designer

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noun
ADJECTIVE
good, talented
professional
chief, lead (AmE), principal, senior

the company's chief fashion designer

young
famous, renowned, well-known
leading, top

one of the country's top fashion designers

dress, fashion, jewellery/jewelry, textile
garden, landscape, urban
interior

They brought in an interior designer to do the house.

graphic
kitchen
furniture, lighting
architectural, industrial, technical
costume, set, theatre/theater

She works as a set designer for the Metropolitan Opera.

game, program, software, system, systems, Web
VERB + DESIGNER
bring in, hire (esp. AmE)
consult, consult with (AmE)
DESIGNER + NOUN
clothes, fashion
handbag, jeans, shoes, etc.
goods
brand, label, name
store (esp. AmE)
baby (= a baby which has been chosen for its genetic characteristics)
stubble (= a very short beard) (BrE)
drug, steroid (= drugs which have been made so they are similar to an illegal drug)
{{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}}
adj.
Designer is used with these nouns: ↑boutique, ↑clothes, ↑clothing, ↑dress, ↑drug, ↑fashion, ↑furniture, ↑gear, ↑handbag, ↑jeans, ↑jewellery, ↑label, ↑outfit, ↑shoe, ↑sneaker, ↑suit, ↑sunglasses, ↑watch, ↑wear

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • designer — [ dizajnɶr; dezajnɶr ] n. • 1969; de design, d apr. l angl. amér. designer ♦ Anglic. Spécialiste du design. ⇒ créateur, dessinateur, styliste (II). Un designer de carrosseries. Par ext. Décorateur qui adopte le style « design ». Hôtel refait par… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • désigner — designer [ dizajnɶr; dezajnɶr ] n. • 1969; de design, d apr. l angl. amér. designer ♦ Anglic. Spécialiste du design. ⇒ créateur, dessinateur, styliste (II). Un designer de carrosseries. Par ext. Décorateur qui adopte le style « design ». Hôtel… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • designer — DESIGNER, designeri, s.m. Specialist în design. [pr.: dizáiner] – Din engl., fr. designer. Trimis de IoanSoleriu, 12.07.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  DESIGNER [pr: dizáiner] designeri m. Persoană specializată în design. /<engl., fr. designer …   Dicționar Român

  • designer — has been since the 1960s a vogue word first used in the fashion world to describe articles bearing the name of a famous designer and therefore prestigious and expensive. In this use designer is used attributively (before a noun), as in designer… …   Modern English usage

  • Designer — Occupation Description Competencies Technical knowledge, teamwork abilities, artistic skills (varies) A designer is a person who designs. More formally, a designer is an agent that specifies the structural properties of a design… …   Wikipedia

  • designer — index architect, contractor, developer, materialman Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • désigner — DÉSIGNER. v. a. Dénoter une personne, une chose par des expressions, par des marques, par des symboles qui la font connoître. Il ne l a point nommé dans son discours; mais il l a si bien désigné, qu on l a aisément reconnu. Qu avez vous voulu… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • designer — [di zīn′ər] n. a person who designs; specif., one who makes original sketches, patterns, etc. [a scene designer] adj. designating or of products, esp. fashionable clothing, styled by and often named after a noted designer [designer jeans] …   English World dictionary

  • designer — 1640s, one who schemes; agent noun from DESIGN (Cf. design). Meaning one who makes an artistic design or a construction plan is from 1660s. In fashion, as an adj., bearing the label of a famous clothing designer (thus presumed to be expensive or… …   Etymology dictionary

  • designer — Designer. v. a. Denoter une personne, une chose par des expressions, par des marques, par des symboles qui la font connoistre. Il ne l a point nommé dans son discours, mais il l a si bien designé, qu on l a aisément reconnu. qu avez vous voulu… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • designer — ► NOUN 1) a person who designs things. 2) (before another noun ) made by a famous fashion designer: designer jeans …   English terms dictionary

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