chic

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şık
şıklık
sık
{s} modaya uygun
(isim) şıklık
elegant
zarif

Genç adam zarif giyinmişti. - The young man was dressed elegantly.

Bugün Mary zarif dekoratif gözlük takıyor. - Today Mary is wearing elegant decorative glasses.

elegant
{s} şık

Juan'ın gömleği benimki kadar şık. - Juan's shirt is as elegant as mine.

Manuela'nın elbiseleri çok şık. - Manuela's dresses are very elegant.

elegant
elegantlyzarafetle
elegant
{s} mükemmel
elegant
latif
chicness
şıklık
elegant
güzel

Bir güzellik salonunda hoş ve mutlu bir zaman geçirmeye ne dersin? - How about spending an elegant and blissful time at a beauty salon?

Şanzelize Caddesi çok güzel ve çok şıktır. - The Avenue of the Champs Elysées is very beautiful and very elegant.

elegant
düzenli
elegant
ince
chicest
en sık
chicness
siklik
fashionable or chic
moda ya da sık
radical-chic
radikal-chic
chicly
şık bir şekilde
elegant
{s} kibar

Brownlar kibar ve mutlu bir ailedir. - The Browns are an elegant and happy family.

elegant
üstün
elegant
{s} çok iyi
elegant
{s} hoş

Bir güzellik salonunda hoş ve mutlu bir zaman geçirmeye ne dersin? - How about spending an elegant and blissful time at a beauty salon?

elegant
{s} zekice
elegant
nezaketle
elegant
nazik
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Good form; style
elegant
{s} elegant, fashionable, trendy, stylish, modish
elegance by virtue of being fashionable
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elegant and stylish; "chic elegance"; "a smart new dress"; "a suit of voguish cut"
Adopting or setting current fashions and styles; sophisticated
Something or someone that is chic is fashionable and sophisticated. Her gown was very French and very chic. = stylish
{i} elegance and sophistication of style
elegance by virtue of being fashionable elegant and stylish; "chic elegance"; "a smart new dress"; "a suit of voguish cut
stylishness and elegance: "Paris is the city for timeless bargain chic, in almost any category," says Rachel Kaplan in her shopping guide
Original and in good taste or form
Chic is used to refer to a particular style or to the quality of being chic. French designer chic. very fashionable and expensive, and showing good judgement of what is attractive and good style
chicly
In a chic or fashionable way

She was chicly attired in a black dress.

geek chic
The notion that hi-tech gadgets are cool
geek chic
The notion that geeks are cool
heroin chic
A fashion trend begun in the late 1990s revolving around models who bore characteristics of heroin addicts
scruffy chic
Stylish rather than fashionable
scruffy chic
Classy with out appearing to make an effort
scruffy chic
A form of the expression "Shabby Chic"
scruffy chic
Having the characteristics of style and lovable scruffiness combined
tongue-in-chic
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tongue-in-chic
Mistaken form of tongue-in-cheek
très chic
An expression that something is in style and/or desirable

Très chic, très hip, très sexy! Vassy’s infinite inspiration can be credited to a multitude of fascinating influences... -.

chicer
comparative of chic
chicest
superlative of chic
chicly
fashionably, stylishly
chicness
{i} stylishness, fashionableness
chicness
The state of being chic
chics
plural of chic
radical chic
an affectation of radical left-wing views and the fasionable dress and lifestyle that goes with them
chic

    Турецкое произношение

    şik

    Произношение

    /ˈsʜēk/ /ˈʃiːk/

    Этимология

    [ shEk ] (noun.) 1856. 1855, from French chic from German Schick "elegance, tact, style, skill", from Middle High German schicken "to outfit oneself, fit in, arrange appropriately", causative of Middle High German geschehen, geschēn "to happen, rush" from Old High German giskehan "to happen" from Proto-Germanic *skixanan (“to run, move quickly”) from Proto-Indo-European *skek- (“to run, jump, spring”). Akin to Old English scēon "to happen", Dutch schielijk "hasty".

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