to a great degree or extent
the present method of reckoning dates using the Gregorian calendar
You use old-style to describe something or someone of a type that was common or popular in the past but is not common or popular now .
a sexual position whereby one participant is on all fours and is penetrated from behind
a style of cutting, arranging, or combing the hair; hairdo; coiffure
of or relating to style, fashion, or design that is the most up-to-date and, often, most costly
a set of rules concerning spellings, typography, etc, observed by editorial and printing staff in a particular publishing or printing company
a sheet of editorial conventions and styles
of or in an ascent (esp in high mountains like the Himalayas) in which the climbers carry all their equipment with them in a single ascent from base to summit
a style of jazz flourishing in Chicago esp. in the early 1920s, constituting a direct offshoot of New Orleans style, and differing from its predecessor chiefly in the diminished influence of native folk sources, the greater tension of its group improvisation, the increased emphasis on solos, and the regular use of the tenor saxophone as part of the ensemble
a way of serving food, as in boardinghouses and some restaurants, in which the people at the table help themselves from large dishes passed around from hand to hand
a 14th-century style of English architecture characterized by the ogee arch, geometrical tracery, and floral decoration
If you describe an action or thing as a statement, you mean that it clearly expresses a particular opinion or idea that you have.
the way in which and the methods someone uses in managing a company, business, etc
not sb's style:
If you say that something is not someone 's style, you mean that it is not the way in which they usually do things, or it is different from the sort of thing they usually like.
cramp someone's style:
to prevent someone from behaving freely in the way that they want
a 20th-century architectural style characterized by undecorated rectilinear forms and the use of glass, steel, and reinforced concrete
→ the new-style calendar
Queen Anne style:
a style of English architecture of the early 18th cent ., characterized by construction in red brick, forms modified from classical architecture, and simple, elegant, and stately ornamentation
The lifestyle of a particular person or group of people is the living conditions, behaviour, and habits that are typical of them or are chosen by them.
cascading style sheet:
a file recording style details, such as fonts, colours, etc, that is read by browsers so that style is consistent over multiple web pages
the new-style calendar:
the revision of the Julian calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII and still in force, whereby the ordinary year is made to consist of 365 days and a leap year occurs in every year whose number is divisible by four, except those centenary years, such as 1900, whose numbers are not divisible by 400
to cramp someone's style:
If someone or something cramps your style, their presence or existence restricts your behaviour in some way.