moda


moda
f.
fashion (uso, manera).
estar de moda to be fashionable o in fashion
el escritor/restaurante de moda the most fashionable writer/restaurant at the moment
estar pasado de moda to be unfashionable o out of fashion
pasar de moda to go out of fashion
ponerse de moda to come into fashion
un bar que se ha puesto muy de moda a bar that has become very fashionable
ir a la última moda to wear the latest fashion
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moda
nombre femenino
1 fashion
me gusta ir a la moda I like to keep up with fashion
2 (locura) craze
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FRASEOLOGÍA
de moda fashionable, popular
estar de moda to be in fashion
la última moda the latest fashion
pasado,-a de moda old-fashioned
pasar de moda to go out of fashion
ser un,-a esclavo,-a de la moda to be a slave to fashion
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noun f.
1) fashion
2) style
* * *
SF fashion

la moda de primavera — spring fashion

el rap es la última moda — rap is the latest craze o fashion

en los noventa llegó la moda del acid-jazz — in the nineties acid-jazz became fashionable o trendy *

la moda esa de salir tarde por la noche — that habit of going out late at night

ha vuelto la moda de la minifalda — mini-skirts are back in (fashion) again

es solo una moda pasajera — it's just a passing fad

a la moda — fashionable

un sombrero a la moda — a fashionable hat

un vestido a la moda de París — a dress in the Paris fashion o style

tienes que ponerte o vestirte un poco más a la moda — you should try and dress a bit more fashionably

siempre va vestida a la última moda — she always dresses in the latest fashion

estar de moda — to be in fashion, be fashionable, be in *, be all the rage *, be trendy *

los vaqueros ajustados están muy de moda — tight jeans are really fashionable o in fashion, tight jeans are all the rage o really trendy o really in *

esa teoría está muy de moda ahora — that theory is very trendy * o fashionable at the moment

pasado de moda — out of fashion, old-fashioned, outdated, out *

pasarse de moda — to go out of fashion

ponerse de moda — to become fashionable, get trendy *

esta zona se está poniendo muy de moda — this area is becoming very fashionable, this area is getting very trendy *

imponer 1., 3)
* * *
femenino fashion

la moda joven or juvenil — young fashion

ir a la moda — to be trendy

estar de moda — to be in fashion, be in (colloq)

estar muy de moda — to be all the rage (colloq)

ponerse/pasar de moda — to come into/go out of fashion

estar de última moda — to be very fashionable

revista de modas — fashion magazine

la moda de los patines — the rollerskating craze

la moda no incomoda — you have to suffer in the name of fashion

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= fashion, vogue, craze, rage.
Ex. An appreciation of the fashions in terminology in a given subject field will contribute to successful searching.
Ex. As a word drops out of vogue, the concept that it represents will, with time, gradually be described by a new term.
Ex. The interest is not really in the craze itself but in the intense, socially binding effect it has on the individuals in the group.
Ex. The article 'The new age rage and schoolbook protest' explores the myths, legends and misunderstandings surrounding attempts to remove textbooks and library materials from US public schools.
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* a la moda = trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.].
* barba de tres días de moda = designer stubble.
* barba incipiente de moda = designer stubble.
* de moda = fashionable, modish, trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.], in, buzz, in fashion, in vogue, voguish.
* desfile de modas = catwalk show.
* desfile de modas = fashion show.
* de última moda = new-fangled [newfangled].
* diseñador de moda = fashion designer.
* diseño de moda = fashion design.
* estar de moda = be in.
* grabado de moda = fashion plate.
* industria de la moda, la = fashion industry, the.
* la próxima moda = the next hot thing.
* moda bibliotecaria = library chic.
* moda del momento = flavour of the month, sizzle.
* moda pasajera = fad, passing fashion, flash in the pan, passing fad.
* mundo de la moda, el = fashion world, the, world of fashion, the.
* palabra de moda = buzzword [buzz word], byword.
* pasado de moda = passé, out of vogue, out of fashion, out of style.
* pasar de moda = drop out of + vogue, go out of + fashion, go out of + favour, go out of + date, become + obsolete, go out of + vogue, fall out of + vogue, go out of + style, pass away, obsolesce, drop out of + circulation.
* pendiente de ir a la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* pendiente de seguir la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* ponerse de moda = come into + vogue, come into + fashion.
* que siempre va a la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* que sigue la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* relativo a la moda = modal.
* revista de modas = fashion magazine.
* seguidor de la última moda = faddish, faddy [faddier -comp., faddies -sup.].
* seguir la moda = catch + the fever.
* vestido a la última moda = fashion statement.
* * *
femenino fashion

la moda joven or juvenil — young fashion

ir a la moda — to be trendy

estar de moda — to be in fashion, be in (colloq)

estar muy de moda — to be all the rage (colloq)

ponerse/pasar de moda — to come into/go out of fashion

estar de última moda — to be very fashionable

revista de modas — fashion magazine

la moda de los patines — the rollerskating craze

la moda no incomoda — you have to suffer in the name of fashion

* * *
= fashion, vogue, craze, rage.

Ex: An appreciation of the fashions in terminology in a given subject field will contribute to successful searching.

