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mode US English

A way or manner in which something occurs or is experienced, expressed, or done

i-mode US English

A proprietary technology that allows data to be transferred to and from Internet sites via cellular phones

à la mode US English

In fashion; up to date

Dorian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale D-D (containing a minor 3rd and minor 7th)

Ionian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale C-C (the major scale)

sleep mode US English

A power-saving mode of operation in which devices or parts of devices are switched off until needed

Lydian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale F-F (containing an augmented 4th)

Aeolian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale A-A (containing a minor 3rd, 6th, and 7th)

Locrian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale B-B (containing a minor 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th, and a diminished 5th)

Phrygian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale E-E (containing a minor 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th)

Mixolydian mode US English

The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale G-G (containing a minor 7th)

draft mode in draft US English

A mode of operation of a printer in which text is produced rapidly but with relatively low definition

multimodal US English

Characterized by several different modes of activity or occurrence

mode US Thesaurus

an informal mode of policing

mode English-Spanish

medio m

à la mode English-Spanish

de moda, al último grito

sleep mode English-Spanish

modo m de reposo

bright reds are all the mode in mode English-Spanish

los rojos brillantes están muy de moda

the most common mode of transport in mode English-Spanish

el medio de transporte más usado

the novel was his preferred mode of expression in mode English-Spanish

la novela era su medio de expresión preferido


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