Translation of style in Spanish:

style

estilo, n.

Pronunciation /staɪl//stʌɪl/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(manner of acting)

      estilo masculine
      his style of living su estilo de vida
      • telling lies is not my style decir mentiras no va conmigo
      • that's the style! ¡así se hace!
      • The development of primary care depends on high quality managers who are able to draw on a range of different management skills and styles.
      • This is a mutual fund that further diversifies risk by investing in several hedge funds that invest in different sectors and have different strategies and management styles.
      • The different styles also implicitly allude to the political power differentials that are associated with various regional identities.
      • So the dancers are all shapes and colors and they are all professionals, but they come from different styles, different techniques.
      • The changes in teaching styles and methods the Bologna package calls for also strike at the core of faculty traditions and culture.
      • I find ‘brainstorming’ an effective way to create modifications to teaching styles and procedures.
      • The survey showed that all programmes encourage self directed learning and allow for different learning styles and practice environments.
      • In trials of different styles of patient management, surgical procedures, or alternative therapies, full blinding is often impossible.
      • In each case, I've thoroughly enjoyed the relationship and learned a great deal about different management styles.
      • In addition, the different management styles of teachers and their implementation in the classroom are discussed.
      • It's about imagining how to implement different program management styles, or how to collect data, or how to advocate on issues.
      • Their management styles too are very different.
      • Japanese companies were praised for their management styles and production techniques.
      • Faculty from many schools present sessions at the conference, allowing an opportunity to observe different teaching styles.
      • Radically refined social inequalities can be portrayed as reflecting different styles of practice.
      • It is the journey and the path to this truth that is enumerated in different styles and manners in the various religions.
      • The two have different management styles with one trying to override the other by verbal aggression.
      • Most of them find that learning and teaching styles are completely different to that in Asia.
      • Both have different management styles for their funds.
      • Teachers with very different teaching styles and approaches can be equally effective.

    • 1.2Literature Art Music

      estilo masculine
      interiors in the Baroque style interiores de estilo barroco
      • in the style of William Morris al estilo / a la manera de William Morris
      • a publisher with a closely defined house style una editorial con normas de estilo muy definidas
      • Except for the language style and certain details, one cannot believe that the novel was written in 1895.
      • The single-story building reflected the architectural style of the church and used part of an existing boundary wall.
      • Thank you so much for the compliments on my writing style and my characters.
      • The image becomes abstract, but is evocative of specific styles of modernist painting.
      • I'm enjoying connecting with the characters again, and I love the style and the period.
      • Latham is overly fond of a technocratic style of language, favoured by business elites.
      • With choice to select a melodious tune, they have captions with the style of the English language being flowery.
      • Ascari uses non-technical language in a narrative style that is easy to read.
      • The tone, the attitude, the style, the language; all have changed significantly.
      • Here's part of a speech he gave in Sydney during that turbulent campaign, and it's worth listening to the style of language he uses.
      • During his lifetime, the artist went through different periods of characteristic painting styles.
      • Mr Midgley criticised our website and the style of language used.
      • Though I'm developing my writing style, this story showed me how weak my main characters are.
      • They use their painting styles to insert their artistic goals into their pictures.
      • The baroque style with its florid language and stock allegories lasted longer in Ukraine than in Western Europe.
      • The tract was kept deliberately short in order to make it widely accessible and the style of language was uniquely devoid of philosophy.
      • One topic that should be treated at greater length is the congregations' views of their worship spaces and their buildings' architectural styles.
      • The series features all styles and periods of buildings, from country houses and gothic castles to a radar station and a water mill - dating from medieval times to the 20th century.
      • This is a common style in most languages to connote preference.
      • The contemporary material is the most accessible, probably because of our familiarity to both the characters, and the writing style.
      • This transition from home to the centre of the avant-garde is omnipresent in her painting style.
      • Here are a few of the letters, interesting to modern readers for their content and the formal style of writing.
      • More than the style of language has changed at the paper since then.
      • These are some characteristics of the writing style of someone under a lot of stress or tension.
      • Someone can hear them and even if they don't know the language they embrace the style.
      • I felt the writing style was solid and the characters real.
      • The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission has ordered Prince Harry to stop stealing Aboriginal symbols and painting styles.
      • The post-modern era taught us to respect styles as languages and codes for messages of social value.
      • Her style is journalistic more than literary or academic, the prose, simple, and her curiosity, endless.
      • Muslims consider the Quran itself to be a miracle because of the inimitability of its style and language.
      • Selected writers will represent as broad a range of languages and styles as possible.
      • The project also has in its care 14 buildings of various architectural styles from the late 19th century to the early years of the 20th.
      • The Japanese language includes sharply divergent styles of speech for men and women.
      • At only 32, he is already an influential journalist with a unique style and affection for political analysis.
      • Will it ever be possible for a period to produce a style which is entirely original, or is our fashion fated to rest on what came before?
      • The positive aspects of the German period can be seen in the charming style of older buildings in the city.
      • While the architectural style of buildings is not all that make a city, it does reflect on the lifestyle of the majority of citizens.
      • The result is minimal body language, vocal styles that are close to a monotone, and a limited range of facial expressions.
      • Reporters, individually or in groups, could use the Net to raise money directly from readers interested in specific stories or journalistic styles.
      • Although a loose chronology is evident in the development from one style to another, earlier styles of wall painting were renewed in later periods.

