One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
verb[with object]informal, derogatory
Make (something or someone) very fashionable or up to date in style or influence.‘the cafe has been trendified to look like a wine bar’
- ‘I think it should be re-introduced, and trendified somehow.’
- ‘Face the fact and stop trendifying cultures - it's an insult to those of us who actually have one.’
- ‘She won't be hyped, marketed, trendified, commodified, put in a box - and even though she probably loathes sound-bites as well, she has a way with words when describing her fierce individualism.’
- ‘I need to keep away from magazines and high street stores and everything trendified for a long time.’
- ‘All the other spellings are just horrid and atrocious, and trendifying an extremely beautiful name.’
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