Definitions for Celebrity
səˈlɛb rɪ ticelebri·ty
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word Celebrity.
celebrity, famous personnoun
a widely known person
"he was a baseball celebrity"
fame, celebrity, renownnoun
the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
A rite or ceremony.
Fame, renown; the state of being famous or talked-about.
A person who has a high degree of recognition by the general population; a famous person.
Etymology: From French célébrité.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: celebritas, Lat.
The manner of her receiving, and the celebrity of the marriage, were performed with great magnificence. Francis Bacon.
Celebrity is a condition of fame and broad public recognition of a person or group as a result of the attention given to them by mass media. An individual may attain a celebrity status from having great wealth, their participation in sports or the entertainment industry, their position as a political figure, or even from their connection to another celebrity. 'Celebrity' usually implies a favorable public image, as opposed to the neutrals 'famous' or 'notable', or the negatives 'infamous' and 'notorious'.
A celebrity is a person who is widely recognized and often famed or idolized by a significant number of people, due to his or her accomplishments, prominence in a certain field, or media visibility. This can include fields such as entertainment, sports, politics, or other areas of public interest. A celebrity often has a large fan base and attracts significant media attention.
the state or condition of being celebrated; fame; renown; as, the celebrity of Washington
a person of distinction or renown; -- usually in the plural; as, he is one of the celebrities of the place
Etymology: [L. celebritas: cf. F. clbrit.]
A celebrity is a person, who has a prominent profile and commands some degree of public fascination and influence in day-to-day media. The term is often synonymous with wealth, implied with great popular appeal, prominence in a particular field, and is easily recognized by the general public. Various careers within the fields of sports and entertainment are commonly associated with celebrity status. These fields have produced prominent figures within these two industries. While people may gain celebrity status as a result of a successful career in a particular field, in other cases, people become celebrities due to media attention for their extravagant lifestyle or wealth; for their connection to a famous person; or even for their misdeeds. Celebrities may be known around the world, within a specific country; or within a region.
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The numerical value of Celebrity in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Celebrity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
A stalker only does to a celebrity what the celebrity's media company did to the stalker first.
A celebrity endorsement is not going to persuade you to vote for a person but a celebrity endorsement will make it so that it's cool to tell people you're voting for somebody, they make it cool to be for Hillary Clinton and not something to keep to yourself.
Police said the rapper spent the night in central booking and would appear before a judge on Friday. Joseph Tacopina, Meek’s lawyer, told the New YorkDaily News that Mill was arrested because of Joseph Tacopina celebrity status. ‘ LION KING ’ PRODUCER REVEALS BOMBSHELL : MUFASA AND SCAR ARE NOT BROTHERS It really stinks of obvious targeting an individual who is a celebrity and maybe who law enforcement don't like, and it's not what the system is supposed to be about, Joseph Tacopina said. If his name was John Smith, he wouldn't have even been arrested.
A lot of my clients have not begun as celebrities, they were typical people who were essentially women in crisis, sometimes because of the celebrity man. Because they were involved with a man who was a celebrity, they have become, in a sense, celebrity victims.
The nice thing about being a celebrity is that when you bore people, they think it's their fault.
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- знаменитост, известностBulgarian
- celebritatCatalan, Valencian
- ידוען, סלב, סלבריטיHebrew
- híresség, sztárHungarian
- 有名人, 名士, セレブリティー, セレブJapanese
- mūrau, hautupuaMāori
- известность, слава, знаменитостьRussian
- celebritet, kändisSwedish
- người nổi tiếngVietnamese
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