Traducción de fashion en Español:


moda, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfæʃən//ˈfaʃ(ə)n/


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    • 1.1(vogue)

      moda femenino
      the latest fashion in hats la última moda en sombreros
      • a leader of fashion un árbitro de la moda
      • Invitation designs follow fashion trends so Jo said the shop has to keep up with the latest styles.
      • The fashions and sensibilities of popular culture contributed to the idea more than anything, even more than the nightly news.
      • Some late twentieth-century trends in interpretation perhaps reflect the fashions of their day.
      • Muslim fashion has become more popular than in the past and has become simple yet chic for both men and women.
      • I love Japanese street fashion for its amazing ability to throw all conventions out the window.
      • Fads and fashions in body style will come and go at the margin.
      • Every other fashion programme concentrates on latest fashions and doing hair and make-overs.
      • Among other popular fashions banned are tank tops (for men), white T-shirts worn as outer garments and midriff-baring shirts.
      • Yet other printed essays and treatises described in detail the latest hair fashions from France and how to achieve them with the assistance of a hairdresser, or friseur.
      • New styles and fashions are created and popularised by it.
      • There will also be some men's fashions featured.
      • Calling all trendsetters - here's the latest in summer fashion accessories and clothing.
      • And many of those designs are seeing a return to popularity, along with some of the clothing fashions of the day.
      • I'll take a break from complaining to mention how much I love the fall fashions.
      • Western-style clothing fashions swept the country in one generation.
      • A leather wallet is a must-have fashion accessory that every man should own.
      • Using color forecasting services and other research, each year colors are updated to reflect the latest fashion trends.
      • She's at the age when kids start to become fashion conscious.
      • A special Women's Page appeared in the 1930s where the latest fashion trends in Paris could be found.
      • I keep up with the latest trends and fashions, and while my style might not match that of my fellow students, I feel as though adults take me more seriously.

    • 1.2Indumentaria

      moda femenino
      before noun fashion accessories accesorios masculino
      • fashion buyer comprador de modas
      • fashion editor director de revista de modas
      • fashion magazine revista de modas
      • fashion page sección de modas
      • The result is a huge mixture of fashion creativity which varies enormously in quality.
      • Artists and fashion designers are taking over somewhat from the literary types, however.
      • Nevertheless, covering a war for a women's fashion magazine is surely as surreal as it gets, he acknowledges.
      • She's glad to be working, especially since there's a glut of fashion photographers out there.
      • Doing something different in the competitive world of fashion magazines is not easy.
      • Her profile recalls Greek classical sculpture as well as fashion mannequins of the period.
      • Fashion designers are asking for similar protection for clothing designs for three years.
      • The end result will be like something you have seen in way-out fashion magazines.
      • A whole range of people got together, including people from the fashion industry.
      • Like other artists, fashion designers are somewhat sensitive and can be competitive.
      • More importantly, he considers himself the world's best fashion photographer.
      • Fashion designers, including Dolce & Gabbana, have dedicated collections to her.
      • It is what has become known as the disposable young fashion market.
      • At least four national high street fashion retailers have already expressed an interest in opening in the town alongside Debenhams.
      • The winner of the crown can now be seen frequently on TV and the covers of fashion magazines.
      • We hope that this has been a lesson in smart reading of fashion magazines.
      • My daughter is a published poet and artist and is studying fashion technology.
      • However, there are fashion magazines and features put together by professionals, so why step on their toes?
      • A fashion magazine editor is going to remember them by types of clothing and jewelry worn.
      • The fair this year has invited more than 180 fashion producers from home and overseas.

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    costumbre femenino
    as was my fashion como era mi costumbre
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    manera femenino
    modo masculino
    he replied in typically witty fashion respondió con el ingenio que lo caracterizaba
    • in her own inimitable fashion como solo ella puede hacerlo
    • in the French fashion a la francesa
    • in this fashion de esta manera
    • Entrepreneurship, meanwhile, is considered only as an afterthought and in piecemeal fashion.
    • Most of you send me fine links and do it in a fashion that tells me you have manners.
    • There is no danger that the war will be reported in anything approaching an objective fashion.
    • The right to a fair trial in a timely fashion is one of the cornerstones of our society.
    • Instead he reforms himself in a public and determined fashion in order to make himself worthy of her.
    • The 18-hole play-off followed a similar fashion to that of the last round.
    • As a consequence the Claimants' answers have been provided in a piecemeal fashion.
    • He would walk up to the middle in a carefree manner, and set about his act in a masterly fashion.
    • I think that danger may lurk in the background, but it is likely to arise in an indirect fashion, rather than directly.
    • And so I think, overall, it is progressing in an orderly fashion.
    • Over the years I've collected these anthologies in a rather piecemeal fashion.
    • Unlike machines, these living systems respond to changes in a non-linear fashion.
    • To prevent people from seeing videos in a timely fashion is the summit of her achievements so far.
    • These students understand why a system is designed in a particular fashion and how it works.
    • In my usual haphazard fashion, none of them were labeled.
    • The chairman would like to thank all who attended and behaved in a mannerly fashion.
    • Please exit in an orderly fashion and make your way to the shuttle bay.
    • Largely out of my experience with the Science Council I wanted it to be done in a systematic fashion.
    • Ensuring efficient completion of the surgical schedule in a timely fashion is impossible without appropriate instrumentation.
    • But in the last week he has put those wrongs right in spectacular fashion.

