Definition of trendsetting in English:

trendsetting

Translate trendsetting into Spanish

adjective

See trendsetter

‘Her marble fireplace business has grown from humble beginnings, when she hawked marble tiles round shops, to the ultimate in trendsetting home design.’
  • ‘But at the same time the city is becoming a trendsetting city in modern Asia, changing its image from a stopover for bargain hunters and sex tourists.’
  • ‘The world's trendsetting fashion marketers may get the message a lot sooner to clean up their act if they are warned by the worldly French.’
  • ‘These ten songs certainly aren't stylistically groundbreaking, or even trendsetting, but they are sophisticated, whimsical and, most of all, earnest.’
  • ‘The fashion industry gets away with planned obsolescence all the time by arbitrarily declaring clothes we just bought as having the trendsetting equivalent of a steam powered toaster.’

Pronunciation

trendsetting

/ˈtren(d)ˌsediNG/ /ˈtrɛn(d)ˌsɛdɪŋ/