Trendy

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Definition

trendy: fashionable, stylish, in fashion
adjective
North Beach is a very trendy neighborhood in San Francisco, all the celebrities live there.

a trend: a fashion, a style, a vogue, a tendency (usually temporary)
noun
Using Blinix instead of Microtosh is a new trend, everybody is doing it at the moment.

Examples

  • "We can attribute this trend to the Japanese market."
  • "First we went to dinner at this trendy new Japanese joint called SakeBomb, on Dolores Street."
  • "Though unions will never be the same force that shaped 20th-century America, their steady decline is not the global trend."
  • "It's a worrying trend."
  • "It's just that I've noticed a surprising trend: TigerLily isn't being bought by Rebecca."
  • "The events took place late last night at a trendy bar in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood, where witnesses reported seeing an altercation between two men arguing over the television program being shown."
  • "So whether you're wrestling market trends or man-eating alligators, Outback Cologne is sure to give you an edge on the competition."
  • "But that's the trendy area of San Fransisco."
  • "Sigourney : So, I imagine that you must have an opinion on the trend of big businesses "doing their part" to help the environment."
  • "Next we'll take a look at the new trendy automobile in California: the Hummer Limousine."

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