celebrated


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cel·e·brat·ed

 (sĕl′ə-brā′tĭd)
adj.
Known and praised widely; noted. See Synonyms at famous.

celebrated

(ˈsɛlɪˌbreɪtɪd)
adj
(usually prenominal) famous: a celebrated pianist; a celebrated trial.

cel•e•brat•ed

(ˈsɛl əˌbreɪ tɪd)

adj.
renowned; well-known.
[1669–70]
cel′e•brat`ed•ness, n.
syn: See famous.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.celebrated - widely known and esteemed; "a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
known - apprehended with certainty; "a known quantity"; "the limits of the known world"; "a musician known throughout the world"; "a known criminal"
2.celebrated - having an illustrious past
glorious - having or deserving or conferring glory; "a long and glorious career"; "our glorious literature"

celebrated

celebrated

adjective
Translations
شَهير، مَشْهور
proslavenýslavný
fejret
frægur

celebrated

[ˈselɪbreɪtɪd] ADJcélebre, famoso

celebrated

[ˈsɛlɪbreɪtɪd] adjcélèbre

celebrated

adjgefeiert (for wegen), berühmt (for für)

celebrated

[ˈsɛlɪˌbreɪtɪd] adjcelebre

celebrate

(ˈseləbreit) verb
to mark by giving a party etc in honour of (a happy or important event). I'm celebrating (my birthday) today.
ˈcelebrated adjective
famous. a celebrated actress.
ˌceleˈbration noun
birthday celebrations.
ceˈlebrity (-ˈle-) plural ceˈlebrities noun
a well-known person. celebrities from the world of entertainment.
References in classic literature ?
Hurrah for Miss March, the celebrated American authoress
causing the opposite woods to re-echo with a name which, Heyward well remembered, had been given by his enemies to a celebrated hunter and scout of the English camp, and who, he now learned for the first time, had been his late companion.
Pearl, therefore -- so large were the attainments of her three years' lifetime -- could have borne a fair examination in the New England Primer, or the first column of the Westminster Catechisms, although unacquainted with the outward form of either of those celebrated works.
I was invited--with no visible connection--to repeat afresh Goody Gosling's celebrated mot or to confirm the details already supplied as to the cleverness of the vicarage pony.
devil- dam, i do not know the origin of; tit-bit is obvious; Pequod, you will no doubt remember, was the name of a celebrated tribe of Massachusetts Indians, now extinct as the ancient Medes.
In far Lithuania they had celebrated Christmas; and it came to him as if it had been yesterday--himself a little child, with his lost brother and his dead father in the cabin--in the deep black forest, where the snow fell all day and all night and buried them from the world.
Haitian bloodshed became an argument to show the barbarous nature of the Negro, a doctrine Wendell Phillips sought to combat in his celebrated lecture on Toussaint L'Ouverture.
It came to be a great burden, as to time and trouble, but of course it was at the same time compensatingly agree- able to be so celebrated and such a center of homage.
Some were from Jupiter and other worlds in our own system, but the most celebrated were three poets, Saa, Bo and Soof, from great planets in three different and very remote systems.
He said if we could find that corpse we would be celebrated, and more talked about than if we got drownded.
The instrument was unlocked, every body prepared to be charmed, and Marianne, who sang very well, at their request went through the chief of the songs which Lady Middleton had brought into the family on her marriage, and which perhaps had lain ever since in the same position on the pianoforte, for her ladyship had celebrated that event by giving up music, although by her mother's account, she had played extremely well, and by her own was very fond of it.
Christmas and the New Year had been celebrated at Gateshead with the usual festive cheer; presents had been interchanged, dinners and evening parties given.