Translation of moda in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- fashion la moda de los años 60 60's fashion la moda joven or juvenil young fashion ir a la moda to be fashionably dressed o/or trendy estar de moda to be in fashion estar muy de moda to be very fashionable (se) pasan de moda enseguida they go out of fashion very quickly se ha vuelto a poner de moda la minifalda miniskirts are back in fashion o/or have come back into fashion, miniskirts are in again [familiar/colloquial] un peinado de última moda a very fashionable hairstyle, an up-to-the-minute hairstyle [familiar/colloquial] revista de modas fashion magazine la moda de los patines the rollerskating craze lo que es moda no incomoda you have to suffer in the name of fashion o/or to be fashionable
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