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a Hollywood/TV/pop/soccer star
All the big stars were at the party.
the former child star Shirley Temple
I think we’ve got a star in the making here.
With his contacts he can make you a star.
He’s a good player but he lacks star quality.
She always gets star treatment wherever she goes.
Today, he’s the star of a hundred-million-dollar movie.
The dog was undoubtedly the star of the show.
How many stars does the hotel have?
We stayed in a five-star hotel on our honeymoon.
She got a gold star for her drawing.
I’ve put stars next to the names I want you to check.
Press star now.
We always put a star at the top of our Christmas tree.
the 50 stars on the US flag
McAllister was most definitely the star of the Scottish team.
He had once been regarded as the rising star of the Party.
Mick was a star pupil at his school.
The Peugeot 805 is the star attraction at this year’s motor show.
Oh, that’s great. You’re a star!
He wondered what the stars held for him now.
Have you read your stars today?
My stars say that I’m going to have a bad week.