English version

celeb

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcelebce‧leb /səˈleb/ noun [countable]  informalFAMOUS a celebrity TV celebs
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celebSince winning the competition Russell is quite a celeb in his home town.Celebrities made places like Studio glamorous to those who wanted to be celebs.One cashier reported that his best celeb sale of the day was two suits to Al Pacino.They blew their cash on Monopoly-money advances for a few celebs.He used to sneak into glittery society events and take pictures of himself with all the leading celebs.Crowds of celebs are having to have a laugh and raise loads of cash for children.Yet, Fine recently has found himself just saying no to celebs.Blakes's dramatically designed interior and glamorous suites have long attracted visiting celebs.
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