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sb's/sth's claim to fame

a reason why someone or something is famous: This little town's only claim to fame is that the president was born here.
(Definition of sb's/sth's claim to fame from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sb's/sth's claim to fame”
in Chinese (Simplified) …出名的原因…
in Turkish birinin ya dair şeyin hak ettiği ün/şan…
in Russian чья-либо претензия на знаменитость…
in Chinese (Traditional) …出名的原因…
in Polish czyjś powód do dumy…
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