Definition of star-studded in English:

star-studded

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adjective

1(Of the night sky) filled with stars: a luminous star-studded sky
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  • Streamers of wispy cloud trundled elegantly past the window as if they were clearing the screen so that our eyes could feast on our very own slice of clear star-studded sky.
  • The sky was star-studded, dinner cruise boats were gliding by, there was a live band playing My Way and I was feeling good!
  • Overhead, the Milky Way washed across a star-studded sky, while out to sea a perfect crescent moon rose in honour of the Turkish flag.
2 informal Featuring a number of famous people, especially actors or sports players: a star-studded cast
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  • And although it's a star-studded cast, the actors seem content to step back and make the characters take over.
  • It has been reported that the Spanish club is eying up the England captain as an addition to its already star-studded line-up of players.
  • As the Colorado Avalanche, the former Nordiques have one of the game's most star-studded line-ups and are a perennial power.

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