n. 方式; 作风; 款式
v. 把…设计成; 称呼
The style of something is the general way in which it is done or presented, which often shows the attitudes of the people involved.
Our children's different needs and learning styles created many problems...
Belmont Park is a broad sweeping track which will suit the European style of running...
If people or places have style, they are smart and elegant.
Bournemouth, you have to admit, has style...
Both love doing things in style...
The style of a product is its design.
His 50 years of experience have given him strong convictions about style...
Several styles of hat were available.
In the arts, a particular style is characteristic of a particular period or group of people.
...six scenes in the style of a classical Greek tragedy.
...a mixture of musical styles.
If something such as a piece of clothing, a vehicle, or someone's hair is styled in a particular way, it is designed or shaped in that way.
His thick blond hair had just been styled before his trip.
...classically styled clothes.
If you say that something is not someone's style, you mean that it is not the way in which they usually do things, or it is different from the sort of thing they usually like.
Mr Blair was not off guard. That is not his style...
To be honest, the house is not quite our style.
1. a particular kind (as to appearance);
2. how something is done or how it happens;
3. a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period;
4. distinctive and stylish elegance;
5. the popular taste at a given time;
6. (botany) the narrow elongated part of the pistil between the ovary and the stigma
7. editorial directions to be followed in spelling and punctuation and capitalization and typographical display
8. a pointed tool for writing or drawing or engraving;
9. a slender bristlelike or tubular process;
1. designate by an identifying term;
2. make consistent with a certain fashion or style;
3. make consistent with certain rules of style;
in style (或 in grand style)
The matter in your essay is excellent but the style is deplorable.
The two writers are not dissimilar in style.
Good, you have exactly hit off the writer's style.
The scholar discoursed at great length on the poetic style of John Keats.
This painting exemplifies the artist's early style.