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model in Clothes & fashion topic

modelmodel3 verb (modelled, modelling British English, modeled, modeling American English)  1 [intransitive, transitive]DCBBM to wear clothes at a fashion show or in magazine photographs in order to show them to people She’s modeling Donna Karan’s fall collection. Claire modelled for a few years when she was in her twenties.2 model yourself on somebody3 be modelled on something4 [transitive]TICCOPY to do a computer representation or scientific description of a situation or event They used a computer to model the possible effects of global warming.5 [transitive] to make something by shaping clay, wood etcmodeller noun [countable]→ See Verb table
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modelMost of the decor in this part of the house was modelled after Hollywood's idea of elaborate period furnishings.Here we have a Kenar T-shirt modeled by Linda Evangelista.All the tee-shirts were modelled by the pupils during the school's fashion show organised by the Parent Teachers Association.She made a living modeling for art classes.I modelled them on the shape of your abdomen when you strode out of the sea last month.She also attended a kindergarten school where she first demonstrated her talent for modelling with clay.