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star

verb [I + prep, T]     /stɑːr/ US  /stɑːr/ (-rr-)
If a film, play, etc. stars someone, or if someone stars in a film, play, etc., they are the main actor in it (電影、戲劇等)由(某人)擔任主演;主演,擔任主角 Ben Kingsley starred in the film 'Gandhi'. 班•金斯利主演了電影《甘地》。 Fowles's novel 'The French Lieutenant's Woman' was turned into a film starring Meryl Streep. 福爾斯的小說《法國中尉的女人》被改編成電影,由梅莉•史翠普領銜主演。 Acting, rehearsing and performing
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