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vogue

Noun

1 the popular taste at a given time; "leather is the latest vogue"; "he followed current trends"; "the 1920s had a style of their own" [syn: trend, style]
2 a current state of general acceptance and use [syn: currency]

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English

Pronunciation

Etymology

From vogue.

Noun

  1. the prevailing fashion or style
    • Miniskirts were the vogue in the '60s
  2. popularity or a current craze
    • Hula hoops are no longer in vogue

Translations

the prevailing fashion or style
popularity or a current craze

French

Etymology

From voguer.

Noun

fr-noun f

Extensive Definition

As a noun, vogue suggests transient fashionability, hence phrases such as vogue word.
Vogue can also refer to:
  • Vogue (magazine), a fashion magazine
    • Vogue Pattern Company, a publisher of home sewing patterns formerly owned by Vogue magazine but now owned by Butterick Publishing
  • Vogue, an Italian brand of sunglasses now owned by Luxottica
  • Vogue (cigarette)
  • Vogüé, a village in Ardèche department, France
  • Melchior de Vogüé (1848-1910), French writer
  • Vogüé (Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé) a French estate that owns over 70% of the famous Musigny vinyard in Burgundy - regarded by many wine writers and enthusiasts as producing the finest red wine made anywhere.

Music and dancing

See also

vogue in German: Vogue
vogue in Modern Greek (1453-): Vogue (αποσαφήνιση)
vogue in French: Vogue (homonymie)
vogue in Italian: Vogue
vogue in Dutch: Vogue
vogue in Japanese: ヴォーグ
vogue in Portuguese: Vogue
vogue in Russian: Вог (значения)
vogue in Vietnamese: Vogue (định hướng)

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

a la mode, acceptance, acclaim, bon ton, celebrity, character, chic, convention, craze, cry, currency, custom, eclat, fad, fame, famousness, fashion, fashionableness, favor, figure, furore, glory, haute couture, high fashion, in the mode, kudos, last word, latest thing, look, mode, modish, name, notoriety, notoriousness, popularity, preference, prevailing taste, prevalence, proper thing, publicity, rage, reclame, recognition, renown, report, reputation, repute, soigne, soignee, stream of fashion, style, stylish, stylishness, swim, taste, the bubble reputation, trend, voguish
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