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best-seller

noun success, hit (informal), winner, smash (informal), belter (slang), sensation, blockbuster (informal), wow (slang), market leader, smash hit (informal), chart-topper (informal), runaway success, number one an international best-seller
failure, turkey (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.), flop (informal), dud (informal), clunker (informal)
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Analysis by independent safety experts Thatcham Research confirms that five of the current Top 10 UK best-sellers now offer some level of AEB fitment as standard.
Ruth Rendell, who suffered a stroke in January, wrote more than 60 best-sellers, including the Inspector Wexford novels, which were turned into a TV series starring George Baker in the title role.
Simon Winchester, best-selling author, journalist, and broadcaster, has written 21 books, including the best-sellers 'The Professor and the Madman,' an account of the men behind the Oxford English Dictionary, and 'The Map that Changed the World,' about the nineteenth-century geologist William Smith.
Life Code also became number 1 on Amazon Best Sellers and The Wall Street Journal's Best-Sellers, as well as reaching 17 on USA Today's
Nosso interesse em relacao ao best-seller em traducao manifestou-se quando analisamos romances best-sellers internacionais, ou seja, romances traduzidos, e atestamos que o estatuto dos tradutores e a inexistencia do estrangeiro nas iccoes eram caracteristicas comprovadas.
But while they may be popular best-sellers, not all are worthwhile.
Some of the volumes (for example Julian of Norwich's Showings) have become best-sellers in their own right.
En ce sens, les best-sellers font partie de la litterature populaire.
The five- and six-room apartments, which are perennial best-sellers, will continue to be in demand.