How to use "vogue" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "vogue" in popular movie and book plots

  • Because of the vogue for crowdfunding, they have a hard time getting an original name that is not already taken.  - Go Fund Yourself
  • He revolts against the oppression one day against the illegal child labour in vogue at his place.  - Amanush (2010 film)
  • Anna learns about the procedure through sensational newspapers and Life magazine, which advertises the operation as the new vogue in American medicine.  - A Hole in One
  • Time Magazine: An extremely funny 15-minute film, may be taken as a solemn leg-pull of the recent vogue for dribble-and-splotch painters, those athletic canvas-coverers whose style owes less to Van Gogh's brush technique than to Stan Laurel's custard pie stance.  - Day of the Painter
  • He revolts against the oppression one day against the illegal child labour in vogue at his place.  - Nenu
  • They go to a restaurant that uses gynoids to mimic the English vogue of killing Lilim.  - Dead Girls
  • When asked why the film is called Out 1, Rivette responded, "I chose 'Out' as the opposite of the vogue word 'in', which had caught on in France and which I thought was silly.  - Out 1
  • The series was notable for presenting a vampire character drawn from European folklore rather than the refined Anne Rice model that was in vogue at the time.  - Nosferatu: Plague of Terror
  • Vladimir explains that Britain's lax attitude to anarchism endangers his own country, and he reasons that an attack on 'science', which he claims is the current vogue amongst the public, will provide the necessary outrage for suppression.  - The Secret Agent

Example sentences for "vogue" in interesting articles

  • The habit of smoking ‘madak’ though already in vogue in eastern parts of India, was looked down upon in some other societies. Nevertheless, every province had its share of percentage of regular users as well as a large number of people who used opium only on special occasions.  - Opium, Empire, and India
  • Yet there is currently a vogue to recruit and train principals who have little or no education experience.  - The Myth of Charter Schools
  • At that time the opposit aproach of Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) was the vogue for high performance computing which became multi CPU for Cray and IBM.  - New NSA Leak Shows MITM Attacks Against Major Internet Services
  • Branding them (or anyone for that matter) a terrorist group seems to be in vogue these days.  - Telstra Fears LulzSec Attacks, Hesitates On Internet Filter
  • In the private sector, the vogue was “expert systems,” niche products like a pile-selection system, which helped designers choose materials for building foundations, and the Automated Cable Expertise program, which ingested and summarized telephone-cable maintenance reports.In GEB, Hofstadter was calling for an approach to AI concerned less with solving human problems intelligently than with understanding human intelligence—at precisely the moment that such an approach, having borne so little fruit, was being abandoned.  - The Man Who Would Teach Machines to Think
  • Among the artsy eastern prep-school graduates who composed the campus's tastemaking elite, philosophy was in vogue just then, especially the arcane linguistic variety that allowed one to brandish Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, whereas engineering was deemed unsuitable for anyone other than indentured Third Worlders whose governments were paying their tuition in return for future work designing missiles and irrigation projects.This had been V's deal.  - Lost in the Meritocracy (2005)
  • These chemicals came into vogue after their predecessors, called PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyl ethers), were banned in 1979.  - Toxins That Threaten Our Brains
  • And unless you take the time to actually weigh out the exact amount of grounds for a simple, minimalist pour-over, as is in vogue among baristas testing new extremes of consumer annoyance, people are likely to overestimate and overuse.  - The K-Cup Coffee Pod Problem
  • These chemicals came into vogue after their predecessors, called PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyl ethers), were banned in 1979.  - The Toxins That Threaten Our Brains
  • But they’re opaque, hiding their secrets behind layers of complexity. How can we deal with the power that algorithms may exert on us? How can we better understand where they might be wronging us?Transparency is the vogue response to this problem right now.  - Rage Against the Algorithms

Meaning of "vogue" in English

  • the popular taste at a given time
    - he followed current trends
    - the 1920s had a style of their own
  • a current state of general acceptance and use

Meaning of "vogue" in Hindi

  • ढंग ( Dhang)
  • रीति ( Riti, reeti)
  • प्रचार ( Prachar, prachaar)
  • चाल ( Chal, chaal)
  • लोकाचार ( Lokachar, lokaachaar)
  • लोकप्रियता ( Lokapriyata, lokapriyataa)
  • प्रचलन ( Prachalan)
  • प्रचलन में होना

Synonyms of "vogue"

  • trend
  • style
  • currency

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