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starstarfruit

noun, noun /staː/
the fixed bodies in the sky, which are really distant suns
estrellas
The Sun is a star, and the Earth is one of its planets.
any of the bodies in the sky appearing as points of light
estrellas
The sky was full of stars.
an object, shape or figure with a number of pointed rays, usually five or six, often used as a means of marking quality etc
estrella
The teacher stuck a gold star on the child’s neat exercise book a four-star hotel.
a leading actor or actress or other well-known performer eg in sport etc
estrella de cine
a film/television star a football star (also adjective) She has had many star rôles in films.
stardom noun the state of being a famous performer
estrellato
His aim had always been to achieve stardom.
starry adjective full of or shining like stars
estrellado
a starry night starry eyes.
starfish noun a type of small sea creature with five points as arms.
estrella de mar
a juicy, yellow, oblong, tropical fruit, which, when cut across, is start-shaped.
fruta estrella
starlight noun the light from the stars
luz de las estrellas
a romantic dinner under starlight.
starlit adjective bright with stars
estrellado
a starlit night.
star sign noun one of the twelve signs of the zodiac.
Signo Del Zodiaco
star turn noun the most successful or spectacular performance or item (in a show etc)
estrella de turno
The acrobats were the star turn of the evening.
see stars to see flashes of light as a result of a hard blow on the head.
ver las estrellas
thank one’s lucky stars to be grateful for one’s good luck
agradecer la suerte
He thanked his lucky stars that he had just managed to catch the last train.
Translations of “starstarfruit”
in French étoile, vedette, carambole…
in German der Stern, der Star, Star-……
(Definition of starstarfruit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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