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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdivadi‧va /ˈdiːvə/ noun [countable]  1 a very successful and famous female singer opera diva Jessye Norman2 a famous or important woman who behaves badly or gets angry when people do not give her the attention or treatment she thinks she deserves She's such a diva - she walked out of the interview because she thought the interviewer was rude.
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divaShe had sailed into the studio like a diva, wearing a magenta coat and matching cap.Frequent cancellations, no matter what the excuse, make a diva seem a dangerously risky investment.For battling divas, intimidation is a stock-in-trade.Soulful divas wail to great effect.But the diva emerges and she faces the camera crew.And Martha is the diva of details.
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