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famous US English

Known about by many people

world-famous US English

Known throughout the world

famous last words US English

Said as an ironic comment on or reply to an overconfident assertion that may well be proved wrong by events

famous for being famous US English

Having no recognizable or distinct reason for one’s fame other than high media exposure

famous for being famous in famous US English

Having no recognizable or distinct reason for one’s fame other than high media exposure

famous last words in famous US English

Said as an ironic comment on or reply to an overconfident assertion that may well be proved wrong by events

fifteen minutes of fame in fifteen US English

A brief period of fame that a person enjoys before fading back into obscurity

fifteen minutes of fame US English

A brief period of fame that a person enjoys before fading back into obscurity

famous US Thesaurus

an exhibit featuring the artwork of famous actors

famous English-Spanish

famoso

world-famous English-Spanish

mundialmente famoso, de fama mundial

a famous victory in famous English-Spanish

una victoria memorable

she's a famous lawyer in a English-Spanish

es una famosa abogada

he's quite famous locally in locally English-Spanish

es bastante famoso en la zona (

she's a famous lawyer/writer in be English-Spanish

es una famosa abogada/escritora

I had dreams of being famous in dream English-Spanish

mi sueño (dorado) era hacerme famoso, soñaba con la fama

one of their famous musical evenings in evening English-Spanish

una de sus famosas veladas musicales

she was famous throughout Europe/the world in throughout English-Spanish

era famosa en toda Europa/en todo el mundo

his famous sense of humor was conspicuously absent in absent English-Spanish

su famoso sentido del humor brilló por su ausencia

rich or famous or intellectual or all three in all English-Spanish

rico o famoso o intelectual o las tres cosas a la vez

the expedition was led by a famous anthropologist in lead English-Spanish

la expedición iba al mando de un famoso antropólogo

the famous film which starred Bogart and Bergman in star English-Spanish

la famosa película que tuvo como protagonistas a Bogart y Bergman

nothing can possibly go wrong —famous last words! in word English-Spanish

nada puede salir mal —¡sí, créetelo!

I'm sure he got the idea off some famous writer in get English-Spanish

estoy seguro de que sacó la idea de algún escritor famoso

I'm sure he got the idea off some famous writer in get off English-Spanish

estoy seguro de que sacó la idea de algún escritor famoso

just because he's famous doesn't mean he can be rude in just English-Spanish

el hecho de que sea famoso no le da derecho a ser grosero

we've never had any problems with the car, famous last words … in word English-Spanish

nunca hemos tenido problemas con el coche, mejor no digamos nada …


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