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hall of famenoun [C]

 us   /ˈhɔl əv ˈfeɪm/
a building where people can learn about a particular activity and the famous people who have been involved in it: the Baseball Hall of Fame
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in Chinese (Simplified) 名人纪念堂,名人堂…
in Chinese (Traditional) 名人紀念堂,名人堂…
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