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movie star

noun [C]
 
mainly US ( mainly UK film star)
a very popular and successful movie actor
电影明星
Greta Garbo was one of the great movie stars of the 1930s.
葛丽泰‧嘉宝是20世纪30年代的著名影星之一。
She dated several of the big movie stars of the time.
她约会了好几位当红电影明星。
Who's your favourite movie star?
你最喜欢哪位电影明星?
Famous peopleImportant people and describing important peopleActors and performers
Translations of “movie star”
in Korean 유명 영화 배우…
in Arabic نَجْم سينَمائي…
in Portuguese estrela de cinema…
in Catalan estrella de cine…
in Japanese 映画スター…
in Italian divo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電影明星…
in Russian кинозвезда…
in Turkish film yıldızı…
in Polish gwiazda filmowa…
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