Fashion - English-Spanish Dictionary - m

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Principal Translations fashion (trend) (tendencia) moda   Pointy shoes are the fashion this year.   La moda de este año son los zapatos puntiagudos. fashion (world of clothing) mundo de la moda   I have always wanted to work in fashion.   Siempre he querido trabajar en el mundo de la moda. fashion (manner) manera   He completed the work in a sloppy fashion.   Terminó el trabajo de una manera descuidada. fashion [sth] (shape, make) fabricar⇒   In some parts of the world, they fashion car parts from scrap metal.   En algunas partes del mundo, fabrican refacciones para automóviles usando chatarra como materia prima.   Additional Translations fashion (high society) élite    (coloquial) crema y nata figurado   She thinks she is better than us, and likes to associate with the fashion.   Se cree mejor que nosotros, y le gusta relacionarse con la élite.   En el baile de caridad se encontraba la crema y nata de la sociedad.

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Compound Forms: after a fashion (in a way) en cierto modo   En cierto modo ese accidente fue una bendición, porque si no hubiera ocurrido no te habría conocido. couture fashion French (designer clothing) alta costura   Who can afford couture fashions these days?   ¿A quién le alcanza para vestir alta costura hoy en día? fashion accessory (small item of clothing or jewellery) accesorios   Los accesorios hacían juego con su espléndida vestimenta. fashion boutique (shop selling trendy clothing) boutique Note: Galicismo. Pronúnciese: /butic/. fashion brand (designer label) marca   ¿Cuál es la marca de esa camisa? / Éste es un vestido de marca. fashion designer (creator of clothing designs) diseñador de modas, diseñadora de modas   She worked as a fashion designer at a clothing company.   Trabajaba como diseñadora de modas en una compañía. fashion house (company: designer clothes) casa de modas nf + loc adj     casa de ropa nf + loc adj   Frank worked as a designer for a fashion house.   Frank trabajaba como diseñador en una casa de modas. fashion jewelry,
UK: fashion jewellery
US (cheap costume jewellery) (AR) bijouterie Note: Galicismo. Pronúnciese /bi:ɜu:te'ri:/.   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. Por supuesto los aros y el collar no son esmeraldas, pero es bijouterie de primera calidad.     bisutería   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. Este brazalete no es de oro, es una simple bisutería. fashion magazine (periodical about trendy clothing) revista de moda   Las revistas de moda suelen mostrar las colecciones antes del comienzo de la temporada. fashion model ([sb] employed to show off designer clothes) modelo   No es raro que le preguntes a una adolescente qué quiere ser, y te responda "modelo". fashion sense (instinct for what is stylish) buen gusto para vestirse   She has an innate fashion sense that allows her to spot the latest trends.   Tiene un buen gusto para vestirse innato que le permite reconocer las últimas tendencias.     sentido de la moda   Tiene un sentido de la moda innato que le permite reconocer las últimas tendencias. fashion show (event where models display clothes) desfile de moda nm + loc adj fashion sketch (clothes designer's drawing) figurín fashion-conscious (enjoys trendy clothing) consciente de la moda fashion-forward (most up to date) de última moda     de moda go out of fashion (be dated) pasar de moda, pasarse de moda   Aunque se han pasado de moda, mis amigas aún llevan pantalones de campana. height of fashion ([sth] popular) (PR) lo último en la avenida   There was a time when mullets were the height of fashion.   En una época los cortes de pelo estilo mullet eran lo último en la avenida.     la última moda   En una época los cortes de pelo estilo mullet eran la última moda.     último grito de la moda   En una época los cortes de pelo estilo mullet eran el último grito de la moda.    (ES, coloquial) el no va más   En una época los cortes de pelo estilo mullet eran el no va más. high fashion (designer clothing) alta costura   The designer is one of the biggest names in high fashion.   El diseñador es uno de los más famosos en la alta costura. in a fashion (so to speak, sort of) en cierto modo     por así decirlo   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. Su actitud me pareció en cierto modo insultante. in fashion (fashionable) de moda   Trench coats are in fashion this season.   Lo clásico siempre está de moda. in linear fashion (in a line) en fila   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. Fue acomodando las piedritas en fila, formando una línea que separaba los dos sectores. in linear fashion (chronologically, sequentially) en forma lineal   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. La historia no se desarrolla en forma lineal, se van intercalando secuencias de los hechos ocurridos diez años antes. latest fashion ([sth] currently popular) último grito   Vitamin-enhanced water is the latest fashion in bottled beverages.   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. El esmalte de uñas negro es el último grito.     lo último   This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. Siempre lleva lo último en cuanto a vestuario. out of fashion (no longer popular) pasado de moda   Bell bottom pants are out of fashion, skinny jeans are back in.   Los pantalones acampanados están pasados de moda, ahora se usan los pantalones entubados. out of fashion (outmoded) anticuado/a   Fat ties and wide lapels are so out of fashion!   ¡Las corbatas grandes y las solapas anchas son tan anticuadas! vintage fashion ([sth] in an antique or retro style) moda retro nf + adj mf     moda vintage nf + adj mf

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Synonyms: manner, vogue, fad, craze, rage, more...

Collocations: fashion a [tool, repair, handle, necklace], [modern, contemporary, Victorian, medieval, high] fashion, fashion [accessories, photography, design], more...

A bit of gal fashion thing going on - grammar
A circuitous fashion
a dose-escalating fashion - medical
a lady of fashion
a lady of high fashion
a woman of high fashion
A-line skirt (fashion)
abandon (Fashion)
adding yet another string to its fashion bow
after a fashion
after his own fashion
after the fashion of all eminent men
along in bravura fashion
An aggregated Fashion
An in true LA fashion, Access Hollywood is along for the rid
and fired in the usual fashion
apply double-stick fashion tape
Arbitrary Fashion...
are in touch with fashion trends
assembled in the fashion of a well crib
ban rule by fashion
Be in fashion
before they they can be seen in the best fashion runways - grammar
behave in an orderly fashion
besides the fashion
biggest fashion victim
Branded Fashion
but it's not good fashion to...
but the one-leg squat done in this fashion is more accurately
Cascading Fashion
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