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fashion

Synonyms of fashion in English:

noun

  • 1 the fashion for figure-hugging clothes
    vogue, trend, craze, rage, mania, mode, fad, fancy, passing fancy;
    current/latest style, latest thing, latest taste;
    general tendency, convention, custom, practice, usage
    informalthing
  • 2 she was always interested in fashion
    clothes, the clothes industry, clothes design, couture;
    glamour
    informalthe rag trade
  • 3 a Victorian lady of fashion
    fashionable society, high society, society, social elite, the beautiful people, the beau monde, the A-list
    informalthe jet set
  • 4 it needs to be run in a sensible and organized fashion
  • 5 they built a boat of some fashion
    type, kind, sort, make, design, description
  • Phrases

    after a fashion

    1
    the arrangement worked after a fashion
    to a certain extent, in a way, in a rough way, somehow or other, somehow, in an approximate manner, in a manner of speaking, in its way
    informalish

    in fashion

    2
    the Sixties look is in fashion again
    [Antonyms] out of fashion
    fashionable, in vogue, up to date, up to the minute, all the rage, bang up to date;
    smart, chic, elegant;
    Frenchde rigueur, à la mode
    informaltrendy, with it, cool, in, the in thing, hot, big, hip, happening, now, sharp, groovy, mod, swinging
    North American kicking, tony, fly
    British informal, , datedall the go

    out of fashion

    3
    such gallantry is out of fashion
    [Antonyms] in fashion
    unfashionable, out of style, no longer fashionable, old-fashioned, out of date, outdated, dated, outmoded, behind the times, last year's, superseded;
    unstylish, unpopular;
    informalold hat, out, square, out of the ark, old school

    verb

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  • the head section was fashioned from a separate sheet of lead
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