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style /staɪl/ noun


شیوه ، روش ، خامه ، سبک نگارش ، سلیقه ، سبک متداول ، قلم ، میله ، متداول شدن ، معمول کردن ، مد کردن ، نامیدن ، معماری: سبک ، روانشناسی: سبک ، بازرگانی: روش
کامپیوتر: سبک ، روش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

style
[noun]
Synonyms:
- design, cut, form, manner
- manner, approach, method, mode, technique, way
- elegance, chic, élan, flair, panache, polish, smartness, sophistication, taste
- type, category, genre, kind, sort, variety
- fashion, mode, rage, trend, vogue
- luxury, affluence, comfort, ease, elegance, grandeur
[verb]
Synonyms:
- design, adapt, arrange, cut, fashion, shape, tailor
- call, designate, dub, entitle, label, name, term
Related Words: behavior, bearing, carriage, characteristic, trait, idiosyncrasy, peculiarity

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. style1 S2 W1 AC /staɪl/ noun
[Word Family: noun: style, styling, stylishness, stylist, stylistics, stylization; adjective: stylish, stylistic, stylized; adverb: stylishly, stylistically; verb: style]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Latin; Origin: stilus 'pointed stick, stylus, style of writing']

1. WAY OF DOING SOMETHING [uncountable and countable] a particular way of doing, designing, or producing something, especially one that is typical of a particular place, period of time, or group of people:
an attempt to use Japanese management style in a European business
style of
different styles of handwriting
Baroque-/Swedish-/country- etc style
Cuban-style black beans and rice
a Colonial-style house
The dinner will be served buffet-style.

2. SB’S WAY OF BEHAVING [countable] the particular way that someone behaves, works, or deals with other people:
Children have different styles of learning: some learn by seeing, some by hearing, some by doing.
be more sb’s style (=used to say that you prefer something)
I don’t think the parachuting weekend is for me – the art class is more my style.
I like your style (=approve of the way you do things), Simpson.
I can’t ask a man out – it’s not my style (=it is not the way I usually behave).

3. ART/LITERATURE/MUSIC [uncountable and countable] a typical way of writing, painting etc that is used by a particular person or during a particular period of time:
The paintings are in an expressionistic style.
Hemingway’s direct style
in the style of somebody/something
a play in the style of classical Greek tragedy

4. FASHION/DESIGN
a) [countable] a particular design or fashion for something such as clothes, hair, furniture etc Synonym : fashion:
Car styles have changed radically in the past 20 years.
traditional/modern style
The rooms are furnished in a modern style.
b) [uncountable] the quality of being fashionable:
young women interested in style rather than comfort
in/out of style
Long skirts are back in style.

5. ATTRACTIVE QUALITY [uncountable] a confident and attractive quality that makes people admire you, and that is shown in your appearance, or the way you do things ⇒ stylish:
You may not like her, but she certainly has style.
The team played with style.stylish

6. CORRECT WRITING [uncountable] a way of using words or spelling that is considered correct:
It’s not good style to use abbreviations in an essay.

7. in style done in a way that people admire, especially because it is unusual, shows great determination, or involves spending a lot of money
in great/grand/fine etc style
Nadal won the match in fine style, not losing a single game.
cramp sb’s style at cramp2, ⇒ lifestyle

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. style2 AC verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: style, styling, stylishness, stylist, stylistics, stylization; adjective: stylish, stylistic, stylized; adverb: stylishly, stylistically; verb: style]

1. to design clothing, furniture, or the shape of someone’s hair in a particular way:
These shoes have been styled for maximum comfort.
She has her hair styled by Giorgio.

2. style yourself something formal to give yourself a particular title or name:
They style themselves ‘the terrible twins’.

3. style it out British English informal to make an effort to appear relaxed and confident, especially when you have done something embarrassing
self-styled

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

style
noun
I. way that sth is done/made
ADJ. latest, modern, new | classical, old, old-fashioned, period, traditional an old style of management
contemporary The 16th century house has been renovated and furnished in contemporary style.
characteristic, distinctive, individual, inimitable, original her inimitable style of humour
personal | musical | architectural | teaching | leadership, management, managerial | political | literary, narrative, prose, writing | elegant, lively | flamboyant a flamboyant style of dress
formal | casual a casual style of speech
conversational The article is written in a conversational style.
aggressive His aggressive style of play sometimes gets him in trouble.
autocratic an autocratic style of leadership
18th-century, etc. | Gothic, Renaissance, etc.
VERB + STYLE have The two artists have radically different styles.
develop, establish, evolve, find, form He evolved his style of painting while working as a magazine illustrator.
adapt, adjust, alter, change, modify, tailor The pianist had to tailor his style to suit the vocalist's distinctive voice.
adopt, use | copy, emulate, follow
PREP. in ~ very utilitarian in style
in a/the ~ The new houses have been built in a traditional style.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

style
II. good quality
ADJ. enormous, fine, great, real, terrific | certain
VERB + STYLE have He has a certain style.
ooze The whole house just oozed style.
add, give sb/sth
PREP. with ~ Whatever she did, she did it with style.
PHRASES a touch of style Long velvet curtains add a touch of style to the main room.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

style
noun
DUBIOUS: I'd like to live abroad and have a different style of life.
GOOD: I'd like to live abroad and have a different lifestyle.
DUBIOUS: I find this living style very attractive.
GOOD: I find this lifestyle very attractive.

Usage Note:
See note at LIFE 2 (life)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

style
staɪl
See: cramp one's style , high style

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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