简明英汉词典

vogue
[vEu^]
n.
时尚, 时髦, 风气, 流行, 风行
adj.
流行的, 时髦的

美国传统词典[双解]

vogue
vogue
AHD:[v?g]
D.J.[voug]
K.K.[vog]
n.(名词)

(1)

The prevailing fashion, practice, or style:
流行物:盛行很广的时尚、惯例或款式:
Hoop skirts were once the vogue.
圈环裙一度曾是时尚

(2)

Popular acceptance or favor; popularity:
流行,风尚,时髦:普遍的接受或喜欢;普及:
a party game no longer in vogue.See Synonyms at fashion
不再时髦的集体游戏参见 fashion

语源

(1)

French
法语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

probably from voguer [to sail, row] * see wegh-
可能源自 voguer [航行,划船] *参见 wegh-

注释
The history of the word vogue takes us back from the abstract world of fashion to the concrete actions of moving in a vehicle and rowing a boat, demonstrating how sense can change dramatically over time even though it flows, as it were, in the same channel. The history of vogue begins with the Indo-European root .wegh-, meaning “to go, transport in a vehicle.” Among many other forms derived from this root was the Germanic stem .w?, “water in motion.” From this stem came the Old Low German verb wog?, meaning “to sway, rock.” This verb passed into Old French as voguer, which meant “to sail, row.” The Old French word yielded the noun vogue, which probably literally meant “a rowing,” and so “a course,”and figuratively “reputation” and then “reputation of fashionable things” or “prevailing fashion,” which involve courses, so to speak. The French passed the noun on to us, it being first recorded in English in 1571.
vogue 一词的历史把我们从抽象世界的时尚带回到在车辆里移动和划船的具体行为, 显示出尽管意义象以前一样在同一个轨道上变化,但它能越过时间发生引人瞩目的变化。vogue 的历史起源于印欧词根 wegh-, 意思是“走,在车辆里运行”。 从此词根发展出许多别的词形,如日尔曼词干wega- ,“运动的水。” 古低地德语动词wogon 从此词干而来,意思是“摆动,震动。” 这个动词以voguer 的形式传入,意为“航行,划。” 古法语词又产生出名词vogue, 字面上的意义可能是“一次划船,”并转为“一个过程,”并且其喻义为“名声”,而后为“流行东西的名声”或“流行的时尚,”可以说它包含着一些过程。法语把这个名词传给我们,于1571年最早被录入英语

现代英汉词典

vogue
[vEJ^]
n.

(1)

时髦;时兴;流行

(2)

受欢迎

习惯用语

in vogue
流行;时髦

现代英汉综合大辞典

vogue
[vEu^]
n.

(1)

时髦; 时兴; 流行; 普遍使用[接受]

(2)

时髦的事物[人物], 流行物
a mere passing vogue
仅仅是一时风尚
the vogues for the last century
上一世纪的风尚
a style in vogue
流行的式样
The song had a great vogue at one time.
这首歌曾风行一时。

词性变化

vogue
[vEu^]
adj.
时髦的, 流行的
a vogue word
时髦的字眼

继承用法

vogue-guish
adj.

voguey
[`vEJ^I]
n.

习惯用语

all the vogue
最新流行品最新式样; 十分流行, 到处受欢迎

be in (full) vogue
(十分)流行

be out of vogue
已不流行

bring into vogue
使流行, 使时兴

come into vogue
开始流行

give vogue to
使流行

have a great [short] vogue
非常[不很]流行

英文相关词典

vogue
fashion    mode    popularity    style    

美国传统词典

vogue
vogue
AHD:[v?g]
D.J.[voug]
K.K.[vog]
n.

(1)

The prevailing fashion, practice, or style:
Hoop skirts were once the vogue.

(2)

Popular acceptance or favor; popularity:
a party game no longer in vogue.See Synonyms at fashion

语源

(1)

French

(2)

from Old French

(3)

probably from voguer [to sail, row] * see wegh-

注释
The history of the word vogue takes us back from the abstract world of fashion to the concrete actions of moving in a vehicle and rowing a boat, demonstrating how sense can change dramatically over time even though it flows, as it were, in the same channel. The history of vogue begins with the Indo-European root .wegh-, meaning “to go, transport in a vehicle.” Among many other forms derived from this root was the Germanic stem .w?, “water in motion.” From this stem came the Old Low German verb wog?, meaning “to sway, rock.” This verb passed into Old French as voguer, which meant “to sail, row.” The Old French word yielded the noun vogue, which probably literally meant “a rowing,” and so “a course,”and figuratively “reputation” and then “reputation of fashionable things” or “prevailing fashion,” which involve courses, so to speak. The French passed the noun on to us, it being first recorded in English in 1571.

英汉纺织大词典

vogue
n.时尚,流行,时髦

英汉化学大词典

vogue
n.流行;adj.流行的

英汉计算机大词典

vogue
n.流行;adj.流行的

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