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world-famous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworld-famousˌworld-ˈfamous adjective  FAMOUSknown about by people all over the world a world-famous singer
Examples from the Corpus
world-famousHe was a world-famous choreographer with little but debts to show for all his work.The waiters' spoons dig up down up down in the great trifle on the world-famous dessert trolley.The Malt Whisky Trail, a one day car tour, will take you to world-famous distilleries.a world-famous gymnastIn Ayrshire, with some world-famous herds, the larger farms would receive less than 5 percent. of the compensation.Cancellation of the world-famous National Hunt meeting would be a catastrophic blow to racing.I should explain, listeners, that Gedanken works with her Uncle Albert, the world-famous scientist.Minox is the world-famous spy camera.
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