star turn (stɑː tɜːn)
- (British) the person or performance that is the most interesting or exciting
Example Sentences Including 'star turn'
'Because I'm tonight's star turn and my public has expectations.
MR STARLIGHT (2004)
EMI, the British music giant still dealing with the departure of Mariah Carey, is about to lose another star turn.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
It's not certain yet, but by all accounts, Watson's star turn made it a lot more likely.
New Scientist (1998)
One bright note is Catherine O'Hara's guest star turn as a self-obsessed minor celebrity.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Richard Holloway, the Bishop of Edinburgh, was the other media star turn of the Conference.
KNOW THE TRUTH (2004)
She'd used her on and off to model for private clients, but she was bred for the catwalk and was to have been the star turn of the show.
The tiny bespectacled Japanese "reporter" is the star turn in the wacky betting game show.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Zeta-Jones deserves not just the nomination but the Oscar for her star turn in Chicago.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
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