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noun, suru verb, no adjective

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English Meaning(s) for 流行

noun, suru verb, no adjective
  1. fashion; fad; vogue; craze

Definition and Synonyms for 流行

Currency general acceptance or use
Synonyms: 流行, 通用
Popularity the quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after
Synonyms: ポピュラリティー, 人受け, 人望, 人気, 人気, 人気, 信望, 大衆性, 好評, 流行, 英名, 衆望, 評判
Trend the popular taste at a given time
Synonyms: トレンド, 好尚, 時好, 流行, 流行る, 潮流, 趨勢, 趨向, 風潮
Epidemic a widespread outbreak of an infectious disease
Synonyms: 流行
Vogue a current state of general acceptance and use
Synonyms: ボーグ, 時好, 流行, 流行る
Epidemic many people are infected at the same time
Synonyms: 流行

Meanings for each kanji in 流行

current; a sink; flow; forfeit Kanji Details »
going; journey Kanji Details »

Categories 流行 is a member of

Quality an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone
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Prevalence the quality of prevailing generally
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Taste delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values)
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Irruption a sudden violent spontaneous occurrence (usually of some undesirable condition)
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Acceptance the state of being acceptable and accepted
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 流行

Sample Sentences for 流行

Is this dress the latest fashion?
She follows all the latest trends in fashion.
Long skirts are in fashion.
Thus, internationalization has become a fashionable slogan for the Japanese.
It is the in thing to do.

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