n [C esp sing 尤作单数]
1 ~ (for sth) current or prevailing fashion 流行的或盛行的式样
*a new vogue for low-heeled shoes 低跟鞋新潮流.
2 popular favour or acceptance 风行; 流行
*His novels had a great vogue ten years ago. 他的小说十年前风靡一时. 3(idm 习语) be ,all the `vogue (infml 口) be fashionableor popular everywhere 到处流行或受欢迎. be in/comeinto `vogue be/become fashionable or popular 流行[流行起来]
*Short hair came back into vogue about ten years ago. 大约十年前短发又开始流行起来了.
n [C usually singular, U]
1500-1600; Language: French;Origin:'act of rowing, course, fashion'
, from Old Italian
voga, from vogare 'to row'
a popular and fashionable style, activity, method etc
= fashionvogue for the vogue for large families in the pre-war yearsbe in vogue/be the vogue Short skirts are very much in vogue just now. Suntanning first came into vogue in the mid-1930s.
1. His novels had a great vogue ten years ago. 他的小说十年前风靡一时.