style

style
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.) stil; mote, fasong
2) (a fashion in clothes etc: the latest Paris styles; I don't like the new style of shoe.) mote
3) (elegance in dress, behaviour etc: She certainly has style.) stil
2. verb
1) (to arrange (hair) in a certain way: I'm going to have my hair cut and styled.) lage/få ny hårfasong
2) (to design in a certain style: These chairs/clothes are styled for comfort.) tegne, gi stilpreg
- stylishly
- stylishness
- stylist
- in style
mote
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stil
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subst. \/staɪl\/
1) stil
2) stilart, stilepoke
3) språk, skrivemåte, språkbehandling
written in a delightful style
skrevet på et vakkert språk
4) teknikk, fremstillingsmåte
5) væremåte, opptreden, omgangsform, maner
he has a patronizing style
han har en nedlatende væremåte
6) type, sort, modell, utførelse, fasong
made in all sizes and styles
7) stil, eleganse
8) mote
dressed in the latest style
kledd i siste mote
9) stil, tidsregning
10) tittel
assume the style of Colonel
gi seg selv tittelen oberst
11) (handel) firmanavn, firmamerke
under the style of
under firmanavnet
12) (kunst) etsenål
13) (kunst) kunstretning, stil(art)
14) (historisk) stylus, griffel, skrivestift
15) (på solur) viser
16) (botanikk) griffel
bad style dårlig stil ufin væremåte, ufin opptreden
do things in style gjøre noe i stor stil gjøre noe med stil
good style god stil fin væremåte, fin opptreden
informal style (om språk) ledig stil
in style elegant, flott, moderne i stor stil standsmessig
in the old style i den gamle stilen, på gammel maner
live in a style beyond one's means leve over evne
live in grand style leve flott, føre et stort hus
style of life livsform, livsstil
that's not my style (hverdagslig) det er ikke min type
that's not my style of film
det er ikke min type film
det er ikke min stil
II
verb \/staɪl\/
1) utforme, forme, skape
carefully styled prose
omhyggelig utformet prosa
2) formgi, designe, lage modell til, tegne
3) gjøre moteriktig
4) gi stilpreg
5) (typografi) redigere, vaske
style a manuscript
redigere et manuskript
6) titulere, benevne, kalle
he is styled 'Colonel'
han tituleres «oberst»
7) betegne som
it is styled folly
det betegnes som galskap
8) (om hår) frisere, style
style oneself gi seg selv tittelen ..., kalle seg ...

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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