English to Welsh Meaning of vogue - vogue


Vogue :
vogue

symudiad, ymddygiad, cynnig, arfer, ffasiwn, defnydd, arian cyfred, cadw, poblogrwydd

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Definitions of vogue in English
Noun(1) the popular taste at a given time(2) a current state of general acceptance and use
Examples of vogue in English
(1) The popularity of the stage ballet intensified a vogue for social dancing and for the staging of private divertissements in the homes of the nobility and the bourgeoisie.(2) By the 1980s people were sick of chemicalised foods, and a vogue for real bread, real beer and organic products grew up.(3) She can rap, she can vogue , she can do bondage and ballads, but one thing she can't be is clean-cut.(4) Trash cinema has become the vogue topic for film scholars.(5) Dance films were in vogue in the 1980s.(6) Who better to appreciate one outrageous ride that lets you adventure all day and vogue all night, with barely a car wash in between?(7) As for the situation in the 1940s, according to the vogue standards of the day, a gentleman should equip himself with a soft felt hat, a business suit, a shirt, and a pair of shoes.(8) Incentives were in vogue even in the early 1950s.(9) Colleagues in the fields of literature and film will likewise draw our attention to the vogue for sequels and prequels based on works written by others long after the involvement of the original author.(10) Mostly, the ÔÇÿgirl crushÔÇÖ seems to be a vogue phrase for something that has been around for a long time: a fawning but nonsexual interest one woman has in another.(11) The current vogue for silent film screenings accompanied by live music is truly international.(12) Trends in gardening come and go, but individuality and aesthetics will always be in vogue .(13) There was a brief vogue for black brick in the 60s, and all the buildings looked just like this.(14) After his sojourn at Versailles, he brought with him a vogue for French and Continental cuisine.(15) Florida is responsible for the vogue notion that the growth and prosperity of modern cities are fuelled by the ÔÇÿcreative classÔÇÖ, and the extent to which a city caters for their tastes and interests.(16) In the 18th and 19th centuries, there was a vogue for the building of follies on the estates of landowners.
Related Phrases of vogue
(1) in vogue ::
yn ffasiynol
(2) be in vogue ::
fod yn ffasiynol
Synonyms
Noun
1. fashion ::
ffasiwn
2. trend ::
tuedd
3. fad ::
fad
4. craze ::
craze
5. rage ::
rage
6. enthusiasm ::
brwdfrydedd
7. passion ::
angerdd
8. obsession ::
obsesiwn
9. mania ::
mania
11. popularity ::
poblogrwydd
12. currency ::
arian cyfred
13. favor ::
ffafrio
Different Forms
vogue, vogues
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