I alluded merely to the trend of modern thought and the general scientific point of view, if I might so express it.
Both were silent for a moment, as if dismayed by the unforeseen trend of their words: then she said in a low voice: "If that is it--is there some one else?
The trend of the tunnel I had been traversing had been slightly upward, and from this I judged that the chamber into which I now found myself looking must be either on the first floor of the palace or directly beneath the first floor.