English version

three-star

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Leisure
three-starˈthree-star adjective [only before noun]  DLa three-star hotel, restaurant etc has been judged to be of a high standard
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three-starCordon-bleu cooking from Paul Bocuse and other three-star chefs.The 64-room unit will be the equivalent of a three-star hotel.Short was a three-star lieutenant general commanding the Army in Hawaii.He has appointed a highly regarded three-star Marine general, James L.. Jones, to be his military assistant.At the three-star Telemachos prices are £219-289.
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