Definition of trendy in English:

trendy

adjective

informal
  • Very fashionable or up to date in style or influence.

    ‘I enjoyed being able to go out and buy trendy clothes’
    • ‘He said he offered a range of services, including trendy cuts, highlighting and other general men's cuts.’
    • ‘But the road is a different cup of tea for the more affluent and trendy Jakartans.’
    • ‘Hip young Indians sipping tequilas and strutting their designer gear in trendy bars and discos are now commonplace.’
    • ‘She tries to make it four times a week and rewards her dedication with trendy clothes.’
    • ‘Some awful trendy logo which would go out of fashion in a few months?’
    • ‘You are only slowing down your own growth rate through symbolic, righteous and trendy protest.’
    • ‘And a host of trendy fashion houses are clamouring to be the first to get the designs on their shelves.’
    • ‘Each doll also comes with an extra face plate, trendy fashions and a cool messenger bag.’
    • ‘In fact, I have a feeling that what endears the place to me is its almost meticulous lack of trendy design.’
    • ‘He's a busy man but takes time out to play golf and put together a chic and trendy photo book every year.’
    • ‘The classy curls, gels, trendy perms, and chic colours have not seemed to inspire us!’
    • ‘And so it becomes more and more chic in trendy places to drink wine from foreign countries.’
    • ‘If you think their wish list is headed by the latest toys or trendy clothes, guess again.’
    • ‘It is tempting for trendy writers to portray him as a tool of rich imperialists oppressing the poor convicts.’
    • ‘One can be trendy and fashionable and still keep in touch with one's cultural roots.’
    • ‘The clothes are vibrant, trendy and snazzy, just the right type for your child.’
    • ‘There are trendy surf-style shops and local designers doing their thing.’
    • ‘Well it's their level: a funky, trendy marketing fad, that is quite probably pointless.’
    • ‘Police have warned trendy youngsters to take care with their designer baseball caps in a bid to halt a spate of thefts.’
    • ‘Little wonder consumers care a great deal for this trendy fashion accessory.’
    fashionable, in fashion, in vogue, stylish, modish, chic, designer, up to date, up to the minute, latest, contemporary, popular, all the rage
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noun

informal
  • A person who is very fashionable or up to date.

    • ‘They weren't there to acclaim him as the toiler's friend - but to tell him not to put them out of work just to satisfy some smug trendies on the mainland.’
    • ‘All types of businesses are now investing in design - it's not just young trendies who want to work, or shop, in a designer environment.’
    • ‘Recently the Festival has been under the spell of one of those tiresome trendies who use the great works of the past as a profitable vehicle to peddle their fashionable nostrums.’
    • ‘It attracts an odd mix of low-life, travellers, inner-city trendies and tourists looking for a big night out.’
    • ‘But, added Emma, apart from school trendies, ‘only real fashion victims can carry off the look well,’ and she warned: ‘You also need to be a certain shape.’’
    • ‘Good idea until all the young trendies insisted it was cool.’
    • ‘Only yesterday, sleeveless tops and short frivolous skirts were being boasted by Rome's young and trendies.’
    • ‘Actually, most of her on-stage communists are just silly trendies, noisy young men with heads full of nonsense.’
    • ‘Selling my label to fashion-conscious trendies and dressing artists, musicians and celebs.’
    • ‘They are even catering to the trendies by giving away their used coffee grounds for fertiliser, and promoting various other politically correct causes.’
    • ‘For ever and ever the trendies, the sophisticates and the beautiful people have painted us on the right side of politics as boring squares, joyless fanatics, religious nutcases, and monoethnic bigots.’
    • ‘The insular isolation of the media trendies who live and work here is one of the things we are supposed to laugh at, but the scripts themselves are guilty of a similar short-sightedness.’
    • ‘Opening on an amazingly lifelike set, this play, set in two semi-detached houses featured the new trendies on one side, and the old unmovable on the other.’
    • ‘The crowd are an uneasy alliance of asymmetric-haired trendies and what may be their polar opposite: nervous, bespectacled thirty-something men who look like they regularly won the maths prize at school.’
    • ‘Perhaps not as classy as the likes of the Blue Bar or Ling Ling, this is a great place to go and have a chilled night out without having to worry about posers and wannabe trendies.’
    • ‘Its cappuccino bars are packed with young trendies straight from Woodstock - only with iPods and G3 mobile phones.’
    • ‘Just like French films - in which the Eiffel Tower is visible outside every window - Japanese young trendies all live in slick digs looking out over Tokyo Tower.’
    • ‘Regulars are a combination of young trendies, moneyed bankers and bohemian artists and musicians, the kind of eclectic mix that makes for great bar side banter.’
    • ‘Above those you had trendies, these were people who followed fake fashions like bomber jackets and wearing labels just to be what they called trendy.’
    • ‘But this new process eliminates both the trendies and the payment.’

Pronunciation

trendy

/ˈtrendē//ˈtrɛndi/