Ex: As a word drops out of vogue, the concept that it represents will, with time, gradually be described by a new term.
Ex: The interest is not really in the craze itself but in the intense, socially binding effect it has on the individuals in the group.
Ex: The article 'The new age rage and schoolbook protest' explores the myths, legends and misunderstandings surrounding attempts to remove textbooks and library materials from US public schools.
* a la moda = trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.].
* barba de tres días de moda = designer stubble.
* barba incipiente de moda = designer stubble.
* de moda = fashionable, modish, trendy [trendier -comp., trendiest -sup.], in, buzz, in fashion, in vogue, voguish.
* desfile de modas = catwalk show.
* desfile de modas = fashion show.
* de última moda = new-fangled [newfangled].
* diseñador de moda = fashion designer.
* diseño de moda = fashion design.
* estar de moda = be in.
* grabado de moda = fashion plate.
* industria de la moda, la = fashion industry, the.
* la próxima moda = the next hot thing.
* moda bibliotecaria = library chic.
* moda del momento = flavour of the month, sizzle.
* moda pasajera = fad, passing fashion, flash in the pan, passing fad.
* mundo de la moda, el = fashion world, the, world of fashion, the.
* palabra de moda = buzzword [buzz word], byword.
* pasado de moda = passé, out of vogue, out of fashion, out of style.
* pasar de moda = drop out of + vogue, go out of + fashion, go out of + favour, go out of + date, become + obsolete, go out of + vogue, fall out of + vogue, go out of + style, pass away, obsolesce, drop out of + circulation.
* pendiente de ir a la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* pendiente de seguir la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* ponerse de moda = come into + vogue, come into + fashion.
* que siempre va a la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* que sigue la última moda = fashion-conscious.
* relativo a la moda = modal.
* revista de modas = fashion magazine.
* seguidor de la última moda = faddish, faddy [faddier -comp., faddies -sup.].
* seguir la moda = catch + the fever.
* vestido a la última moda = fashion statement.

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moda
feminine
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 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 have come back into fashion, miniskirts are in again (colloq)
un peinado de última moda a very fashionable hairstyle, an up-to-the-minute hairstyle (colloq)
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 to be fashionable
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moda sustantivo femenino
fashion;
la moda joven or juvenil young fashion;
la moda de los 30 30's fashion;

ir a la moda to be trendy;
estar de moda to be in fashion, be in (colloq);
ponerse/pasar de moda to come into/go out of fashion;
seguir la moda to follow fashion
moda sustantivo femenino
1 fashion: el sombrero está de moda, hats are in fashion
este vestido está pasado de moda, this dress is old-fashioned
2 (fiebre) craze
la moda del tatuaje, the craze for tattoos

'moda' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
actualidad
- antigua
- antiguo
- caduca
- caduco
- cuajar
- desfasada
- desfasado
- fusilar
- imperante
- infantil
- llevarse
- pasarela
- predisponer
- regir
- seguir
- sentar
- superada
- superado
- tendencia
- trasnochada
- trasnochado
- última
- último
- usanza
- árbitro
- arrastrar
- calar
- caprichoso
- creador
- desenfadado
- dictar
- diseñador
- diseñar
- diseño
- elegante
- establecer
- estampado
- estilar
- exagerado
- femenil
- femenino
- implantar
- imponer
- jovencito
- juvenil
- moderno
- mono
- onda
- pasado
English:
back
- bring in
- catchphrase
- craze
- dated
- fad
- fashion
- fashion parade
- fashionable
- forefront
- funky
- go out
- height
- hip
- in
- look
- miniskirt
- mode
- model
- old-fashioned
- out
- outdated
- outmoded
- passing
- popular
- prevailing
- rage
- revival
- show
- style
- traditional
- trend
- trendy
- unfashionable
- vogue
- word
- catch
- date
- fashionably
- go
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moda nf
fashion;
no estoy al tanto de las últimas modas I'm not very well up on the latest fashions;
un traje a la moda actual a fashionable dress;
fue una moda pasajera it was a passing fad;
la moda de llevar el móvil a todas partes the craze for taking your cellphone o Br mobile phone everywhere;
estar de moda to be fashionable o in fashion;
el escritor/restaurante de moda the most fashionable writer/restaurant at the moment;
estar pasado de moda to be unfashionable o out of fashion;
pasar de moda to go out of fashion;
ir a la última moda to wear the latest fashion;
ponerse de moda to come into fashion;
un bar que se ha puesto muy de moda a bar that has become very fashionable
* * *
moda
f fashion;
moda de diseño designer fashion;
moda femenina/masculina men’s/women’s fashion;
de moda fashionable, in fashion;
estar de moda be in fashion;
estar pasado de moda be out of fashion;
pasarse de moda go out of fashion;
vestirse a la moda wear the latest fashions, dress fashionably
* * *
moda nf
1) : fashion, style
2)
a la moda or
de moda : in style, fashionable
3)
moda pasajera : fad
* * *
moda n fashion
le interesa mucho la moda he's very interested in fashion
a la moda fashionable / trendy [comp. trendier; superl. trendiest]
siempre va a la moda she's always very trendy
estar de moda to be in fashion / to be fashionable
las faldas largas están de moda long skirts are in fashion
pasado de moda old fashioned

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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