- 杰出人物；最优秀者； 才华出众者；著名人物
- [C] 星,恒星 a very large mass of burning gas in space, especially one that can be seen as a small bright point of light in a clear sky at night
- [C] 明星,名角 a famous or very skilful performer; the main performer in a film, play, etc.
- [C] 功名; 机遇; 运气 a person's fame or chance of getting it
- vt. 标示; 点缀 mark or decorate with, or as with a star or stars; take an asterisk to direct attention to sth
- vt. & vi. 主演 be a star in a play, film, etc.
(astronomy) a celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior
someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
any celestial body visible (as a point of light) from the Earth at night
an actor who plays a principal role
a plane figure with 5 or more points; often used as an emblem
a performer who receives prominent billing
a star-shaped character * used in printing
the topology of a network whose components are connected to a hub
indicating the most important performer or role;
"the leading man"
"a star figure skater"
"the starring role"
"a stellar role"
"a stellar performance"
feature as the star;
"The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man"
be the star in a performance
mark with an asterisk;
"Linguists star unacceptable sentences"
- A lonely star shone out against the black sky.
- This star is not visible to the naked eye.
- The opera star wanted in her later years.
- Her ambition was to become a film star.
- The cast of the play included a international star.
- The star actor was ill, so his understudy had to alternate for him.
- A new star attracted the notice of the astronomer.
- The mass of that star amounts to millions of times that of the earth.
- Even the coolest star is unimaginably hot by human standards.
- Twilight deepened, first one, then another star appeared.
- Many stars are invisible without a telescope.
- The innumerable stars in the sky are too far from us.
- At night I like to look at the remote stars in the clear sky.
- The telescope reveals many distant stars to our sight.
- Some stars look as tiny as pinheads, but they are even bigger than the sun in fact.
- The sun and stars are luminous bodies.
- This restaurant gets three stars in the guidebook.
- This is a four star hotel.
- He lay down with his limbs spread out in a star.
- The film star flashed an artificial smile at the crowd.
- The film star insisted that his part be completely rewritten.
- The film star feels proud that she has won an Oscar.
- He's got the star role in the new film.
- The rose was chosen as the star flower because of its immense popularity.
- His star has set on the wane and people have begun to forget him.
- She often went out to have her stars read.
- Why did you star question 5?
- Autumn crocuses star the grass under the tree.
- He was an interesting and intelligent man who had starred the field of Chinese diplomacy.
- The new play stars three of Britain's best actors.
- He starred her when she was fifteen in her first movie.
- There are so many stars starring the sky.
- In the list the starred questions are the most difficult.
- The starred dishes on the menu are suitable for vegetarians.
- see stars
眼冒金星 apparently see flashing lights (after a blow to the head)
- thank one's lucky stars
自庆幸运 regard oneself as very fortunate
- star as( v.+prep. )
担任主角 take a leading part in (a play, film, etc.)
star as sb
Robert Powell is starring as Philip Marlowe.
- star in( v.+prep. )
在…里演主角,由…出演主角 take a leading part in (a play, film, etc.)
star in sth
Who is starring in the film at the local cinema?
本地那家电影院上演的那部片子是谁主演的?star sb in sth
The film stars a famous actor in the part of the mad scientist.
- find a star 发现星球
- observe a star 观察星球
- see stars 眼里冒金星,目眩
- watch a star 观看星星
- bless one's lucky stars 谢天谢地
- thank one's stars 谢天谢地
- trust one's stars 相信自己的命运
- bright star 明亮的星星
- brilliant star 耀眼的星星
- distant star 遥远的星星
- falling star 流星
- five-pointed star 五角星
- fixed star 恒星
- international star 国际明星
- lucky stars 福星
- new star 新发现的星球,新秀
- shining star 明亮的星
- shooting star 流星
- sparklingstar 闪闪发光的星
- the North star 北极星
- battle star 战役星章
- the Evening S- 启明星,金星
- the Morning S- 晨星
- baseball star 棒球明星
- basketball star 篮球明星
- child star 童星
- film star 电影明星
- football star 足球明星
- guest star 特约演员明星
- Hollywood stars 好莱坞明星
- movie star 电影明星
- soccer star 英式足球明星
- tennis star 网球明星
- track star 田径明星
- a cloud of stars 一群星星
- under a star 福星高照
- born under a lucky star 生来福星高照
- red flag with five stars 五星红旗
- star bravely 勇敢地主演
- star cautiously 小心地主演
- star cheerfully 兴致勃勃地主演
- star extremely 完全地主演
- star faithfully 有信心地主演
- star gladly 高兴地主演
- star gleefully 兴奋地主演
- star guardedly 谨慎地主演
- star nervously 紧张地主演
- star splendidly 辉煌地主演
- star successfully 成功地主演
- star triumphantly 得意洋洋地主演
- star unconditionally 无条件地主演
- star unwillingly 勉强主演
- star usually 经常主演
Whence the stars; why some are fix'd, And planetary some.出自： W. Cowper
Thy soul was like a Star, and dwelt apart.出自： Wordsworth
The innumerable stars, faint and far.出自： Tolkien
This galaxy contains about one hundred billion stars.出自： P. Davies
Like a sable curtain starr'd with gold.出自： E. Young
The pale wild roses star the banks.出自： H. Corby
- star在正式文体中可作“功名; 机遇; 运气”解,是可数名词。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的steorra，意为星星。