♦ fashionable

♦ fashionable /ˈfæʃnəbl/
a.
1 alla moda; di moda: a fashionable dress, un abito alla moda; a fashionable theory, una teoria di moda; to become fashionable, diventare di moda; entrare in voga
2 (di persona) (che veste) alla moda; elegante
fashionableness
n. [u]
l'essere alla moda; eleganza
fashionably
avv.
alla moda; con eleganza.

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