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glam

 (glăm)
n.
1. Flamboyant glamour.
2. Glam rock.
adj.
1. Flamboyantly glamorous.
2. Relating to glam rock.

[Short for glamour.]

glam

(ɡlæm)
adj
informal short for glamorous

glam

(glæm) Informal. n.
1. glamour.
adj.
2. glamorous.
[1960–65; by shortening]
Translations

glam

[glæm]
A. VT to glam up [+ person] → acicalar; [+ building, area] → mejorar el aspecto de
B. ADJ = glamorous
C. N = glamour
D. CPD glam rock Nglam rock m

glam

[ˈglæm] (British) adj (= glamorous) → glamour invglammed up adjglamour inv

glam

adj (inf)schick
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The Great Glam Mothers will be hitting the North East clubs soon with their own inimitable act in tribute to the 70s.
We all wear glam rock costumes and our props on stage include a Chopper bike and bubble machines.
They all wear full glam rock outfits including wigs and platform boots.
In some ways it's a glam game of two halves, with the first part of the exhibition, with its bedroom poster-style Glamscape wall and Marc Camille Chaimowicz's intriguing Celebration?
While the exhibition opens with a glam fanfare, it all ends in somewhat subdued fashion in a rather audience-neglected corner, rather than a final, fitting, flaring burst of Glamtastic extravagance.
THE RISK Glam, Stockton, tonight pounds 3 before 11pm or pounds 5 after
A 'Glamscape' will greet visitors "evidencing the idea 1970s glam was Pop Art on the high street", while the show also includes work by Gilbert & George, photographer Martin Parr, and Super 8 films by Derek Jarman and Guy Bourdin.
I think glam marked a gear change in British culture," says Darren.
Bill Surtees, area manager for Harewood Operations who own Glam, said everybody was looking forward to to the gig.