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style

  

      n  
1    a form of appearance, design, or production; type or make  
a new style of house     
2    the way in which something is done  
good or bad style     
3    the manner in which something is expressed or performed, considered as separate from its intrinsic content, meaning, etc.  
4    a distinctive, formal, or characteristic manner of expression in words, music, painting, etc.  
5    elegance or refinement of manners, dress, etc.  
6    prevailing fashion in dress, looks, etc.  
7    a fashionable or ostentatious mode of existence  
to live in style     
8    the particular mode of orthography, punctuation, design, etc., followed in a book, journal, etc., or in a printing or publishing house  
9      (Chiefly Brit)   the distinguishing title or form of address of a person or firm  
10      (Botany)   the long slender extension of the ovary, bearing the stigma  
11      (Zoology)   a slender pointed structure, such as the piercing mouthparts of certain insects  
12    a method of expressing or calculating dates  
   See       Old Style       New Style  
13       another word for       stylus       1  
14    the arm of a sundial  
      vb   mainly tr  
15    to design, shape, or tailor  
to style hair     
16    to adapt or make suitable (for)  
17    to make consistent or correct according to a printing or publishing style  
18    to name or call; designate  
to style a man a fool     
19    intr   to decorate objects using a style or stylus  
     (C13: from Latin stylus, stilus writing implement, hence characteristics of the writing, style)  
  stylar      adj  
  styler      n  


alpine-style  
      adj  
      adv     (Mountaineering)   of or in an ascent (esp. in high mountains like the Himalayas) in which the climbers carry all their equipment with them in a single ascent from base to summit  
Decorated style   , architecture  
      n   a 14th-century style of English architecture characterized by the ogee arch, geometrical tracery, and floral decoration  
house style  
      n   a set of rules concerning spellings, typography, etc., observed by editorial and printing staff in a particular publishing or printing company  
International Style   , Modernism  
      n   a twentieth-century architectural style characterized by undecorated rectilinear forms and the use of glass, steel, and reinforced concrete  
New Style  
      n   the present method of reckoning dates using the Gregorian calendar  
old style  
      n     (Printing)   a type style reviving the characteristics of old face  
Old Style  
      n   the former method of reckoning dates using the Julian calendar  
   Compare       New Style  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
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stylus  
      n   pl   , -li   , -luses  
1      (Also called)    style          a pointed instrument for engraving, drawing, or writing  
2    a tool used in ancient times for writing on wax tablets, which was pointed at one end and blunt at the other for erasing mistakes  
3    a device attached to the cartridge in the pick-up arm of a record player that rests in the groove in the record, transmitting the vibrations to the sensing device in the cartridge. It consists of or is tipped with a hard material, such as diamond or sapphire  
     (C18: from Latin, variant of stilus writing implement; see style)  
  stylar      adj  


alpine-style  
      adj  
      adv     (Mountaineering)   of or in an ascent (esp. in high mountains like the Himalayas) in which the climbers carry all their equipment with them in a single ascent from base to summit  
Decorated style   , architecture  
      n   a 14th-century style of English architecture characterized by the ogee arch, geometrical tracery, and floral decoration  
house style  
      n   a set of rules concerning spellings, typography, etc., observed by editorial and printing staff in a particular publishing or printing company  
International Style   , Modernism  
      n   a twentieth-century architectural style characterized by undecorated rectilinear forms and the use of glass, steel, and reinforced concrete  
New Style  
      n   the present method of reckoning dates using the Gregorian calendar  
old style  
      n     (Printing)   a type style reviving the characteristics of old face  
Old Style  
      n   the former method of reckoning dates using the Julian calendar  
   Compare       New Style  
style         
      n  
1    a form of appearance, design, or production; type or make  
a new style of house     
2    the way in which something is done  
good or bad style     
3    the manner in which something is expressed or performed, considered as separate from its intrinsic content, meaning, etc.  
4    a distinctive, formal, or characteristic manner of expression in words, music, painting, etc.  
5    elegance or refinement of manners, dress, etc.  
6    prevailing fashion in dress, looks, etc.  
7    a fashionable or ostentatious mode of existence  
to live in style     
8    the particular mode of orthography, punctuation, design, etc., followed in a book, journal, etc., or in a printing or publishing house  
9      (Chiefly Brit)   the distinguishing title or form of address of a person or firm  
10      (Botany)   the long slender extension of the ovary, bearing the stigma  
11      (Zoology)   a slender pointed structure, such as the piercing mouthparts of certain insects  
12    a method of expressing or calculating dates  
   See       Old Style       New Style  
13       another word for       stylus       1  
14    the arm of a sundial  
      vb   mainly tr  
15    to design, shape, or tailor  
to style hair     
16    to adapt or make suitable (for)  
17    to make consistent or correct according to a printing or publishing style  
18    to name or call; designate  
to style a man a fool     
19    intr   to decorate objects using a style or stylus  
     (C13: from Latin stylus, stilus writing implement, hence characteristics of the writing, style)  
  stylar      adj  
  styler      n  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

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style

  

      n  
1    cut, design, form, hand, manner, technique  
2    fashion, mode, rage, trend, vogue  
3    approach, custom, manner, method, mode, way  
4    bon ton, chic, cosmopolitanism, dash, dressiness     (informal)   élan, elegance, fashionableness, flair, grace, panache, polish, refinement, savoir-faire, smartness, sophistication, stylishness, taste, urbanity  
5    affluence, comfort, ease, elegance, gracious living, grandeur, luxury  
6    appearance, category, characteristic, genre, kind, pattern, sort, spirit, strain, tenor, tone, type, variety  
7    diction, expression, mode of expression, phraseology, phrasing, treatment, turn of phrase, vein, wording  
      vb  
8    adapt, arrange, cut, design, dress, fashion, shape, tailor  
9    address, call, christen, denominate, designate, dub, entitle, label, name, term  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

! style v.
to design
[US] I style the furnitures i would like to have in my house

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1. the art of public speaking in which gesture, vocal production, and delivery are emphasized 2.the study of formal speaking in pronunciation, grammar, style, and tone.
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