famous

listen to the pronunciation of famous
Englisch - Türkisch
meşhur

Zülfikar, dördüncü İslam halifesi olan Hazret-i Ali'nin meşhur kılıcıydı. - Zulfiqar was the famous sword of Hazret-i Ali, fourth caliph of Islam.

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

ünlü

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

Onun kitabı sadece İngiltere'de ünlü değil, Japonya'da da ünlü. - His book is famous not only in England but also in Japan.

{s} tanınmış

Jim Carrey iyi ve çok tanınmış bir komedyendir. - Jim Carrey is very famous and a good comedian.

Michael Jackson, Abd'nin en tanınmış şarkıcısıydı. - Michael Jackson was the most famous singer in the United States.

adlı
adlı sanlı
şanlı
famously meşhur olarak
{s} tatminkâr
{s} mükemmel

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

belli
angın
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
world-famous
dünyaca ünlü
become famous
ünlü olmak
become famous
ün kazanmak
famously
mükemmel

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

famously
pek iyi
famously
çok iyi
famously
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
celebrious
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 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 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
world-famous
renowned in many parts of the world (especially in the Western world)
famously
{a} with great renown, cleverly, well
became famous
became a celebrity, became well-known
becoming famous
coming to be renowned, becoming well known
famously
In a celebrated manner; notably; notoriously
famously
in a manner or to an extent that is well known; "in his famously anecdotal style
famously
In a famous manner; in a distinguished degree; greatly; splendidly
famously
in a manner or to an extent that is well known; "in his famously anecdotal style"
famously
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
famously
in a splendid manner; "he did splendidly in the exam"; "we got along famously"
famously
in a famous manner; well, excellently (Informal); exceptionally, remarkably
famously
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
world-famous
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
famous
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