Definition of steal the show in English:

steal the show

Attract the most attention and praise.
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  • Anna described her younger sister as vivacious and ‘always stealing the show,’ which meant the attention of her parents and other adults.
  • Does he want to steal the show and be the center of attention?
  • He stole the show with his attack on the Opposition parties.
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