  • 2

    (fashionable elegance)
    estilo masculine
    he/she has style tiene estilo
    • you handled the situation with style te desenvolviste elegantemente en la situación
    • to live/travel in style vivir/viajar a lo grande
    • they were married in style se casaron a lo grande / por todo lo alto
    • can you keep her in the style to which she is accustomed? ¿va a poder darle el estilo de vida al que está acostumbrada?
    • As local real estate prices have soared, so has the region's reputation for style and taste.
    • Today, his star is fading and so is the idea that he is an icon of style and musical sophistication.
    • But records do not reveal the elegance and style with which most of his runs were made.
    • On the outback road from Sydney to Melbourne, Tony Perrottet finds sophistication and style in the wild.
    • His sense of style ranged from the elegant to the outrageous.
    • Waterford Crystal, the epitome of style and elegance, is the world's most successful luxury crystal brand.
    • I'd like to say that I did it with style and elegance but I suspect that would be a lie.
    • In recent years her style has become more sophisticated, elegant and streamlined.
    • I never imagined that Sichuan dishes could be made in such an elegant and exquisite style.
    • Despite our growing celebrity status we had no sophistication or sense of style.
    • You could have your visitors gasping in admiration at your elegance and style with this prize.
    • Visiting the house, you can relive the previous tenants' elegant style of life.
    • The two of them have very similar tastes and sense of style so coming together was obvious.
    • If it is style, elegance and grandeur you are after then this five-bed detached property may be the home for you.
    • Consumption is more than just French style and taste, it represents the positioning of the self in a larger world.
    • Is he dripping with charm, style and panache as well?
    • The name Odeon, on the other hand, retains an air of tradition, elegance and style.
    • But when a temple of style and urban sophistication founders on ambience, food and service, it doesn't leave much to cling to.
    • This kind of fridge has become a symbol of taste, elegance, style and wealth.
  • 3

    • 3.1(type, model)

      diseño masculine
      modelo masculine
      • Although the earlier devices felt a bit like plastic toys, this one proclaims its style with its appearance.
      • Stalin had to rehabilitate his predecessors to make his style appear progressive.
      • Several other small Ibibio masks in an angular style appear in the literature.
      • Todd English became a star in the culinary world with his distinctive style of layering flavors and textures.
      • Distinctive styles of music and dance are associated with various social classes.
      • Both tracks conjure compelling images of the sun and warmth with their distinctive, distortion-cloaked guitar styles.
      • The hotel is in the heart of the CBD and offers two distinctive room styles.
      • Since such coping styles appear to be shaped by prior experience, they may, in part, explain why earlier trauma can place an individual at risk.
      • What we have here are a series of large, eight foot high canvases, generally untitled, painted in a number of styles, and appearing to hark back principally to Abstract Expressionism.
      • The channel has ordered 20 episodes of the ‘battling grillers’ whose dishes reflect their distinctive styles.
      • The beer has the thick white head and cloudy, unfiltered appearance associated with the style.
      • Maurice is a popular artist and has contributed to numerous group shows and his distinctive style will be familiar to many.
      • There's also the use of rocks, the inclusion of informal ponds, and a less verdant appearance than other styles.
      • His distinctive style, a melange of watercolor and collage, resonates on every page.
      • We are also partnering with home decor licensors to bring distinctively unique styles of wall decor to our retailers.
      • Distinctive styles of local pottery appear around 2500 BC along with Neolithic polished stone axes.
      • His style is distinctive and demanding, but I had mixed feelings about the film.
      • The depth of failure, therefore, produces distinctive styles of intrusion.
      • The question as to how and why some Indigenous footballers play distinctive styles of the game has, as a result, been rarely addressed.
      • Few guitarists can claim to have developed a style as distinctive as his, and rarely has such a weak vocal technique been used so evocatively.

