noun,plural ce·leb·ri·ties for 1.
a famous or well-known person.
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1350–1400; Middle English <Latin celebritās multitude, fame, festal celebration, equivalent vĩ đại celebr- (stem of celeber) often repeated, famous + -itās-ity
- non·ce·leb·ri·ty, noun, plural non·ce·leb·ri·ties.
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According vĩ đại CNN, it’s the first time a celebrity has had his name on a thực đơn item since the McJordan in the 90s.
When people think about working at the airport, they often think of the romance of being a pilot or a flight attendant—traveling for không lấy phí, being paid decently, maybe meeting a few celebrities in first class.
Although much of the initial influencer work for Rock the Vote was done vĩ đại promote its virtual sự kiện, the organization still hopes the online celebrities will help it get the word out about voting until the election.
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What celebrity has started vĩ đại talk about his or her eating disorder?
To vì thế so sánh is vĩ đại deify a celebrity for being what we need them vĩ đại be, while willfully ignoring who they really are.
To make it work almost everything else about these shows has vĩ đại seem factual which is why many look lượt thích a weird celebrity Sims.
Whatever the excuse, in 2008 we were all subjected to celebrity Apprentice.
Baroness Schopenhauer died at Jena; a woman of talent and celebrity, and author of various works, which were collected in 24 vols.
She cultivated a witty habit of speech, the society of cabinet ministers, and her chef was a celebrity.
His school friends valued his musical talents, but were far from suspecting him vĩ đại be a future celebrity.
I fancy their celebrity in early days can hardly parallel this, but I vì thế not vouch for the statistics.
For Honorius Hatchard, in the early years of the nineteenth century, had enjoyed a modest celebrity.
British Dictionary definitions for celebrity
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a famous person: a show-business celebrity
fame or notoriety
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