verbo transitivo

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    (object) crear
    (character) formar
    • Perhaps it was fashioned of wood or a metal that had been through an alchemical process all its own.
    • Back in the days when England was embroiled in the Hundred Years' War against France, a family of notables was fashioning its own chapel in the valley of the River Kent.
    • He says that fashioning the crown is the most difficult part of the job.
    • Though the basic ideas appear to work in three dimensions, engineers will face some challenges fashioning real compounds into such devices, he says.
    • She added that the programmes which assisted young people in fashioning their lives and earning a living were either dissolved or taken away.
    • Thermoelectric materials can be fashioned into devices to create electricity from temperature differences or into solid-state cooling devices.
    • In the beginning, he, like most puppeteers, was driven by craft, fashioning puppets to express his artistic impulse.
    • Journalists seized on the idea that impossible restrictions were to be placed on hand-made toys fashioned by craftsmen for centuries.
    • The descendants of the Spanish refugees are still fashioning these shutters, especially in the Andalusian quarter of Bizerte.
    • He cleverly fashions a raft and paddles out to the coral reef for some spear fishing.
    • But not everyone found the pivotal moment so memorable while Martin was fashioning this cabinet.
    • Home-made labels were sometimes fashioned from wood or slate and would likewise have written information.
    • This was partly, he believed, because he had not courted the public or succeeded in fashioning a charismatic image.
    • Kathryn looked into the mirror that was handed to her and saw that he had fashioned her hair into an elegant bun at the back of her head, wisps of her falling around the tight knob.
    • He is fashioning a unique gel into contact lenses that change color depending on the glucose levels of the patients.
    • He and his coworkers have already fashioned the fibers into electricity-storage devices called supercapacitors, which they incorporated into ordinary cloth.
    • A few minutes later, they had fashioned the antenna into a makeshift letter U and put it over the cable.
    • Although Joan does things that some might consider repugnant, Linney fashions her alter-ego into a sympathetic human being.
    • He is sitting, fashioning a silent whistle out of wood, he blows it and the dog comes running back.
    • So as I fashioned those stories into the novel, I realized that I was telling a ‘coming of age’ story, which is relatively rare for a black male literary writer.
    • The couple spent weekends fashioning their tower house.
    • The finding raises hopes that the new cells can be fashioned into transplantable material for patients whose own cells and tissues have become faulty.
    • On Saturday however, a welcome victory was fashioned purely from raw talent and endeavour.
    • The fissures between allowed only thin, precise shafts of pale light to strike the trunks and grass, as if the trees were fashioning the sun into a gallery of shapes.
    • The opportunity to observe artisans fashioning crystal is not the only reason to visit the Corning Museum of Glass.
    • It's not hard to picture him sitting on the porch at his Portland home fashioning these reflections into songs.
    • In one sequence the camera reveals a nurse fashioning a cardboard box into a dead child's makeshift coffin to be strapped to a bicycle.
    • I am fashioning this material into a visually poetic tribute to his genius.
    • To show this, they fashioned the material into threads and used them to stitch four incisions on two rats.
    • What a sight he made when he fashioned his coat-tails into a kind of pouch and hopped about the room imitating a kangaroo.
    • Feeling melancholy, he fashioned the cut reeds into the musical instrument that bears his name - the pan-pipe.
    • Live water plants should be preferred over artificial ones fashioned out of plastic.
    • It fashions these elements into a performance that allows something new to appear, the design of which was not necessarily inevitable.
    • The effect was like a writhing smiley face fashioned out of live leeches.
    • He took what they handed him and made it into an idol cast in the shape of a calf, fashioning it with a tool.
    • He fashions these small thoughts into a sprawling 1,500-word polemic - a sort of liberal call-to-arms.
    • It is said that you can recognise the deft hands that fashioned a doll by looking for telltale signs and shapes on it.
    • He was proud of their collection, and also of those American artists and artisans who had fashioned the objects.
    • Even old railway sleepers have been fashioned into new building material.