    • 3.2(fashion)

      moda feminine
      the style is currently for a baggier outline actualmente se lleva la ropa más holgada
      • in the style of the 1950s al estilo de los años 50
      • long skirts are back in style las faldas largas vuelven a estar de moda
      • to go out of style pasar de moda
      • to spend money as if / like it's going out of style gastar dinero como si fuera agua
      • Also, keep in mind that certain clothing styles and fabrics offer better protection from the sun than do others.
      • But if the clothing and performance styles resemble those from US hip hop, the music is undeniably Cuban.
      • She had no idea how to navigate through such a big shop and choose her style of clothing.
      • Just get a wide variety of styles and try everything on, and critique the look in the mirror.
      • What follows is a sampling of tech golf shirt styles from a variety of suppliers.
      • Clothing styles and various garments may come and go, but the shoe remains.
      • All kinds of music, all kinds of clothing styles and linguistic impulses pass through there.
      • Big sleeves were in a variety of Chinese clothing styles from various dynasties.
      • Like hats, or certain styles of clothing, some look good on some people, some don't.
      • Men's urban and rural clothing styles vary by region.
      • Primeau said interior design trends tend to reflect the fashion styles of clothing, two years later.
      • As stated above, the key to looking stylish is to avoid wearing an outfit that's too matchy-matchy with colors, styles, or brands.
      • Accepted styles of clothing today incur far less trouble from the weather than did the long women's skirt of the Victorian period.
      • What are your favorite styles or pieces of clothing that defy trends?
      • Since we choose the style of clothing we wear, we in essence can direct how others perceive us based on our objectives.
      • Africans used them to create new styles of clothing appropriate to their needs and identities, which later were called traditional or ‘tribal’ dress.
      • The girls were starved for news of the outside world, so Abbey told them all about the new celebrities, styles of clothing, and types of music.
      • Boxers come in a variety of styles, colors and patterns that give each pair its own personality.
      • What clothing styles, jewelry, scarves, and colors do you suggest to feel confident and look cute in?
      • This time around he went for being modern, by encompassing modern styles and techniques with Chanel's intricate classic designs.

    • 3.3hair style

      peinado masculine

  • 4formal

    (form of address, title)
    título masculine
    • With a living trust, you need to be sure all of your assets and investments are styled in the name of the trust for the rest of your life.
  • 5

    Botany
    estilo masculine
    • Stromules were also observed in epidermal cells of the style and the stigma.
    • This has been used previously to detect ethylene biosynthesis successfully from a variety of flowers and floral tissues including styles and during pollen tube growth.
    • Five pistils were dissected from flowers and the stigmas and styles were mounted on aluminium stubs using carbon paste.
    • As the pistil emerged from the bracts, the style elongated and the stigma expanded markedly in size and, finally, became receptive to pollen.
    • The flowers are purplish-pink, with five petals, and the ovary usually has three styles.

transitive verb

  • 1formal

    (name, designate)
    llamar
    he styles himself Count/Maestro se hace llamar conde/maestro
    • the Action Plan, as the new initiative is styled el Plan de Acción, como se ha dado en llamar a la nueva iniciativa
    • If his future wife is styled Duchess of Cornwall, she will be taking his name, since that is one of his existing titles.
    • Well-known atheist, Richard Dawkins, now styles himself as A Devil's Chaplain, the title of a recent book.
    • But Wirahad won points with the public by styling himself as a reformer advocating the armed forces' retreat from politics.
    • Marsh and Swann team up, styling themselves as ‘the Gilbert And Sullivan of photography’, snapping their clients against imaginative tableau.
    • Sleek modern bikes are aggressively styled with names to match: ‘Pulsar’, ‘Victor’, etc.
    • Hersh styles himself an investigative reporter, but he has a history of coming up with ‘scoops’ that can never be verified by anyone else.
    • A group styling itself, Concerned Parents Against Drugs, claimed responsibility for the attack and said they had seized the drugs from the man they had abducted.
    • The House of Commons, too, was horrified at the notion of a Scottish king styling himself ‘King of Great Britain’.
    • By the time he was 14, Rod was in a skiffle band with schoolmates from Nunthorpe Grammar, styling themselves the Green Corn Boys.
    • Another, styling themselves ‘Kraska’, left a link to a mysterious Russian site.
  • 2

    (design, shape)
    (furniture/clothes/car) diseñar
    to style hair peinar
    • Has the nation, has Congress, has this administration yet had a belly full of Social Security reform, as the president is styling it?
    • It's no mistake that it looks as exotic as a Ferrari: it was styled in-house by the Nam Yang design team in Seoul who took inspiration from, among other things, the Ferrari 456.
    • The seats of the magistrates were all behind us and were styled in pew fashion.
    • The automaker, which designed and styled the vehicle in-house at its Gentro Stile facility, decided to meet that goal by developing two completely different cars.
    • The game doesn't rely on styling your car to gain kudos and cash, although you'll do better in some races if you stick to a saloon car and splash out on what's under the bonnet.
    • This allows users to have text follow an irregular object and can be used for styling text or, for example, naming roads in a diagram.
    • These cuts define how your pants are styled and designed in terms of fit and how they fall.
    • The car was styled by the new design team.
    • At a time when most tract houses were traditionally styled in clapboard or stucco - and not designed by architects - the Eichler stood out.
    • Mallya also plans to have his planes styled by India's leading fashion designers.
    • His trainer says he will soon be ready to design the clothing and style the clients.
    • It's no good just styling the products other people produce.