From Middle English trenden "to roll about, turn, revolve", from Old English trendan "to roll about, turn, revolve" from Proto-Germanic *trandijanan (“to revolve”). Akin to Old English trinde "ball", Old English tryndel "circle, ring". More at trindle, trundle.
- Rhymes: -ɛnd
trend (plural trends)
- An inclination in a particular direction
- the trend of a coastline
- The trend of stock-market prices is generally upwards.
- A tendency
- There is a trend, these days, for people in films not to smoke.
- A fad or fashion style
- Miniskirts were one of the biggest trends of the 1960s.
- 2012 June 26, Genevieve Koski, “Music: Reviews: Justin Bieber: Believe”, The Onion AV Club:
- But musical ancestry aside, the influence to which Bieber is most beholden is the current trends in pop music, which means Believe is loaded up with EDM accouterments, seeking a comfortable middle ground where Bieber’s impressively refined pop-R&B croon can rub up on techno blasts and garish dubstep drops (and occasionally grind on some AutoTune, not necessarily because it needs it, but because a certain amount of robo-voice is expected these days).
- (mathematics) A line drawn on a graph that approximates the trend of a number of disparate points
- (UK, dialect, dated) clean wool
- (intransitive) To have a particular direction; to run; to stretch; to tend
- The shore of the sea trends to the southwest.
- 2012 May 31, Tasha Robinson, “Film: Review: Snow White And The Huntsman”:
- Huntsman starts out with a vision of Theron that’s specific, unique, and weighted in character, but it trends throughout toward generic fantasy tropes and black-and-white morality, and climaxes in a thoroughly familiar face-off.
- (transitive) To cause to turn; to bend.
- W. Browne
- Not far beneath i' the valley as she trends / Her silver stream.
- W. Browne
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Derived terms 
trend m (invariable)
From English trend.
trȅnd m (Cyrillic spelling тре̏нд)