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the general course or prevailing tendency; drift:
trends in the teaching of foreign languages; the trend of events.
style or vogue:
the new trend in women’s apparel.
the general direction followed by a road, river, coastline, or the like.
verb (used without object)
to have a general tendency, as events, conditions, etc.
to tend to take a particular direction; extend in some direction indicated.
to emerge as a popular trend; be currently popular:
trending topics on the Internet; words that have trended this year.
to veer or turn off in a specified direction, as a river, mountain range, etc.:
The river trends toward the southeast.
general tendency or direction
fashion; mode
verb (intransitive)
to take a certain trend


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