Definition of 'trendy'
Example sentences containing 'trendy'
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Why be young and trendy when he could just be old and grand? Times, Sunday Times (2016)These trendy looks will give your office outfits a stylish refresh. The Sun (2016)It isn't just trendy clothes you have to give up. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She claimed that High Street stores are helping to promote an unhealthy image if they sell trendy clothes in bigger sizes. The Sun (2016)Many of the old shoe factories were converted into trendy urban flats. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The furious stars were seen rowing at a trendy restaurant earlier this month. The Sun (2014)The country is in the grip of a trendy new booze culture. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some would look for skips on the road and try to identify new trendy bars. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Wearing trendy clothes makes me feel good and it is part of my job in the fashion industry. The Sun (2012)They all have trendy hairstyles and look a lot more mature than the youngsters featured in the first books. The Sun (2007)Both chains said yesterday that the young and trendy were the sole bright spots of a troubling financial year. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No one trendy gets baked anymore. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And very trendy he looks too. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was so important to me to be cool, to be fashionable and trendy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She's gone from being a trendy urban star to a major household name. The Sun (2011)The pretty pair dined at a trendy Manchester restaurant. The Sun (2011)How did you get the trendy Nashville set involved? The Sun (2007)So pop on a film, grab a cuppa and chill out while still looking trendy. The Sun (2015)The club is just part of the recent gentrification of the neighbourhood, which now has trendy restaurants and bars. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The online retailer is aimed at the young and trendy and was one of the flotations that led to concerns of another dotcom bubble forming. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We're in a trendy Hoxton bar. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If a garment looks horrible on my figure despite being trendy and fashionable, why should I hold onto it? Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'trendy'
British English: trendy /ˈtrɛndɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something or someone is trendy, you mean that they are very fashionable and modern.
...a trendy restaurant in the city.
- American English: trendy
- Arabic: مُطَابِقٌ لِلمُوضَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: da última moda
- Chinese: 时髦的
- Croatian: trendi
- Czech: módní
- Danish: trendy
- Dutch: trendy
- European Spanish: moderno moda
- Finnish: trendikäs
- French: branché
- German: modern
- Greek: μοδάτος
- Italian: di tendenza
- Japanese: 今はやりの
- Korean: 유행을 좇는
- Norwegian: trendy
- Polish: modny
- European Portuguese: da última moda
- Romanian: foarte elegant
- Russian: ультрамодный
- Spanish: moderno
- Swedish: trendig
- Thai: ซึ่งเป็นที่นิยม
- Turkish: modaya uygun
- Ukrainian: ультрамодний
- Vietnamese: hợp thời trang
Definition of trendy from the Collins English Dictionary
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