show stopper

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show stopper





(Theatre) informal a stage act, etc, that receives so much applause as to interrupt the performance

show stopper

n (fam) → scena or numero che strappa gli applausi
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Olympus 10-0, Mohtram 9-1, Rustam 7-12, Tanya 7-11, Show Stopper 7-0.
This most recent one, however, is the first product of its kind in hair care and visually, it's a show stopper, according to the company.
Five exhibitors at the recent 2017 Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition (UCT) were awarded the annual UCT Show Stopper Awards.
The winners based on the criteria set were the extremely delicious bacon quiche and the show stopper 3D M&M cake.
Kate Middleton's Zara necklace , Lada Gaga's Vera Wang Christmas tree, and Michelle Obama's Marchesa show stopper all make the list.
It pulls you in and enhances your curves - and worn with a golden glow, it's a show stopper.
Teamed with bright chunky jewellery and a great pair of heels, this eye catching dress is a real show stopper.
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49) A pinky red, this is a show stopper in terms of colour.
49) Verdict: A pinky red, this is a show stopper in terms of colour.
So, my point is that if the show stopper does not make an impact then why have one in the first place?
The DC-10 tanker fire fighting aircraft was another show stopper.