Definition of 'co-star'
Example sentences containing 'co-star'
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Former co-stars of the actor paid tribute last night. The Sun (2014)The poster has no picture of her famous face and her name is printed in the same size as her two co-stars. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But the ban meant he was unable to join co-stars filming an LA special this week. The Sun (2015)
Translations for 'co-star'
British English: co-star NOUN
An actor's or actress's co-stars are the other actors or actresses who also have one of the main parts in a particular film.
During the filming, the leading man fell in love with his co-star.
Definition of co-star from the Collins English Dictionary
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