For just $15, you can join this deliciously fun and retro pool party in San Diego (and dare we say it, the entire West Coast).
“I was delighted to collaborate,” he said in the interview with retro Report.
Back in retro land, Esquire reprises its famous 2000 Bill Clinton “crotch shot” with Halle Berry.
Not only is Paleo flipping evolution upside down, but a second retro diet for future health, the Okinawa, comes in at number six.
By now, Band of Outsiders has become known for these Polaroid campaigns, with their retro veneer and warm Californian light.
I went home with a satisfied conscience, murmuring, Per la impacciata via, retro al suo duce.
He turned the retro gun over slowly; it was just a gun; there were countless others like it.
And while Luise hadn't concealed that she was a retro and so had given herself away, he wasn't going to make that mistake.
The women of the Balkan – buried under provocative mask-like make up, retro hairstyles and too narrow dresses.
Scio me retro ad inspiciendam altitudinem mulieris frequentius organi mentionem fecisse quod Graecitas dioptran vocat.
1974, from French rétro (1973), supposedly first used of a revival c.1968 of Eva Peron-inspired fashions and short for rétrograde (see retrograde). There is an isolated use in English from 1768, and the word apparently was used in 19c. French as a term in billiards. As a noun, short for retro-rocket (1948) from 1961.
word-forming element meaning "backwards; behind," from Latin retro (prep.) "backward, back, behind," also of time, "formerly, in past times," probably originally the ablative form of *reteros, based on re- "back" (see re-).
L. retro stands to re- as intro, "in, within"; to in, "in," and as citro, "hither," stands to cis, "on this side." [Klein]Common in combinations in post-classical Latin (the classical equivalent was post-). Active in English as a word-forming element from mid-20c.
Backward; back: retroposition.
Situated behind: retroperitoneum.
Nostalgic; historically resurrectional: I'm going to give them retro names like Madge or Verna or Ralph
A retrospective art exhibit, movie festival, etc: the Bleecker's current Godard retro
[1974+; fr retrospective]