à la mode

à la mode, frz., nach der neusten Mode.


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  • à la mode — also a la mode adjective Etymology: French, according to the fashion Date: 1646 1. fashionable, stylish 2. topped with ice cream …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • a la mode — adjective see à la mode …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Marriage A-la-Mode — This article is about the play by John Dryden; Marriage á la mode is also the name of a series of pictures by William Hogarth. Marriage a la Mode (1672) is a comic play by John Dryden, first performed in London in 1673 by the King s Company. It… …   Wikipedia

  • Marriage à-la-mode — may refer to: Marriage à la mode (play), a 1673 Restoration comedy by John Dryden Marriage à la mode (Hogarth), a series of 18th century paintings by William Hogarth Marriage à la Mode (short story), a 1921 short story by Katherine Mansfield This …   Wikipedia

  • Boeuf à la mode — ( beef in the style ) is a French version of what is often known in the United States as pot roast. It is a way to prepare a tougher cut of beef (rich in connective tissue, and in older recipes often lardoned). The dish is prepared by first… …   Wikipedia

  • Fuck la Mode — is a popular Quebec fashion line, created by Jean Francois Renaud, owner of the boutique Oclan, in 1989. Meaning la Mode , in French, simply means fashion. Also, the word fuck in Quebec French has a less harsh connotation than that of the English …   Wikipedia

  • Cauchy-à-la-Tour — French commune name= Cauchy à la Tour region= departement= arrondissement=Béthune canton= Auchel insee=62217 cp=62260 maire=Eugène Fontaine mandat=2008 2014 intercomm=communauté d agglomération de l Artois longitude=2.4525 latitude=50.5044444444… …   Wikipedia

  • A Rake's Progress — is a series of eight paintings by 18th century English artist William Hogarth. The canvases were produced in 1732–33 then engraved and published in print form in 1735. The series shows the decline and fall of Tom Rakewell, the spendthrift son and …   Wikipedia

  • A Harlot's Progress — (also known as The Harlot s Progress ) is a series of six paintings (1731, now lost) and engravings (1732) by William Hogarth. The series shows the story of a young woman, Mary (or Moll) Hackabout, who arrives in London from the country and… …   Wikipedia

  • MODE — s. f. Usage passager qui dépend du goût et du caprice. Nouvelle mode. Vieille mode. Ancienne mode. Mode ridicule, extravagante. C est la mode. C est la dernière mode. Ce n est plus la mode. La mode en est passée. Inventer des modes. Se mettre à… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • MODE — n. f. Manière de voir, d’agir, fantaisie. Il faut le laisser vivre à sa mode, le laisser faire à sa mode. Il s’est fait une philosophie à sa mode. Chacun vit à sa mode. à la mode de, à la manière de. Tripes à la mode de Caen. Oncle, tante à la… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

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