stellar Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “stellar” in the English Dictionary

"stellar" in British English

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uk   /ˈstel.ər/  us   //
of a ​star or ​stars: a stellar ​explosion stellar ​light informal Stellar ​people or ​activities are of an ​extremely high ​standard: a stellar ​performance/​player/​team
(Definition of stellar from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"stellar" in American English

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stellaradjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈstel·ər/

stellar adjective [not gradable] (OF OBJECTS IN SPACE)

of a ​star or ​stars: stellar ​light

stellar adjective [not gradable] (HIGH IN QUALITY)

(of ​people or ​theiractivities) ​extremely high in ​quality; ​excellent: The ​cellist gave a stellar ​performance before an ​enthusiasticaudience.
(Definition of stellar from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"stellar" in Business English

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uk   us   /ˈstelər/
of an extremely high ​standard: After two ​years of stellar ​performance, he was ​promoted to the city ​branch of the ​agriculturebank. The ​company has a stellar ​reputation for its ​treatment of its ​workers. His new ​book recounts his stellar ​career as a ​professional risk-taker.
(Definition of stellar from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stellar”
in Spanish estelar…
in Vietnamese có hình sao…
in Malaysian mengenai bintang…
in Thai เหมือนดาว…
in French stellaire…
in German Sternen-……
in Chinese (Simplified) 恒星的,星球的, 杰出的,优秀的, 精彩的…
in Indonesian mengenai bintang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 恆星的,星球的, 傑出的,優秀的, 精彩的…
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