microtrend

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

micro- +‎ trend

Noun[edit]

microtrend (plural microtrends)

  1. A very small, specific trend or vogue
    • 2007 September 2, Jonathan Miles, “Barkeep, There’s a ...”, New York Times:
      Replace the resin with real ice, and substitute an orchid or rose petal or other edible niblet for the fly, and you’ve got the latest microtrend in upscale mixology — or at least in precious garnishes.

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