Definition of trendsetting in English:

trendsetting

Pronunciation /ˈtren(d)ˌsediNG/ /ˈtrɛn(d)ˌsɛdɪŋ/

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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.’