Definition of trendy in English:

trendy

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Pronunciation: /ˈtrɛndi
 
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informal

adjective (trendier, trendiest)

noun (plural trendies)

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  • A person who is very fashionable or up to date: Taiwan’s well-heeled young trendies
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    • Selling my label to fashion-conscious trendies and dressing artists, musicians and celebs.
    • Just like French films - in which the Eiffel Tower is visible outside every window - Japanese young trendies all live in slick digs looking out over Tokyo Tower.
    • Good idea until all the young trendies insisted it was cool.

Derivatives

trendily

adverb
[as submodifier]: they are trendily cosmopolitan
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  • Consequently, modern systems come in sleek shapes and attractive colours, complete with an ergonomically designed keyboard and trendily designed mouse.
  • This time last year I couldn't carry a yoga mat into Whole Foods without some natural foodie making a trendily karmic comment.
  • Throughout the evening, trendily attired party hosts and hostesses kept urging partygoers to get onto the dance floor.

trendiness

noun
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  • Despite the current trendiness and bloated pricing, the old world craftsmanship does demand respect.
  • But the desire to push themselves free from the charges of trendiness or being fashionistas doesn't quite convince.
  • Its storyline is chaotic, its flashback format too insular, and the resolution is buried in glamour shots, jiggling body parts, and faux fashion trendiness.

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