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Definition of three-star in English:

adjective

1(Especially of accommodation or service) given three stars in a grading system in which this denotes a high class or quality, being one grade below four-star: this well-furnished three-star hotel is close to the lake and has a pleasantly traditional air
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  • The aim of the redevelopment is to raise its grade from a three-star to a four-star hotel with the eventual goal of re-marketing it.
  • There is a democratic range, from five-, four- and three-star accommodation to self-catering cabins and a campground.
  • The packages, which cost from £289 per person (sharing a room), include three-star hotel accommodation but not tickets for the match.
1.1Having or denoting the third-highest military rank, distinguished in the US armed forces by three stars on the shoulder piece of the uniform: the three-star lieutenant general
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  • The Army, on the other hand, left the court martial decision to the three-star commanders of the armies in the United States.
  • On Aug.6, 2002, he was promoted to the rank of three-star general.
  • The president recommended that he be promoted to three-star general.

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