Definition of 'diva'
Example sentences containing 'diva'
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Who's the biggest diva, we asked. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is this really behaviour befitting an opera diva? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Who do you think is the biggest diva in the band? The Sun (2012)She had the mouth of a trucker combined with the voice and presence of a soul diva. The Sun (2011)Great for a disco diva and would suit all eye colours. The Sun (2008)Which of you is the biggest diva on the programme? The Sun (2011)Are you a bad dad dancer or a disco diva? The Sun (2011)It was a real bit of diva behaviour. The Sun (2012)They are the biggest lot of divas we have had yet. The Sun (2010) But diva behaviour for the sake of attention? Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are also bigger divas than the women. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No point asking who the biggest diva is then? The Sun (2009)The diva demanded that only friends and family could stand side of stage to see him close the show. The Sun (2015)She acted like a spoilt diva demanding to be the centre of attention and her foul mouth was far from ladylike. The Sun (2014)Think Eighties punk meets disco diva for an edgy yet stylish look. The Sun (2008)Not exactly diva demands, those three. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Disco divas should boogie over to the central town of Trinidad. The Sun (2016)I wonder how opera divas compare with celebrity clients. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But the arrival of a former wife of one of the group and a one-time opera diva throws their plans into disarray. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Three former opera singers' plans for a fundraising concert for their retirement home are disrupted by the arrival of a famous diva. The Sun (2015)He doesn't have any diva demands but we do always ask for him to have a fan to keep him nice and cool. The Sun (2013)So does she worry that with the diva voice there's a tendency for diva behaviour, too? The Sun (2015)Striking a classic soul diva pose, as jets of compressed air shot up like steam, she marched on. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'diva'
British English: diva NOUN
You can refer to a successful and famous female opera singer as a diva.
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