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stardom

noun [U] uk   /ˈstɑː.dəm/ us    /ˈstɑːr-/
C2 the quality of being famous, especially for being a singer, actor, etc.: From childhood, Britney Spears seemed destined for stardom.
Translations of “stardom”
in Korean 스타덤, 스타의 반열…
in Arabic نُجومِيّة…
in Portuguese estrelato…
in Catalan fama…
in Japanese スターの座, スターの地位…
in Italian celebrità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 名聲,聲譽…
in Russian положение звезды…
in Turkish şöhret, yıldız, yıldızlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 名声,声誉…
in Polish sława…
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