Fashion

  • 61fashion — See: after a fashion, high fashion or high style …

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  • 62fashion — see better be out of the world than out of the fashion when the gorse is out of bloom, kissing’s out of fashion …

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  • 63fashion — [13] The underlying notion of fashion is of ‘making’, ‘forming’, or ‘shaping’. The main modern sense of the word developed via ‘particular shape or style’, ‘way, manner’, and ‘prevailing or current manner’. English acquired it via Anglo Norman… …

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  • 64fashion — See fashion, manner, mode …

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  • 65fashion — Synonyms and related words: MO, Platonic form, Platonic idea, aesthetic form, affectation, algorithm, anatomy, angle, apparel, approach, archetype, architectonics, architecture, arrangement, array, art form, aspect, assemble, attack, attire,… …

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  • 66Fashion — Fa|shion [ fɛʃn̩, engl. fæʃən] die; <aus gleichbed. engl. fashion, dies aus (alt)fr. façon, vgl. 1↑Fasson>: a) Mode; b) Vornehmheit; gepflegter Lebensstil …

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  • 67fashion — I. n. 1. Form, figure, shape, make, cut, cast, stamp, mould, pattern, model, appearance, conformation, configuration. 2. Way, manner, method, sort. 3. Custom (particularly as respects dress), mode, style, usage, conventionality, conventionalism,… …

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  • 68-fashion — suffix (in adverbs) like something, or in the way that a particular group of people does something: They ate Indian fashion, using their fingers …

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  • 69-fashion — UK [fæʃ(ə)n] / US [ˈfæʃ(ə)n] suffix used with some nouns to make adverbs meaning in the way that a particular person or thing might do something He climbs up walls spider fashion …

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  • 70fashion —   Paikini, ano, kaila.    ♦ Chiefly fashion, kūkaulani …

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  • 71Fashion — Levemåde; snit; skik …

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  • 72fashion — fa·shion s.f.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} moda, eleganza {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1808. ETIMO: dal fr. façon modo …

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  • 73Fashion — Fa|shion 〈 [fæ̣ʃən] f.; Gen.: ; Pl.: unz.〉 1. Mode 2. guter Ton, Lebensart [Etym.: engl., »Mode«] …

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  • 74fashion — fash·ion || fæʃn n. style, mode; custom; manner, way something is done; type, sort v. shape, form; adjust, adapt, fit; create, make …

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  • 75fashion — n 1. style, Brit. twig, mode, vogue, look; trend, rage, fad, craze, latest thing; practice, custom, convention, general tendency; etiquette, decorum, protocol; proprieties, amenities, urbanities, civilities, courtesies, graces; good manners, good …

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  • 76fashion — fash·ion …

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  • 77Fashion — Fa|shion [ fɛʃn̩ ], die; <englisch> (Mode; feine Lebensart) …

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  • 78fashion —  adj. Qui est à la mode …

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  • 79Fashion blog — Fashion blogs are blogs that cover fashions in clothing and fashion accessories.DefinitionA fashion blog is solely or primarily dedicated to coverage of fashions in clothing and accessories. This includes blogs about:* runway trends * fashion… …

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  • 80Fashion design — Fashion house redirects here. For other uses, see Fashion house (disambiguation). Finale of fashion show, 2009 Fashion design is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is… …

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