English version

all-star

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall-starˈall-star adjective [only before noun]  FAMOUSincluding many famous actors, sports players etc an all-star cast
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all-starLast year I did a big, all-star benefit; the sound check was fine.The recipes come from an all-star cast of contributors, each a specialist in his or her own right.On Off the Wall Jones utilized an all-star lineup of musicians and writers who could work in a variety of styles.Something of an all-star outfit, each band member is an accomplished musician with an impressive r sum and enormous talent.But the problems have been ongoing since the loss of Smith, a big, rangy junior who had all-star potential.Cerritos and defender John Doyle were both named to the Western Conference all-star team as reserves.
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