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-fashion /fæʃən/ suffix [in adverbs]
fashion /ˈfæʃən/ noun

رسم ، روش ، سبک ، طرز ، اسلوب ، مد ، ساختن ، درست کردن ، بشکل در اوردن ، علوم مهندسی: طریقه ، روانشناسی: مد ، بازرگانی: شکل
کامپیوتر: مدل ، مد

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- style, craze, custom, fad, look, mode, rage, trend, vogue
- method, manner, mode, style, way
- make, construct, create, forge, form, manufacture, mould, shape
Related Idioms: the in thing, the last word, the latest thing
Related Words: custom, habit, practice, usage, wont, drift, tendency, convention, form, contrive, devise, design, plan, plot, turn out
English Thesaurus: fashion, vogue, trend, craze/fad, something is all the rage, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

-fashion /fæʃən/ suffix [in adverbs]
like something, or in the way that a particular group of people does something:
They ate Indian-fashion, using their fingers.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. fashion1 S3 W2 /ˈfæʃən/ noun
[Word Family: verb: fashion; noun: fashion; adverb: fashionablyUNFASHIONABLY; adjective: fashionableunfashionable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: façon, from Latin factio 'act of making', from facere 'to do, make']

1. [uncountable and countable] something that is popular or thought to be good at a particular time
fashion for
the fashion for ‘discovery methods’ of learning
fashion in
The emerging science of photography was already changing fashions in art.
Eastern religions used to be the fashion in the 60s.
His ideas are coming back into fashion (=they are becoming popular again).
Their music will never go out of fashion (=stop being fashionable).
Self-help books are all the fashion (=they are very fashionable).

2. [uncountable and countable] a style of clothes, hair etc that is popular at a particular time:
Young people are very concerned with fashion.
Hats like that just aren’t the fashion.

3. [uncountable] the business or study of making and selling clothes, shoes etc in new and changing styles:
magazines about fashion and beauty
the London College of Fashion

4. in a ... fashion in a particular way:
Please leave the building in an orderly fashion.
Perhaps they could sit down and discuss things in a civilised fashion.
She will be working out her problems in her own fashion (=in the way that she usually does this).

5. after a fashion not very much, not very well, or not very effectively:
‘Can you speak Russian?’ ‘After a fashion.’

6. after the fashion of somebody in a style that is typical of a particular person:
Her early work is very much after the fashion of Picasso and Braque.

7. like it’s going out of fashion informal use this to emphasize that someone does something a lot or uses a lot of something:
Danny’s been spending money like it’s going out of fashion.
parrot fashion at parrot1(2)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. fashion2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: verb: fashion; noun: fashion; adverb: fashionablyUNFASHIONABLY; adjective: fashionableunfashionable]

1. to shape or make something, using your hands or only a few tools
fashion something from something
He fashioned a box from a few old pieces of wood.
fashion something into something
Jamie could take a piece of wood and fashion it into a wonderful work of art.

2. [usually passive] to influence and form someone’s ideas and opinions:
We are all unique human beings, fashioned by life experiences.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. style of dressing, etc. popular at a particular time
ADJ. current, latest, modern, new | growing | changing, passing changing fashions in education This theory, though recent, is more than a passing fashion.
high The store sells everything from sports clothes to high fashion.
designer the influence of Italian designer fashion on the clothes industry
female, street, youth | architectural, cultural, intellectual
VERB + FASHION be, be in She wore a powdered wig, as was the fashion of the day. Black is always in fashion.
become, come into Pessimism has become the fashion. When did flares first come into fashion?
fall out of, go out of Careful spending has gone out of fashion in our consumer society.
be out of | come back into | be back in | introduce, set, start He set a fashion for large hats.
follow, keep (up) with, keep pace with I've given up trying to keep up with the latest fashions.
FASHION + VERB change watching how fashions change over the years
FASHION + NOUN statement Flared trousers were a fashion statement of the seventies.
model She started her career as a fashion model.
show | shoot photographers at fashion shoots
magazine | scene fresh interest in the New York fashion scene
capital Paris, the world's fashion capital
business, industry, market, trade, world Her summer collection took the fashion world by storm.
company, house, label one of the most successful fashion houses in Milan
retailer, shop | design, photography | designer, editor, photographer | accessory, clothes, garment | victim this season's must-have accessories that no fashion victim will be seen without
PREP. after the ~ of She spoke in French after (= copying) the fashion of the court.
~ for the fashion for long dresses
~ in Fashions in art come and go.
PHRASES changes in fashion, the fashion of the day, the height of fashion The palazzo represents the height of architectural fashion for the mid-17th century.
the world of fashion household names in the world of fashion and design

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. way you do sth
ADJ. true … The inspector insisted the meeting be held, in true spy novel fashion, in the open air.
normal, orthodox, usual Application for the course can be made in the normal fashion.
conventional, time-honoured, traditional They celebrated their win, in time-honoured fashion, by spraying champagne everywhere.
typical We had just gone out when, in typical fashion, the rain came down.
limited He has a small vocabulary and is only able to express himself in a limited fashion.
positive | no uncertain Karpov struck back in no uncertain fashion to win the seventh game.
meaningful | parrot Students become frustrated with learning verbs parrot fashion.
best (often ironic), exemplary batons ready in best police fashion
civilized | appropriate | cavalier | controlled, orderly, organized, regular, systematic | ad hoc, desultory, haphazard, piecemeal, random, roundabout | arbitrary | straightforward | logical, predictable | linear Costs and revenues are assumed to behave in a linear fashion.
easy, leisurely, relaxed The descent of the footpath starts in easy fashion.
dramatic, spectacular | bizarre, peculiar | mysterious | friendly | jocular | business-like | democratic
VERB + FASHION behave in
PREP. after a ~ So they became friends, after a fashion (= to some extent).
in a ~ Why are they behaving in such a ridiculous fashion?
in … ~ The troops embarked in orderly fashion.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


be in fashion
Belted jackets are in fashion this winter.
be out of fashion
Flared trousers were out of fashion in the 1980s.
go out of fashion (=stop being fashionable)
Long evening dresses are going out of fashion.
come back into fashion (=become fashionable again)
Short skirts are coming back into fashion this year.
be the height of fashion (=be very fashionable)
With her short dress and high boots she was the height of fashion.
keep up with fashion (=make sure that you know about the most recent fashions)
Lucy likes to keep up with the latest fashions.
fashion-conscious (=very interested in the latest fashions, and always wanting to wear fashionable clothes)
Fashion-conscious people can’t get enough of these new designs.
the latest fashion
They sell all the latest fashions.
men’s/women’s fashions
Men’s fashions have not changed much in 50 years.
the fashion industry
London is the centre of the British fashion industry.
the fashion world
Small women are often overlooked by the fashion world.
a fashion show
Calvin Klein’s fashion show featured suits and sportswear.
a fashion model
Fashion models are usually very tall.
a fashion designer
Her favourite fashion designers include Giorgio Armani and Gianfranco Ferre.
fashion design
He went to St Martin’s School of Art to study fashion design.
a fashion house (=a company that produces new and expensive styles of clothes)
fashion houses such as Armani and Hugo Boss
a fashion magazine
She’s the editor of a leading fashion magazine.
fashion photography
a book of Lang’s fashion photography
a fashion photographer
Later he worked as a fashion photographer for Vogue.
a fashion shoot (=an occasion when photographs are taken of fashion models)
She was asked to star with top model Naomi Campbell in a fashion shoot.
a fashion shop
We walked around Milan’s famous fashion shops.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: after a fashion , high fashion or high style

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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