Star : nf (word coming from the Italian vedetta "observatory", alteration, after see "To see", from veletta "Star", probably from Portuguese vanefamily of see her, to ensure "To watch", of Spanish origin).
The word "star" has several meanings:
1. Highlight (a name, a title), detach it in large characters on a single line, at the head of the page.
2. Current: Artist who has the limelight, and by extension: person who enjoys great renown, in the entertainment world.
The stars of the stage, the cinema (synonyms: star, star, superstar).
Situation, star attitude (stardom).
Phrase: Playing the stars: doing the important thing.
Leading character, well known.
A football star.
The stars of the bar (tenor).
Make someone a star.
By apostasy: The featured presenters.
Un Chef, the recipe, for an flat star (signature dish).
3. In the theater, having your name printed in large letters.
To have, to share the limelight.
Figured The party congress has, takes the limelight, is at the forefront of the news.
Steal the spotlight from someone.
II. Formerly: Soldier placed on sentry to observe and provide information. Featured Soldier, at a Featured Post.
Marine: Small warship used for observation.
Small, fast motor craft.