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Julie prefers the Gothic architectural style, while I like Romanesque.
Her painting is influenced by early modernist styles.
He has the true Italian style of playing.
Rob has a very different style, relaxed and slow.
I really dislike her teaching style.
Nancy's style of management is not what I was expecting.
Having big parties is not our style.
This is the American English definition of style. View British English definition of style.
a part of an atom that moves around the nucleus (=centre) and has a negative electrical charge
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