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ar·tiste

 (är-tēst′)
n.
1. A skilled public performer or entertainer, especially a singer or dancer.
2. A person with artistic pretensions.

[French; see artist.]
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artiste

(ɑːˈtiːst; French artist)
n
1. an entertainer, such as a singer or dancer
2. a person who is highly skilled in some occupation: a hair artiste.
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ar•tiste

(ɑrˈtist)

n.
an artist, esp. an actor, singer, dancer, or other public performer.
[1815–25; < French]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.artiste - a public performer (a dancer or singer)artiste - a public performer (a dancer or singer)
performer, performing artist - an entertainer who performs a dramatic or musical work for an audience
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artiste

noun performer, player, entertainer, Thespian, trouper, play-actor a Parisian cabaret artiste
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Translations
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artistgösteri sanatçısı

artiste

[ɑːˈtiːst] N (esp Brit) (Theat) → artista mf (del espectáculo) (Mus) → intérprete mf
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artiste

[ɑːrˈtiːst] (mainly British) nartiste mf
a cabaret artiste → un artiste de cabaret
a drag artiste → un travesti
a trapeze artiste → un(e) trapéziste
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artiste

nKünstler(in) m(f); (= circus artiste)Artist(in) m(f); artistes’ entranceBühneneingang m
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artiste

[aːˈtiːst] n (Cine, Theatre, TV) → artista m/f
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

artiste

(aːˈtiːst) noun
a person who performs in a theatre, circus etc. a troupe of circus artistes.
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References in periodicals archive ?
It is important not to mistake artists' books for art books, collaborative illustrated books (livres d'artiste) made by writers and artists but driven by the authors, collectors' editions that include original fine art editions of prints or photographs or exhibition catalogs.
She defines the curator as a "commis de l'artiste." How would you define it?
Later the freak-show, amateur-night torch was taken up by Howie Montaug's Cabaret, from which emerged (or didn't) numerous mad artistes.