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Turkish 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
yıldız
AstrologyAstronomy - general words
FAMOUS PERSON A2 a famous singer, actor, sports person, etc
yıldız, meşhur şarkıcı/aktör/sporcu vb.
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
grubun en iyisi/yıldızı
Baggio is one of our star players.Experts and specialists
SHAPE A2 a shape that has five or more points
yıldız, yıldız şekli
Geometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objects
two-star/three-star, etc used to show how good a restaurant or hotel is
iki/üç vs. Yıldızlı
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
yıldızı/yıldız falı, yıldızları
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 Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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