a very large mass of burning gas in space, especially one that can be seen as a small bright point of light in a clear sky at night
a famous or very skilful performer; the main performer in a film, play, etc.
a person's fame or chance of getting it
mark or decorate with, or as with a star or stars; take an asterisk to direct attention to sth
be a star in a play, film, etc.
"the leading man"
"a star figure skater"
"the starring role"
"a stellar role"
"a stellar performance"
"The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man"
"Linguists star unacceptable sentences"
Whence the stars; why some are fix'd, And planetary some.
出自： W. Cowper
Thy soul was like a Star, and dwelt apart.
The innumerable stars, faint and far.
This galaxy contains about one hundred billion stars.
出自： P. Davies
Like a sable curtain starr'd with gold.
出自： E. Young
The pale wild roses star the banks.
出自： H. Corby
本地那家电影院上演的那部片子是谁主演的? star sb in sth
The film stars a famous actor in the part of the mad scientist.