Trendy

English vocabulary and translations (See all)

Want to improve your English? Try our online English lessons for free.

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

  • "First we went to dinner at this trendy new Japanese joint called SakeBomb, on Dolores Street."
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "We can attribute this trend to the Japanese market."
  • "Next we'll take a look at the new trendy automobile in California: the Hummer Limousine."
  • "It's just that I've noticed a surprising trend: TigerLily isn't being bought by Rebecca."
  • "So whether you're wrestling market trends or man-eating alligators, Outback Cologne is sure to give you an edge on the competition."

Still having difficulties with 'Trendy'? Want to improve your English? Try our online English lessons and receive a free level assessment.


Do you have smart way of remembering 'Trendy'? Share it with us!