set a trend

set a trend
set the/a trend (for sb/sth)
to start doing something that other people copy: »

Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future.

Main Entry: trend

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • set the trend — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set a trend — phrase to do something new that becomes popular His designs are setting new trends in women’s fashion. Thesaurus: to be, or to become popular or fashionablesynonym Main entry: trend …   Useful english dictionary

  • set a trend for sb — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set a trend for sb/sth — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set a trend for sth — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set the trend for sb — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set the trend for sb/sth — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set the trend for sth — set the/a trend (for sb/sth) ► to start doing something that other people copy: »Our employee focus could well set the trend for successful companies in the future. Main Entry: ↑trend …   Financial and business terms

  • set a trend — to do something new that becomes popular His designs are setting new trends in women s fashion …   English dictionary

  • trend — /trend/ noun (C) 1 a general tendency in the way a situation is changing or developing (+ in): recent trends in education (+ towards): The current trend is towards more part time employment. | reverse a trend (=make a trend go in the opposite… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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