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muy de moda
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (really in vogue)
a. very fashionable
La "sororidad" es un término muy de moda en círculos feministas."Sisterhood" is a very fashionable term in feminist circles.
b. very much in fashion
Las pestañas largas estaban muy de moda en los sesenta.Long eyelashes were very much in fashion in the sixties.
c. very trendy
Está muy de moda dejarse barba.Growing a beard is very trendy.
d. very much in style
El yoyó es un juguete que estuvo muy de moda cuando yo era niña.The yo-yo is a toy that was very much in style when I was a kid.
e. really in
El amarillo mostaza es un color que está muy de moda esta temporada.Mustard yellow is a color that's really in this season.
f. very popular
Dicen que la serie estará protagonizada por una actriz muy de moda.They say a very popular actress will play the lead in the show.
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