English version

stardom

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstardomstar‧dom /ˈstɑːdəm $ ˈstɑːr-/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 FAMOUSthe state of being a famous performerfame 🔊 his rapid rise to stardomshoot/rise/zoom to stardom (=become famous very quickly) 🔊 Ellen shot to stardom as a model last year.
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stardomStardom is the ultimate ambition of most young singers and actors.I did it myself to earn stardom.Nathan is grooming me for stardom.She feared that by having a baby she had sacrificed her chances of stardom.Sudden rock stardom can do weird things to your head, even if things build slowly, as they did for Weezer.But their stardom is of a more recent vintage.Both her looks and personality came from a ride to stardom that has been far from comfortable.That was stardom and Kenneth Williams was a star, even if his appeal was mostly on home territory.shoot/rise/zoom to stardomButton s rise to stardom will stall as he moves from Williams.In 1929 she shot to stardom on Broadway in a Noel Coward play.
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