style

style
I [staɪl]
nome
1) (manner) stile m. (anche letter.)

in the neoclassical style — in stile neoclassico

2) (elegance) classe f., stile m.

to bring a touch of style to — dare un tocco di classe a

to win in style — vincere alla grande

to do things in style — fare le cose in grande stile

3) (design) (of car, clothing) modello m.; (of house) tipo m.
4) (fashion) moda f.

the latest style — l'ultima moda

5) (approach) stile m., modo m. di fare

I don't like your style — non mi piace il tuo stile o il tuo modo di fare

6) (hairstyle) taglio m.
7) -style in composti

Californian-style — in stile californiano

Italian-style — all'italiana

II 1. [staɪl]
verbo transitivo
1) (design) disegnare, progettare [car, kitchen, building]; disegnare, creare [collection, dress]
2) (cut) acconciare, tagliare [hair]
2.
verbo riflessivo

to style oneself doctor — farsi chiamare o attribuirsi il titolo di dottore

* * *
1. noun
1) (a manner or way of doing something, eg writing, speaking, painting, building etc: different styles of architecture; What kind of style are you going to have your hair cut in?; a new hairstyle.) stile
2) (a fashion in clothes etc: the latest Paris styles; I don't like the new style of shoe.) stile
3) (elegance in dress, behaviour etc: She certainly has style.) stile, classe
2. verb
1) (to arrange (hair) in a certain way: I'm going to have my hair cut and styled.) acconciare, pettinare
2) (to design in a certain style: These chairs/clothes are styled for comfort.) disegnare, progettare
- stylishly
- stylishness
- stylist
- in style
* * *
I [staɪl]
nome
1) (manner) stile m. (anche letter.)

in the neoclassical style — in stile neoclassico

2) (elegance) classe f., stile m.

to bring a touch of style to — dare un tocco di classe a

to win in style — vincere alla grande

to do things in style — fare le cose in grande stile

3) (design) (of car, clothing) modello m.; (of house) tipo m.
4) (fashion) moda f.

the latest style — l'ultima moda

5) (approach) stile m., modo m. di fare

I don't like your style — non mi piace il tuo stile o il tuo modo di fare

6) (hairstyle) taglio m.
7) -style in composti

Californian-style — in stile californiano

Italian-style — all'italiana

II 1. [staɪl]
verbo transitivo
1) (design) disegnare, progettare [car, kitchen, building]; disegnare, creare [collection, dress]
2) (cut) acconciare, tagliare [hair]
2.
verbo riflessivo

to style oneself doctor — farsi chiamare o attribuirsi il titolo di dottore


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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