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 ?
The family doctor gave her cod liver oil, then iron, then nitrate of silver, but as the first and the second and the third were alike in doing no good, and as his advice when spring came was to go abroad, a celebrated physician was called in.
Yes, said Polemarchus, and not only so, but a festival will he celebrated at night, which you certainly ought to see.
The remaining hymns are mostly of the briefest compass, merely hailing the god to be celebrated and mentioning his chief attributes.
Both bear a strong affinity to the discussions of other celebrated bodies; and, as it is always interesting to trace a resemblance between the proceedings of great men, we transfer the entry to these pages.
A CELEBRATED Divine having affirmed the fallibility of the Bible, was asked why, then, he preached the religion founded upon it.
With Tom it was awful; it 'most petrified him to think maybe he had got his uncle into a thousand times more trouble than ever, and maybe it wouldn't ever happened if he hadn't been so ambitious to get celebrated, and let the corpse alone the way the others done.
Then one might indeed cry out with the celebrated Dr Donne:
One day, however, Monsieur Stangerson, as he was leaving the Academy of Science, announced that the marriage of his daughter and Monsieur Robert Darzac would be celebrated in the privacy of the Chateau du Glandier, as soon as he and his daughter had put the finishing touches to their report summing up their labours on the "Dissociation of Matter.
This javelin he had wrested from a celebrated champion of the Happars, who had ignominiously fled, and was pursued by his foes beyond the summit of the mountain.
The oracle who is always consulted and cited on this subject is the celebrated Montesquieu.
One night we went to the celebrated Jardin Mabille, but only staid a little while.
From what little I know of him, that was the way he celebrated most things.