- 1 1.1 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (vogue) moda (feminine) the latest fashion in hats la última moda en sombreros to be in fashion estar* de moda to be out of fashion estar* fuera de moda, estar* pasado de moda to come into/go out of fashion ponerse*/pasar de moda he was spending money like it was going out of fashion gastaba dinero como si fuera agua to set a fashion imponer* una moda divorce seems to be all the fashion at the moment parece que el divorcio está ahora muy de moda a leader of fashion un árbitro de la moda 1.2 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable [Clothing/Indumentaria] moda (feminine) high fashion alta costura (feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) fashion accessories accesorios (masculine plural) fashion buyer comprador, (masculine, feminine) de modas fashion designer diseñador, (masculine, feminine) de modas fashion editor director, (masculine, feminine) de revista de modas fashion house casa (feminine) de modas fashion magazine revista (feminine) de modas fashion page sección (feminine) de modas (de un periódico) fashion victim esclavo, (masculine, feminine) de la modaMore example sentences
- My daughter is a published poet and artist and is studying fashion technology.
- Nevertheless, covering a war for a women's fashion magazine is surely as surreal as it gets, he acknowledges.
- We hope that this has been a lesson in smart reading of fashion magazines.
- 2 uncountable/no numerable (custom) costumbre (feminine) as was my fashion como era mi costumbreMore example sentences
- And many of those designs are seeing a return to popularity, along with some of the clothing fashions of the day.
- New styles and fashions are created and popularised by it.
- I keep up with the latest trends and fashions, and while my style might not match that of my fellow students, I feel as though adults take me more seriously.
- 3 uncountable/no numerable (manner) manera (f), modo (m) he replied in typically witty fashion respondió con el ingenio que lo caracterizaba in her own inimitable fashion como solo ella puede hacerlo in the French fashion a la francesa in this fashion de esta manera after the fashion of Cézanne al estilo de Cézanne after a fashion can you swim? — well, after a fashion ¿sabes nadar? — bueno, a mi manera or si se le puede llamar nadar …More example sentences
- The chairman would like to thank all who attended and behaved in a mannerly fashion.
- I think that danger may lurk in the background, but it is likely to arise in an indirect fashion, rather than directly.
- Largely out of my experience with the Science Council I wanted it to be done in a systematic fashion.
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- [object] crear; [character] formarMore example sentences
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- It is said that you can recognise the deft hands that fashioned a doll by looking for telltale signs and shapes on it.
- He took what they handed him and made it into an idol cast in the shape of a calf, fashioning it with a tool.
- Back in the days when England was embroiled in the Hundred Years' War against France, a family of notables was fashioning its own chapel in the valley of the River Kent.
- I am fashioning this material into a visually poetic tribute to his genius.
- To show this, they fashioned the material into threads and used them to stitch four incisions on two rats.
- Even old railway sleepers have been fashioned into new building material.