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famous

adjective
 
 
/ˈfeɪ.məs/
known and recognized by many people
著名的;出名的;有名的
a famous actress/building
著名的女演员/建筑
Marie Curie is famous for her contribution to science.
玛丽‧居里以其对科学的贡献而享有盛名。
a city famous for its nightlife
以夜生活闻名的城市
Fame and famous
Translations of “famous”
in Korean 유명한…
in Arabic مَشْهور…
in Portuguese famoso…
in Catalan famós…
in Japanese 有名な…
in Italian famoso, noto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 著名的, 出名的, 有名的…
in Russian знаменитый…
in Turkish meşhur, ünlü, tanınmış…
in Polish słynny…
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