trend 1 of 2 noun ˈtrend Synonyms of trend 1 a : a prevailing tendency or inclination : drift current trends in education b : a general movement : swing the trend toward suburban living c : a current style or preference : vogue new fashion trends d : a line of development : approach new trends in cancer research 2
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Definition of trend. 1. as in tide. a prevailing or general movement or inclination according to the survey, there's a growing trend for companies to run their own day-care centers for the benefit of employees. Synonyms & Similar Words. Relevance. tide. direction. tendency.
A trend is what's hip or popular at a certain point in time. While a trend usually refers to a certain style in fashion or entertainment, there could be a trend toward warmer temperatures (if people are following trends associated with global warming). A trend simply reflects what seems to be going around at any given time.
1. : a general direction of change : a way of behaving, proceeding, etc., that is developing and becoming more common. the downward/upward trend of the stock market. Digital technology is the latest/current trend in television. Teachers are trying to reverse the general trend [= tendency] of lower test scores.
1. the general course or prevailing tendency; drift: the trend of events. 2. style; vogue: the new trend in women's apparel. 3. the general direction followed by a road, river, coastline, or the like. v.i. 4. to have a general tendency, as events or conditions; incline. 5. to tend to take a particular direction.