trendy

[ tren-dee ]
/ ˈtrɛn di /

adjective, trend·i·er, trend·i·est.

of, in, or pertaining to the latest trend or style.
following the latest trends or fashions; up-to-date or chic: the trendy young generation.
appealing to faddish taste: a trendy hotel.

noun, plural trend·ies.

a trendy person, place, object, or idea.

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Origin of trendy

First recorded in 1960–65; trend + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM trendy

trend·i·ly, adverbtrend·i·ness, nounun·trend·y, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for trendy

trendy
/ (ˈtrɛndɪ) British informal, often derogatory /

adjective trendier or trendiest

consciously fashionable

noun plural trendies

a trendy person

Derived forms of trendy

trendily, adverbtrendiness, noun
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