Definition of 'superstar'
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Was his superstar status an outsize mask? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is that why the superstar singer is so protective of her relationships? The Sun (2013)They have been key ingredients in the recipe that has made him a global superstar success story. The Sun (2010)They are looking at potential movie roles that will make him an international superstar. The Sun (2009)The pop superstar is putting up the fight of his life after doctors diagnosed him with the disease. The Sun (2009)He wants to parade his skills on the biggest stage possible and play with the finest global superstars. The Sun (2013)The reality of the rugby player and the image of the celebrity superstar are tearing him in two directions. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His superstar status is well deserved. The Sun (2006)Now she is an international superstar. The Sun (2009)What do you want to be known as, a great player or a superstar? Times, Sunday Times (2008)So he was largely left alone, despite superstar status locally. The Sun (2014)Second, as a global superstar he would have boosted weak ticket sales. The Sun (2012)Or at least, they are nowhere near as rare as the skills of the superstar football player. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Any game that sits back and lets its young players and superstars leave for the other code needs to take a look at itself. The Sun (2007)And he laughed off the notion he prefers to run a team with hard-working players rather than superstar footballers. The Sun (2009)Especially from a footballing superstar. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The superstar singer has bagged himself a top model, which goes perfectly with his new image since he shed three stone. The Sun (2016)When you are trying to frame a game plan around all those international superstars flying in and out, that is hardly surprising. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In the process, he pushed the boundaries of a new frontier: that of the celebrity superstar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An X Factor spokeswoman refused to confirm or deny the show was in talks with the pop superstar. The Sun (2012)
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British English: superstar NOUN
A superstar is a very famous entertainer or sports player.
He was more than a basketball superstar, he was a celebrity.
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