[ UK /tɹˈɛndi/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹɛndi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. in accord with the latest fad
    voguish terminology
    trendy ideas
    trendy clothes
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How To Use trendy In A Sentence

  • He writes for some trendy magazine for the under-30s.
  • The crowd is a mix between trendy hotel visitors and posh Londoners.
  • It is just another London borough, full of trendy rich people who do not appreciate the better things in life.
  • We will all be 50 and I would like to look cool and trendy rather than old and frumpy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Did you know that sacking-like scratchy large-weave fabric with vaguely hairy fibres, the stuff they put on display screens and trendy flower arrangements, is called Hessian?
  • But the trend has begun to change, owing to the availability of cheaper and trendy handsets, affordable pricing and relevant services.
  • Another popular sandal is the Lagoon sandal, which comes in a wide variety of trendy colors, like blues and greens.
  • His clothes were trendy, and his rugged features were really incredibly attractive.
  • I realize that I'm not the most trendy person around but what is up with dressing children in camouflage?
  • There are three bars, with live entertainment in the trendy Platform 1 bar.
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