listen to the pronunciation of famous
Englisch - Türkisch

Adana'nın kebabı, Hatay'ın künefesi meşhurdur. - Adana is famous for its kebab and Hatay for its kanafeh.

O meşhur bir sanatçıdır. - He is a famous artist.


Justin Bieber, Katie Holmes'tan daha ünlüdür. - Justin Bieber is more famous than Katie Holmes.

Onun oğlu ünlü bir piyanist oldu. - His son became a famous pianist.

{s} tanınmış

Mary tanınmış bir pop yıldızıdır. - Mary is a famous pop star.

O tanınmış bir dağdır. - That's a famous mountain.

adlı sanlı
{s} tatminkâr
{s} mükemmel

Biz mükemmel bir biçimde geçindik. - We got along famously.

famously meşhur olarak
famous for
ile tanınmış
famous people
ünlü kişi
famous person
meşhur kişi
famous swedish rock and roll band
İsveçli ünlü rock and roll grubu
famous; notorious
ünlü; azılı
famous for
(Fiili Deyim ) ünlü olmak
be famous for
ile ünlü olmak
be famous
ünlü olmak
more famous
daha ünlü
dünyaca ünlü
become famous
ünlü olmak
become famous
ün kazanmak

Biz mükemmel bir biçimde geçindik. - We got along famously.

pek iyi
çok iyi
z., k.dili. çok iyi
world famous
dünyaca ünlü
world famous
dünya çapında tanınan
Englisch - Englisch
Well known
In the public eye

Some people are only famous within their city.

{a} renowned, noted, distinguished, great
Someone or something that is famous is very well known. New Orleans is famous for its cuisine. England's most famous landscape artist, John Constable
{s} well-known, notorious; excellent, wonderful (Slang)
widely known and esteemed; "a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
Celebrated in fame or public report; renowned; mach talked of; distinguished in story; used in either a good or a bad sense, chiefly the former; often followed by for; as, famous for erudition, for eloquence, for military skill; a famous pirate
famous last words
A notable final utterance before death, especially one made by a celebrity or historical figure

When Arria's husband was hesitating to kill himself, she stabbed herself with his dagger, to demonstrate to him how to accomplish a noble suicide. Her famous last words—Paete, non dolet .

famous last words
A statement which is overly optimistic, results from overconfidence, or lacks realistic foresight

Those sound like such famous last words, Dave said.

Famous Five
the main characters in a series of British books for children by Enid Blyton, mostly written in the 1940s and 1950s. They are a group of two boys, two girls, and a dog called Timmy. They come from middle-class families and go to private schools, but they have a lot of exciting adventures together during the school holidays
famous misquotation
famous non-quotation, famous phrase attributed to a person who actually did not say it
famous non-quotation
famous misquotation, famous phrase attributed to a person who actually did not say it
famous painter
{i} well-known painter, painter whose name is known by many
famous people
{i} well-known people, celebrities
famous picture
{i} well-known picture; famous painting
famous place
{i} well-known place, famous location
famous sculptor
well-known artist who makes sculptures
famous worldwide
well-known or popular throughout the world, world renowned
famous writer
well-known writer, writer whose name is known by many
renowned in many parts of the world (especially in the Western world)
{a} with great renown, cleverly, well
became famous
became a celebrity, became well-known
becoming famous
coming to be renowned, becoming well known
In a celebrated manner; notably; notoriously
in a manner or to an extent that is well known; "in his famously anecdotal style
In a famous manner; in a distinguished degree; greatly; splendidly
in a manner or to an extent that is well known; "in his famously anecdotal style"
If you get on or get along famously with someone, you are very friendly with each other and enjoy meeting and being together. I got on famously with Leary from the first time we met
in a splendid manner; "he did splendidly in the exam"; "we got along famously"
in a famous manner; well, excellently (Informal); exceptionally, remarkably
You use famously to refer to a fact that is well known, usually because it is remarkable or extreme. Authors are famously ignorant about the realities of publishing
made him famous
helped make him into a celebrity, caused him to be well-known
world famous
having a well-known reputation internationally, very famous around the world
Someone or something that is world-famous is known about by people all over the world. the world-famous Hollywood Bowl. known about by people all over the world