Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Trend"

The meaning of "Trend" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does revealing I’m up on current trends in reality television. mean?
A: to be up onというのは、何かについて知っているという意味です。例えば、

I'm up on today's environmental issues - 僕は現在の環境問題について知っている

current trends in reality television - 現在のリアリティ番組の傾向


Q: What does "trending" mean?
A: It means people are interested in it more than other things at that moment.
Q: What does "We are seeing a trend towards greater press partisanship." mean?
A: It means that they are increasing choosing a political side instead of staying neutral, which suggests that there will be a bias to their writing.
Q: What does to buck the trend mean?
A: To buck means to throw something off. like a horse leaning back so the rider falls off. so "to buck a trend" means to ignore the way something is usually done
Q: What does trending mean?
A: trending - something getting popular or something that is catching on quickly

Example sentences using "Trend"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "be in" is equal to "trend" or "popular" ???

please tell me some examples..
A: Online shopping is in.
Decorative face masks are in.
Virtual meeting apps are in.
Q: Please show me example sentences with trend (verb) eg, trending .....
A: I once read a study that said women's hemlines move up and down with stock market trends. (Shorter in an up market and longer in a down market.) Despite global warming and high prices, there seems to be a trend of people buying larger and larger cars. On the one hand, there is a trend of people being more health conscious, yet there is a trend of people becoming more overweight. (I find that rather confusing.)
Q: Please show me example sentences with to trend.
A: “Trend” is an adjective, which means something currently fashionable or popular. To trend” is a verb related to social media. It’s usually used in the progressive form, “be trending”.

“#WorldCup is trending on Twitter now. ⚽️”
“Fortnite is a popular game. #Fortnite is trending.”
“Let’s get #InternationalWomensDay trending so it can receive a lot of media attention.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with trend .
A: “Did you see the new tanning trend that's going around?”
“Is fake nails the new trend?”

Synonyms of "Trend" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trend and tendency ?
A: "Trend" is much stronger. There is a definite pattern.
A "tendency" is better used for qualities a person might have.

Trend and tendency are not used interchangeably. Graphs show trends, people have tendencies.

"Banks debt followed the same trend."

"All people have ability or tendency for something."

Hope you got the difference.
Q: What is the difference between trend and tendency ?
A: trend: the subject of many within a short period of time

tendency: a repeated habit
Q: What is the difference between Following the trend and going with the crowd ?
A: They're very similar.

A trend is one thing that's popular with most people, so if you follow a trend, you're like a lot of people.

But if you "go with the crowd", you're fitting in with only a small group of people you know.

Example of a trend:
Allison wore Nike sneakers because that's what all the teenagers did.

She is like ALL TEENAGERS.

Basically, a trend is something almost all people do.

Example of going with the crowd:
Allison didn't deny the cigarette in order to go with the crowd at the party.

Allison is only like THE PEOPLE AT THE PARTY.
Q: What is the difference between trend and current ?
A: "Trend" is something that is very popular. (But it will usually go away after some time) which is why there are CURRENT trends and old trends.

For Example:
Fashion trend- different clothes go in and out of style. Big hair used to be the trend in the 60s.

Current- means right now; in the present.

(in regular speech, people usually use Currently)
I am currently at home.
What is the current number of people in the room.
Q: What is the difference between    a trend among Americans to get married at a later age and    a tendency among Americans to get married at a later age
A: Trend refers as it is popular nowadays. Tendency shows that there's a percentage proof that Americans "tend" to get married at a later age.

Translations of "Trend"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to describe the trend in the illustration below?
A: You can describe it as a downward trend with a "floor" or "bottom"

Ex. The downward trend floors here and decreases (in whatever units you are using)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 현재 트렌드
(contemporary trends? current trends? which one is right?)
A: Current trends
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a: what trend do you wish never come back?

b: I feel like if you rock it, you rock it.

in this dialogue
what does 'b' mean?
A: If B is answering the question, it doesn’t really make sense but besides that point.

‘If you rock it, you rock it” means that regardless of if the style is trendy among people, if you look good in it, then you should carry on wearing it and don’t worry about if it’s not in trend.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "disruptive trends", "disruptive technology", means good thing or bad thing? would you please give me examples?
A: The word disruptive comes from the word "to disrupt", meaning to negatively affect a process/activities by causing problems to its usual process. One prominent disruptive technology is the rise of e-commerce, where the ease of online shopping has disrupted brick and mortar businesses as more people would rather shop online for convenience than to travel to a store to buy what they want. Hence these brick and mortar businesses have to adapt to the rising popular trend of e-commerce by introducing an online version of their store to compete w these e-commerce businesses
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? is "under the current economic trends " proper way to say or"in current economic trend"
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Trend"

Q: The trend for the bubbled commodity market is apt to continue in the next few years.

Something wrong with bubbled ?
A: bubbled is alright but it sounds a little silly. Maybe exchange it for bloated or enflated
Q: The trend of using intelligent machines seem to be overwhelming. Nevertheless, the use of it is a mixed blessing― AI is taking over a host of human jobs, with outperforming humans , which boost our society even our life .On the contrary, some individuals regard it as an intangible regression of the brain

Please tell me whether my sentences and logic is right .
A: In my opionion, the shortcomings of AI pale significantly when set against the benefit - AI does not stand in the way of the development of the human brain.

In the the case of an infant AI can stimulate our potential to reach a higher technology level. Only through advanced knowledge and better insights we can design more advanced intelligent machines . Because of this the questions how can we suppose this far-sighted practice is somehow wrong?

In the case of an adult the time freed from human labour by us could be for rest as well as self-development. The ability slow down our daily life to be able to observe even the most minute issues and to dedicate ourselves to the preferences rather than trivial matters are both striking advantages we can gain through AI. Therefore, I am absolutely sure AI can be utilised to enrichen our thinking and brain capacity.

All in all, what hinders our brains is not the AI. Throwing the baby out with the bathwater is just a ridiculous choice. Actually, when we drive the development of AI our society will progress accordingly.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce There's been a downward/upward trend in sales in the last few years .
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Q: This trend has become a worldwide phenomenon, which reflects the growing globalisation of marriage field. So in other words, cross-national marriage has attributed to the world becoming borderless in terms of country and individuals. Does this sound natural?
A: Fantastic work but you should use "which reflects ON the ..." ☺
Q: A: Is this in trend these days?
B: Is this the current trend? Does this sound natural?
A: A. "Is this in trend these days?"

B. "Is this the current trend?"

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