|postwar fashion||New Look|
|(Geology) fold shown on a map as concentrically arranged contour patterns whose amplitude decreases to zero in a regular fashion in two directions, dome-shaped, parallel to outside wall||periclinal|
|(Geology) fold shown on a map as concentrically arranged contour patterns whose amplitude decreases to zero in a regular fashion in two directions, fold in rock, mineral with long white crystals||pericline|
|(Scottish) vex; annoy; trouble, (Slang) fashion; (Scottish) vexation; worry, fear; care trouble; annoyance, fashionable||fash|
|accessary, additional, assisting in crime, criminal helper, fashion article, optional part, supplementary part; something which compliments an outfit (i.e. purse, scarf, etc.); partner in crime, one who helps another commit a crime (Law), auxiliary, ai...||accessory|
|accomplished artist, designer, hairdresser, writer or speaker who has mastered a particular style; member of the fashion industry (fashion designer, beauty consultant, etc.)||stylist|
|admires oneself in an exaggerated fashion; in love with oneself||narcissistic|
|affairs, aim, apparatus, belongings, concern, deed, detail, fashion, garment, ideal, living creature, object, article; fact; matter; fabrication; idea, occurrence, preferred activity, strong like or dislike, unspecified item, what can be possessed, wor...||thing|
|airstrip, strip of pavement on which airplanes take off and land, chute for logs, extension of stage into audience, platform used in fashion shows, strip for aircraft landings and takeoffs, track||runway|
|alley, be sharp, change direction sharply, change scene, delete data, dilute, divide deck of cards, divide something with sharp tool, divided, dividing of deck of cards, edit movie or video, fashion a garment, garment style, grow teeth through gums, ha...||cut|
|amok, frenzy; act of running about in a frenzy, crazed, frenzied; confused, disorderly (also amok), in a crazed or frenzied manner; confusedly, in a disorderly fashion (also amok)||amuck|
|amuck, confusedly, crazed, frenzied; confused, disorderly (also amuck), in a crazed or frenzied manner; confusedly, in a disorderly fashion (also amuck), insanity, madness; frenzied murderous state, out of control||amok|
|art exhibition or gallery, drawing room, reception room; gathering of intellectuals or leaders in a drawing room; art gallery, exhibition hall for works of art; beauty parlor, business offering services related to fashion or beauty, expensive clothes s...||salon|
|ascribe a meaning to, execute a computer program, explain, clarify, elucidate; orally translate from one language to another; understand or explain in a particular way; act out a part in a particular fashion, find the meaning of something, perform some...||interpret|
|avant-garde, contemporary, fashionable, according to current styles of fashion; served with ice cream on the side (i.e. with cake or pie)||a la mode|
|be crazy; be infatuated; crack, fad, rage, fashion||craze|
|be focused, move in circular fashion, recur, rotate, turn, spin; encircle, move in a circle around a central point; think about, contemplate, turning stage||revolve|
|book containing grammatical and typographical rules for writers and editors; book of laws of fashion, publishing guide||stylebook|
|briefly fashionable, faddy, given to fads, trendy, of a passing fashion, of a fad||faddish|
|by breaking in, in a thieving or burglarious fashion||burglariously|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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