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trendy  

  ( trendier    comparative)   ( trendiest    superlative  )
1       adj   If you say that something or someone is trendy, you mean that they are very fashionable and modern.  
INFORMAL   ...a trendy London night club.     
2       adj   If you describe someone who follows new ideas as trendy, you disapprove of them because they are more interested in being fashionable than in thinking seriously about these ideas.  
INFORMAL   usu ADJ n     (disapproval)    Trendy teachers are denying children the opportunity to study classic texts.     
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trendy  

1   
      adj   fashionable, flash     (informal)   in     (slang)   in fashion, in vogue, latest, modish, now     (informal)   stylish, up to the minute, voguish, with it     (informal)  
2   
      n   poser     (informal)   pseud     (informal)  

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trend, tend, tragedy, tread

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n.
trendy young woman
widely used in the 20's for women who looked and acted unconventionally (wore short skirts, "bob" haircut, were jazz fans, smoked and drank)

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