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fashion British & World English

A popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration, or behaviour

-fashion British & World English

In the manner of something specified

eco-fashion British & World English

Clothing and other goods produced by methods that are not harmful to the environment, e.g. using materials that have been recycled or that have been grown without the use of pesticides

in fashion in fashion British & World English

Popular (or unpopular) and considered (or not considered) to be smart at the time in question

in fashion British & World English

Popular (or unpopular) and considered (or not considered) to be smart at the time in question

fashion plate British & World English

A person who dresses very fashionably

fashion show British & World English

An event at which collections of newly designed clothing are modelled for an audience

high fashion British & World English

Expensive, fashionable clothes produced by leading fashion houses

Bristol fashion British & World English

In good order; neat and clean

fashion-forward British & World English

(Of a person or style of clothing) very fashionable

fashion victim British & World English

A person who follows popular fashions slavishly

parrot-fashion British & World English

Without thought or understanding; mechanically

after a fashion in fashion British & World English

To a certain extent but not perfectly

after a fashion British & World English

To a certain extent but not perfectly

after the fashion of British & World English

In a manner similar to

statement British & World English

An expression of an attitude or belief that is made by means of actions or appearance

fashion something into in fashion British & World English

Use materials to produce (something)

refashion British & World English

Fashion (something) again or differently

doggy style British & World English

A sexual position in which one partner is penetrated from behind by the other while supporting themselves on their hands and knees

doggy fashion in doggy style British & World English

A sexual position in which one partner is penetrated from behind by the other while supporting themselves on their hands and knees

fashion English Thesaurus

the fashion for figure-hugging clothes

-fashion English-Spanish

cowboy-fashion

fashion model English-Spanish

modelo mf, maniquí mf

parrot-fashion English Thesaurus

his wife had just repeated the phrase parrot-fashion

Bristol fashion English-Spanish

→ shipshape

parrot-fashion English-Spanish

como un loro

fashion-conscious English-Spanish

pendiente de la moda, que sigue la moda

fashion page in fashion English-Spanish

secciónde un periódico

fashion buyer in fashion English-Spanish

comprador, -dora m,f de modas

fashion designer in fashion English-Spanish

diseñador, -dora m,f de modas

fashion editor in fashion English-Spanish

director, -tora m,f de revista de modas

fashion victim in fashion English-Spanish

esclavo, -va m,f de la moda


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