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star in Media topic

starstar2 ●●○ verb (starred, starring) πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive]APAMACTOR/ACTRESS if someone stars in a film, television show etc, they are one of the main characters in itstar in πŸ”Š Eastwood starred in β€˜The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly’.star with/opposite πŸ”Š DeVito stars opposite Dreyfuss in the movie.star as πŸ”Š Hugh Grant stars as the romantic hero. πŸ”Š β€˜The Freshman’ was Brando’s first starring role (=the most important part in a film) in ten years.2 [transitive]APAMACTOR/ACTRESS if a film, television show, or play stars someone, that person is one of the main characters in it syn feature πŸ”Š a film starring Meryl Streepstar somebody as ... πŸ”Š The movie starred Orson Welles as Harry Lime.3 WRITE[transitive] to put an asterisk (=a star-shaped mark) next to something written πŸ”Š The starred items are available. Grammar Star is usually passive in this meaning.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
starβ€’ Paul Winfield and Kevin Hooks also star.β€’ The most important points have been starred.β€’ Attenborough's 1987 "Cry Freedom" starred Denzel Washington.β€’ Andy Vaughan starred for Wilmslow reaching an unbeaten 59 off only 42 deliveries.β€’ Hollywood heart-throb Keanu Reeves is set to star in a true story based on a newspaper article from the Times.β€’ Silverman also starred in "Brighton Beach Memoirs."β€’ Danny Aiello stars in this comedy about New York's first big lottery winner.β€’ M.D. In sixty-four stage productions, so far - starring in twenty-six of them in London.β€’ Director Jane Campion's latest film, which stars Kate Winslet and Harvey Keitel, was one of the highlights of the New York Film Festival.β€’ The film stars Patricia Arquette and is directed by Steven Brill.β€’ Doyle's explosive shot starred the side window.star with/oppositeβ€’ Wagner set his sights on a degree in electrical engineering, and he followed his star with a fervid intensity.β€’ They're much better off dancing the night away under the stars with a friend or two.β€’ The stars with a soft smile.β€’ He was born when Brigitte was at the top, living as a spoilt star with actor-husband Jacques Charrier.β€’ I recall, in my confusion, being inanely impressed by a pop star with enough upstairs to remember his own name.β€’ Generally, such phenomena are interpreted in terms of the interaction between steady winds from young stars with material in the surrounding cloud.β€’ The first propellant segment is moulded into an eleven-point star with the points facing inward.