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Russian translation of “star”

star

noun [C]
 
 
/stɑːr/
SKY A2 a ball of burning gases that you see as a small point of light in the sky at night
звезда
AstrologyAstronomy - general words
FAMOUS PERSON A2 a famous singer, actor, sports person, etc
звезда (о человеке)
a pop star Actors and performersFame and famousFamous peopleImportant people and describing important people
BEST PERSON someone in a group of people who is the best at doing something
звезда, ведущий (актер, игрок и т. д.)
Baggio is one of our star players.Experts and specialists
SHAPE A2 a shape that has five or more points
звезда (фигура)
Geometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objects
two-star/three-star, etc used to show how good a restaurant or hotel is
двухзвездочный/трехзвездочный и т. д.
a five-star hotelHotels and hostelsRestaurants and cafesQuality and standard
sb's stars/the stars UK informal something you read that tells you what will happen to you based on the position of the stars in the sky
гороскоп
My stars said it would be a good month for romance. → See also co-star, film star, rock starAstrology
(Definition of star noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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