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celeb

Syllabification: ce·leb
Pronunciation: /səˈleb
 
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Definition of celeb in English:

noun

informal
A celebrity: a TV celeb
More example sentences
  • According to the Mirror, Britain's young people are fed up with brain-dead pop stars and shallow celebs.
  • The Libertines are more like reality TV celebs than old-school rock stars.
  • You know, the sort of offers that rock stars and sporting celebs would get.

Origin

early 20th century (originally US): abbreviation.

Words that rhyme with celeb

Aurangzeb, bleb, deb, ebb, pleb, reb, web, Webb

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