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1. The prevailing fashion, practice, or style: Hoop skirts were once the vogue.
2. Popular acceptance or favor; popularity: a party game no longer in vogue.
intr.v. vogued, vogue·ing or vogu·ing, vogues
To dance by striking a series of rigid, stylized poses, evocative of fashion models during photograph shoots.
[French renown, popularity, from voguer, to row, go forward on the water, be current, from Old French, to row, from Old Italian vogare, perhap of Greek origin and originally referring to the rocking motion of a boat; perhaps akin to Greek baukalān, to lull to sleep. V., after the fashion magazine Vogue.]
1. (Clothing & Fashion) the popular style at a specified time (esp in the phrase in vogue)
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a period of general or popular usage or favour: the vogue for such dances is now over.
(Clothing & Fashion) (usually prenominal) popular or fashionable: a vogue word.
[C16: from French: a rowing, fashion, from Old Italian voga, from vogare to row, of unknown origin]
1. the prevailing fashion at a particular time; mode.
2. popular currency, acceptance, or favor; popularity: The book is having a great vogue.adj.
3. currently fashionable or popular: vogue words.
[1565–75; < Middle French: wave or course of success < Italian voga rowing, stroke, derivative of vogare to row, of uncertain orig.]
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|Noun||1.||vogue - 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"
|2.||vogue - a current state of general acceptance and use|
acceptance - the state of being acceptable and accepted; "torn jeans received no acceptance at the country club"
1. fashionable, trendy (Brit. informal), in, now (informal), popular, with it (informal), prevalent, up-to-the-minute, modish, the new, du jour (French), voguish, culty The word `talisman' has become a vogue word in sports writing.
n → Mode f; the vogue for jeans → die Jeansmode; to be the vogue or in vogue → (in) Mode or en vogue sein; to come into vogue (clothes) → in Mode kommen, modern werden; (writers) → populär werden, in Mode kommen; to go out of vogue (clothes) → aus der Mode kommen, unmodern werden; (writers) → aus der Mode kommen; to enjoy a great vogue with → sehr beliebt sein unter (+dat), → große Mode sein unter (+dat)
a fashion. Short hair is the vogue. mode موضَه، طِراز мода moda móda die Mode mode μόδαmoda mood مد muoti mode אוֹפנָה प्रचलन में होना moda divat mode tíska moda 流行 인기 있는 것 mada mode ikut-ikutan modemotemoda دود، موډ، رسم، رواج: نامتووالى، شهرت: مننه، ګرانښت moda vogă, modă мода móda moda moda mode สมัยนิยม moda 時尚 мода فيشن، وضع thời trang 时尚in vogue
fashionable. The French style of dress is in vogue just now. modieus في الموضَه، على الطِّراز الحَديث на мода na moda v módě in Mode på mode στη μόδα de moda moes رایج muodikas à la mode בַּאוֹפנָה प्रचलन, रिवाज, चलन, लोकप्रियता u modi divatos sedang mode í tísku alla moda 流行の 인기 있는 madingas modē; moderns menjadi ikut-ikutan in de modemoderne, på mote w modzie, modny رواج na moda în vogă, la modă в моде v móde v modi u modi på modet ความเป็นที่นิยม moda 流行的 в моді فيشن ميں، رائج hợp thời trang 时行的