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"starred" in British English

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starredadjective

uk   /stɑːd/  us   /stɑːrd/
  • starred adjective (SYMBOL)

marked with an ​asterisk (= the ​symbol *): The starred ​items on the ​agenda are the most ​important.
(Definition of starred from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"starred" in Business English

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starredadjective

uk   us   /stɑːd/
a starred ​hotel or ​restaurant is one that is good enough to be given at least one ​star for ​quality: a ​list of starred ​restaurants
(Definition of starred from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “starred”
in Chinese (Simplified) 符号, 标有星号的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 符號, 標有星號的…
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