fads (plural noun)
  1. an intense and widely shared enthusiasm for something, especially one that is short-lived; a craze.
    "some regard green politics as no more than the latest fad"
mid 19th century (originally dialect): probably the second element of fidfad, contraction of fiddle-faddle. Compare with faddy.
  1. flavin adenine dinucleotide, a coenzyme derived from riboflavin and important in various metabolic reactions.
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some regard green politics as no more than the latest fad.
his fads about the type of coffee he must have.
How to say fad in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans Aucamp
Arabic (NOUN)بدعة, البدعه, موضة
Bangla খুব অল্পদিনের একটি ধারা
Bosnian (Latin) hir
Bulgarian (NOUN)прищявка, мания
Cantonese (Traditional) 時尚
Catalan (NOUN)moda
Chinese Simplified 时尚
Chinese Traditional 時尚
Croatian (NOUN)hir
Czech (NOUN)výstřelek, móda
Danish (NOUN)modefænomen, dille, døgnflue, mani
Dutch (NOUN)bevlieging, rage, modeverschijnsel
Estonian (NOUN)moehullus
Filipino libangan
Finnish (NOUN)villitys
French (NOUN)lubie, manie, engouement, mode, DFA, DCP, fadil, fabiola, Fabre
German (NOUN)Modeerscheinung, Marotte, faca, Fabrizio, Fabian
Greek (ADJECTIVE)μανίας
(NOUN)μανία, φαντασιοπληξία
Haitian Creole kapris
Hebrew שיגעון חולף
Hindi (NOUN)सनक, धुनी
Hungarian (NOUN)hóbort, Ötletkirály
Icelandic (ADJECTIVE)tíska
Indonesian (NOUN)mode, iseng
Italian (NOUN)moda, fadwa, capriccio
Japanese (NOUN)流行
Korean (NOUN)일시적 유행, 유행
Latvian (NOUN)iedoma
Lithuanian (NOUN)kaprizas, susižavėjimas
Norwegian Bokmål kjepphest
Persian (NOUN)هوس
Polish (NOUN)fanaberia, moda, mania
Portuguese (NOUN)moda passageira, modismo, moda, mania, capricho
Romanian (NOUN)moft, capriciu, faur, feier
Russian (NOUN)увлечением, прихоть, ФПБН, Феда, фэд, конек
Serbian (Cyrillic) Мода
Serbian (Latin) Moda
Slovak (NOUN)výstrelok, móda
Slovenian (NOUN)Prohtjev, muha, zabava
Spanish (NOUN)moda pasajera, capricho, moda
Swedish (NOUN)modefluga, Forslund
Telugu ఫక్రీ
Thai แฟชั่น
Turkish (NOUN)ADÖ, heves, çılgınlık
Ukrainian (NOUN)Причуда, примха, модою, моді
Urdu دنی
Vietnamese (NOUN)mốt
Welsh chwiw
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