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ce·leb

 (sə-lĕb′)
n. Informal
A celebrity.

celeb

(sɪˈlɛb)
n
informal a celebrity

ce•leb

(səˈlɛb)

n. Slang.
a celebrity.
[1910–15; by shortening]
Translations

celeb

[sɪˈleb] Nfamoso/a m/f

celeb

[sɪˈlɛb] n (= celebrity) → célébrité f

celeb

n (inf)Promi m (inf)
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