Definition of role model in English:

role model

Syllabification: role mod·el

noun

A person looked to by others as an example to be imitated.
More example sentences
  • His stubborn integrity has made him a consistently interesting and evolving artist and a role model for a more ideal art world.
  • He's an introverted, straight - A student whose father's passing has left him without a male role model.
  • For girls, she's a role model of empowerment as the female hero with big guns.

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