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co·star

also co-star  (kō′stär′)
n.
A starring actor or actress given equal status with another or others in a play, film, or television series.
tr. & intr.v. co·starred, co·star·ring, co·stars
To act or present as a costar.

co-star

n
1. (Theatre) an actor who shares star billing with another
2. (Film) an actor who shares star billing with another
vb, -stars, -starring or -starred
3. (Theatre) (often foll by: with) to share star billing (with another actor)
4. (Film) (often foll by: with) to share star billing (with another actor)
5. (Theatre) (tr) to present as sharing top billing: the film co-starred Mae West and W. C. Fields.
6. (Film) (tr) to present as sharing top billing: the film co-starred Mae West and W. C. Fields.

co-star


Past participle: co-starred
Gerund: co-starring

Imperative
co-star
co-star
Present
I co-star
you co-star
he/she/it co-stars
we co-star
you co-star
they co-star
Preterite
I co-starred
you co-starred
he/she/it co-starred
we co-starred
you co-starred
they co-starred
Present Continuous
I am co-starring
you are co-starring
he/she/it is co-starring
we are co-starring
you are co-starring
they are co-starring
Present Perfect
I have co-starred
you have co-starred
he/she/it has co-starred
we have co-starred
you have co-starred
they have co-starred
Past Continuous
I was co-starring
you were co-starring
he/she/it was co-starring
we were co-starring
you were co-starring
they were co-starring
Past Perfect
I had co-starred
you had co-starred
he/she/it had co-starred
we had co-starred
you had co-starred
they had co-starred
Future
I will co-star
you will co-star
he/she/it will co-star
we will co-star
you will co-star
they will co-star
Future Perfect
I will have co-starred
you will have co-starred
he/she/it will have co-starred
we will have co-starred
you will have co-starred
they will have co-starred
Future Continuous
I will be co-starring
you will be co-starring
he/she/it will be co-starring
we will be co-starring
you will be co-starring
they will be co-starring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been co-starring
you have been co-starring
he/she/it has been co-starring
we have been co-starring
you have been co-starring
they have been co-starring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been co-starring
you will have been co-starring
he/she/it will have been co-starring
we will have been co-starring
you will have been co-starring
they will have been co-starring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been co-starring
you had been co-starring
he/she/it had been co-starring
we had been co-starring
you had been co-starring
they had been co-starring
Conditional
I would co-star
you would co-star
he/she/it would co-star
we would co-star
you would co-star
they would co-star
Past Conditional
I would have co-starred
you would have co-starred
he/she/it would have co-starred
we would have co-starred
you would have co-starred
they would have co-starred
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.co-star - one of two actors who are given equal status as stars in a play or film
principal, star, lead - an actor who plays a principal role
Verb1.co-star - feature as the co-star in a performance
star - feature as the star; "The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man"
2.co-star - be the co-star in a performance
dramatic art, dramaturgy, theater, theatre, dramatics - the art of writing and producing plays
star - be the star in a performance
Translations

co-star

[ˈkəʊstɑːʳ]
A. Ncoprotagonista mf, coestrella mf
B. VI to co-star with sbfigurar con algn como protagonista
C. VT the film co-stars A and Bla película presenta como protagonistas a A y B or está coprotagonizada por A y B

co-star

n (Film, Theat) → einer der Hauptdarsteller; Burton and Taylor were co-starsBurton und Taylor spielten die Hauptrollen
vt the film co-stars R. Burtonder Film zeigt R. Burton in einer der Hauptrollen

co-star

[ˈkəʊstɑːʳ] nco-protagonista m/f
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