Word: avant-garde

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Synonyms: avant-garde

vanguard, new wave, van

Translations: avant-garde

spanish
vanguardia, vanguardista, de vanguardia, vanguardias, vanguardistas


german
avantgarde

french
avant-garde

italian
avanguardia, all'avanguardia, d'avanguardia, avanguardie, avanguardista

portuguese
de vanguarda, vanguarda, vanguardista, vanguardistas, vanguardas

dutch
avantgarde, avantgardistische

russian
авангардистский, авангард

norwegian
avant, Huset Avant, Teaterhuset Avant, TAG

swedish
avantgarde

finnish
avant, avantgarde

danish
avantgarde, avantgardistiske, avantgarden, avantgardistisk

czech
avantgarda, avantgardní, avantgardy, avantgardního, avantgardním

polish
awangarda, awangardowy

hungarian
avangard, avantgárd, avantgarde, az avantgárd, avantgard

turkish
öncü, avangard, avangart, yenilikçi, avangart bir

greek
avant, αβάν, πρωτοποριακό, πρωτοπορία, πρωτοπορίας

ukrainian
авангард

albanian
avangardë, pararojë, avangard, avantgarde, kryesues

bulgarian
авангард, авангарден, авангардна, авангардно, авангардната

belarusian
авангард

estonian
avant, avangardi, avangard

croatian
avangarda, avangardni, avangardne, avangardna, avangardnog

icelandic
avant

lithuanian
avangardas, avangardo, avangardinio, avangardinės, avangardinis

latvian
avant, avangarda

macedonian
авангарда, авангарден, авангардна, авангардни, авангардата

romanian
avant-, avant, avangarda, avangardei

slovenian
avant, avantgarde, avantgarda, avantgardnim, z Avant

slovak
avantgarda

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The meaning and "use of": avant-garde

noun
  • new and unusual or experimental ideas, especially in the arts, or the people introducing them.

adjective
  • favoring or introducing experimental or unusual ideas.

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