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fash·ion·a·ble

 (făsh′ə-nə-bəl)
adj.
1.
a. Conforming to the current styles or trends; stylish: a fashionable wardrobe.
b. Adopting or setting current styles or trends: a fashionable artist.
2. Associated with or frequented by stylish or trend-setting people: a fashionable hotel.
n.
A stylish person.

fash′ion·a·bil·i·ty, fash′ion·a·ble·ness n.
fash′ion·a·bly adv.
Synonyms: fashionable, chic, in1, sharp, smart, stylish, swanky, trendy
These adjectives mean in accordance with the current fashion: a fashionable restaurant; a chic dress; the in place to go; a sharp jacket; a smart hotel; stylish clothes; a swanky apartment; a trendy neighborhood.

fashionable

(ˈfæʃənəbəl)
adj
1. conforming to fashion; in vogue
2. of, characteristic of, or patronized by people of fashion: a fashionable café.
3. (usually foll by with) patronized (by); popular (with)
ˌfashionaˈbility, ˈfashionableness n
ˈfashionably adv

fash•ion•a•ble

(ˈfæʃ ə nə bəl)

adj.
1. observant of or conforming to the fashion; stylish; modish.
2. of, characteristic of, used, or patronized by the world of fashion: a fashionable shop.
3. current; popular.
n.
4. a fashionable person.
[1600–10]
fash′ion•a•ble•ness, fash`ion•a•bil′i•ty, n.
fash′ion•a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fashionable - being or in accordance with current social fashions; "fashionable clothing"; "the fashionable side of town"; "a fashionable cafe"
unfashionable, unstylish - not in accord with or not following current fashion; "unfashionable clothes"; "melodrama of a now unfashionable kind"
2.fashionable - having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dressfashionable - 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"
3.fashionable - patronized by
popular - regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public; "a popular tourist attraction"; "a popular girl"; "cabbage patch dolls are no longer popular"

fashionable

adjective popular, in fashion, trendy (Brit. informal), cool (slang), in (informal), latest, the new, happening (informal), current, modern, with it (informal), usual, smart, hip (slang), prevailing, stylish, chic, up-to-date, customary, genteel, in vogue, all the rage, up-to-the-minute, modish, du jour (French), à la mode, voguish (informal), trendsetting, all the go (informal), culty It became fashionable to eat certain foods.
old-fashioned, dated, unpopular, obsolete, out of date, unfashionable, outmoded, old-hat, uncool (slang), frumpy, behind the times, unhip (slang), unstylish, untrendy (Brit. informal), out of the ark (informal)

fashionable

adjective
Being or in accordance with the current fashion:
Informal: classy, in, sharp, snappy, swish, tony, trendy.
Slang: with-it.
Translations
على الطِّراز الحَديثمُطَابِقٌ للمُوضَة
elegantnímodernímódní
moderigtigfin
muodikas
moderan
í samræmi viî nÿjustu tísku, í tísku
流行の
유행의
moden
modern
ทันสมัย
modaya uygunson moda
mốt

fashionable

[ˈfæʃnəbl] ADJ
1. [dress etc] → de moda, moderno, a la moda; [place, restaurant] → de moda
fashionable peoplegente f elegante, gente f guapa
in fashionable societyen la buena sociedad
it is fashionable to doestá de moda hacer ...
2. (= popular) [writer, subject for discussion] → de moda, popular
he is hardly a fashionable painter nowes un pintor que no está ahora muy de moda

fashionable

[ˈfæʃənəbəl] adj [clothes] → à la mode; [place, restaurant, hotel] → à la mode
Jane wears very fashionable clothes → Jane porte des vêtements très à la mode.
a fashionable restaurant → un restaurant à la mode
to become fashionable → devenir à la mode
it is fashionable to do ... → c'est la mode de faire ...

fashionable

adj clothes, look, personmodisch; restaurant, shop, areaschick; idea, artistzurzeit beliebt; fashionable colour (Brit) or color (US) → Modefarbe f; fashionable writerModeschriftsteller(in) m(f); to become fashionablein Mode kommen, modern werden; it’s fashionable to do thates ist modern or (in) Mode, das zu tun; Michelle is super fashionable (inf)Michelle hat supermoderne Klamotten (inf); the fashionable set or peopledie Schickeria

fashionable

[ˈfæʃnəbl] adjalla moda, di moda; (writer) → di grido
it is fashionable to do ... → è/va di moda fare...

fashion

(ˈfӕʃən) noun
1. the style and design of clothes. Are you interested in fashion?; (also adjective) a fashion magazine.
2. the way of behaving, dressing etc which is popular at a certain time. Fashions in music and art are always changing.
3. a way of doing something. She spoke in a very strange fashion.
ˈfashionable adjective
following, or in keeping with, the newest style of dress, way of living etc. a fashionable woman; a fashionable part of town.
ˈfashionably adverb
after a fashion
in a way, but not very well. She can speak French after a fashion.
all the fashion
very fashionable. Long skirts were all the fashion last year.
in fashion
fashionable. Tweed jackets are in fashion.
out of fashion
not fashionable. Long skirts are out of fashion at present.

fashionable

مُطَابِقٌ للمُوضَة moderní moderigtig modisch μοδάτος a la moda muodikas à la mode moderan alla moda 流行の 유행의 modieus moderne modny na moda модный modern ทันสมัย modaya uygun mốt 时髦的
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