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American English: /voʊɡ/
British English: /vəʊɡ/

Translation of vogue in Spanish:


countable or uncountable
  • (fashion) to be in vogue
    estar de moda or en boga
    the vogue was for gypsy style
    estaba de moda or en boga el estilo gitano
    to come into/go out of vogue
    ponerse/pasar de moda
    (before noun) (word/color)
    de moda
    en boga
    Example sentences
    • His brilliant, fluid landscape sketches in oils and watercolour were inspirational and he helped create a vogue for ‘troubadour’ subjects.
    • This created a vogue for such biographies in which the fictional element became progressively greater until the world saw the emergence of a new genre - the novel.
    • It initiated a vogue for revenge theatre that lasted for decades, and it shares many elements with the greatest of all revenge tragedies, Hamlet.

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