Definition of 'vogue'
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Concrete has been in vogue for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Dynamic football is more en vogue than dainty. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We talk for a few minutes of the current vogue for restorative justice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The literary ghost story is in vogue at the moment and this one is beautifully done. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Now the vogue is to be an obsessive compulsive. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The manifest need for leadership sits oddly with the current vogue for devolution. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Costume dramas are very much back in vogue at the moment. The Sun (2008)And those buckles and studs nod at the current vogue for rock chic while being subdued enough for the school run. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Chic shops specialising in one luxury item are again in vogue in the French capital. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Maybe it's become en vogue in this country too. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This new vogue in imagery has yet to trickle down, but it will. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Bring it on because England are in vogue again. The Sun (2016)It may be fashionable to go foreign but English managers are coming back en vogue. The Sun (2012)Staying put may now be in vogue, but it is not always voluntary. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Managing in or beyond your 60th year is quite the current vogue. The Sun (2009)DEATH threats seem to be in vogue at the moment. The Sun (2012)It chose to build up its operations in cash equities trading and foreign exchange, which are now back in vogue. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I suppressed my panic and consulted Vogue again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In London it meant a new vogue for Scotch whisky and soda. PHYLLOXERA: How Wine was Saved for the World (2004)It's out of vogue at the moment but it's called liberal intervention. The Sun (2015)Disaster movies and conspiracy theories are in vogue again, but they lack the urgency of their 1970s predecessors. Christianity Today (2000)While skintight leather leggings have been en vogue for a while, fashion editors and stylists are now wearing looser, tailored styles. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'vogue'
British English: vogue NOUN
If there is a vogue for something, it is very popular and fashionable.
Despite the vogue for so-called health teas, there is no evidence that they are any healthier.
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