There are 2 translations of star in Spanish:

star1

Pronunciation: /stɑːr; stɑː(r)/

n

  • 1 [Astrol] [Astron] (astral body) astro (m); (visible in the sky at night) estrella (f) the morning star el lucero del alba or de la mañana it's (written) in the stars está escrito what do the stars foretell today? ¿qué dicen los astros para hoy?, ¿qué dice el horóscopo para hoy? to be born under a lucky/an unlucky star nacer* con buena/mala estrella to see stars ver* las estrellas to thank one's lucky stars [colloquial/familiar] dar* gracias al cielo (before n) star sign signo (m) del zodíaco
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    • This new heat supply causes the outer layers of the star to expand and cool, and the star becomes a red giant, or a red supergiant if it is very massive.
    • But Tarenghi is most thrilled about the observations of pulsating stars known as Cepheid variables.
    • Later, astronomers further scrutinized this star with the Hubble Space Telescope.
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    • Castor's skill with horses is said to be shared by those born under the influence of the star.
    • No-one could escape the influence of the stars, he was alleged to be telling them, and it was therefore as well to know one's own future from a chart-reading.
    • Cavalcanti berated the philosopher for giving so much consideration to the influence of the stars.
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    • They believe and accept the predestined future written in their horoscope or stars, that regardless of their effort whatever has to happen will happen.
    • It is so strange and I think it has something to do with the stars, I mean horoscope.
  • 2 (symbol) estrella (f); (asterisk) asterisco (m) the Star of David la estrella de David a four-star hotel un hotel de cuatro estrellas two-/four-star petrol (BrE) gasolina (f) or (RPl) nafta (f) normal/súper, bencina (f) corriente/especial (Andes)
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    • Local authorities can receive up to three stars - indicating excellent - for their performance.
    • The star ratings were awarded after all trusts were assessed against key targets from April 2003 to March 2004.
    • The project received one star, in a system where no stars indicates poor and three excellent.
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    • Why is there a star next to some users' names on the active users lists?
  • 3 (celebrity) estrella (f) she became a star overnight se convirtió en una estrella or alcanzó el estrellato de la noche a la mañana a movie star una estrella de cine (before n) star attraction atracción (f) estelar or especial star performance actuación (f) estelar his star pupil su alumno estrella, su alumno más brillante or destacado she's got star quality tiene madera de estrella star role papel (m) estelar star turn (act) momento (m) estelar (person) gran figura (f) star witness testigo (mf) principal
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    • Well, former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco has said some of the biggest stars in his sport used steroids.
    • Sports stars can be incredibly talented, innovative and breathtaking, but they're not geniuses.
    • The leading aviators became as famous as sports stars and Hollywood actors.

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Word of the day merienda
f
afternoon snack …
Cultural fact of the day

Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more

There are 2 translations of star in Spanish:

star2

vt (-rr-)

  • 1 [Cin] [Theat] [TV] the famous film which starred Bogart and Bergman la famosa película que tuvo como protagonistas a Bogart y Bergman '2005', starring Mike Kirnon '2005', con (la actuación estelar de) Mike Kirnon
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    • While in New York, he bumped into David Rubinoff, the playwright responsible for Stuck, a one-man show starring Sean Power that Zotter had seen and loved in Toronto.
    • The play starring Anna Manahan and Des Keogh is a much-loved favourite not only in the county but internationally and was recently nominated for an outer critic circle award in New York.
    • When I was 4, I went backstage at a play starring Tony Robinson.
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    • The actress has starred in films such as Something About Mary, Vanilla Sky and last year's epic Gangs of New York and is one of Tinseltown's hottest stars.
    • The Glenrothes-born actor has also starred in films such as Mission Impossible II and Ripley's Game.
    • In 1986, she starred in the title role in Trevor Nunn's film Lady Jane, about the ill-fated nine-day queen, Lady Jane Grey.
  • 2 (mark) [passage/items] marcar* con un asterisco
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    • Items are starred according to their relative importance and whether the committee is recommended to approve the action or policy, or to provide comment.
    • Hotels in France are regulated and starred according to price, so rates are posted up front, helping to avoid the price-comparison and guessing game you often have to play in the States.

vi (-rr-)

  • she has starred in several films ha protagonizado varias películas

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Word of the day merienda
f
afternoon snack …
Cultural fact of the day

Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more