英 [stɑ:(r)] 美 [stɑr]
名词明星; 星; 星级; 星状物
1. One's star has set.
1. She has starred in some thirty films.
2. He didn't star at that job.
1. His wish to become a football star has come true.
2. His star was in the ascendant.
A：Who are those guys?
B：Kobi Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, they are the Los Angeles Lakers’ star players.
B：Wait a second. He shoots, he scores!
B：Here comes Jordan, though.
A：Wow, Michael Jordan’s slam-dunks are beautiful things to watch.
B：Yeah. He’s older, so he doesn’t slam, as much as he did when he was younger, but when he does, it’s still amazing.
A：Which team do you think will win?
B：The Lakers. Jordan is the only good player Washington has.
1. 星形：3-1-5 星形(Star)工具 3-1-6 闪耀(Flare)工具 3-1-7 直线(Line)工具 3-1-8 弧线(Arc)工具 3-1-9 螺旋(Spiral)工具 3-1-10 矩形网格(Rectangular Grid)工具 3-1-11 极坐标网格(Polar Grid)工具 3-2 徒手绘图工具 3-2-1 铅笔(Pencil)工具 3-2-2 平滑(Smooth)工具 3-2-3 橡皮擦(Eraser)工具 3-2-4 自动描图(Auto Trace)工具 3
2. <星型>：18.104.22.168 星型(Star)和雪花型(Snowflake)因此在许多数据仓库中,维度的所有属性都被存储在单个维度表中--即使这意味着类别和年份被冗余地存储了多次. 在单个表中存储冗余的值被称为反规范化(denormalizing)数据.
3. star：standard routine; 标准例程
4. star：standard terminal arrival route; 标准的终点到达航路
5. star：smooth transition auto regression; star模型
6. star：software technical assistance recognition; 软件的技术辅助识别
A star is a large ball of burning gas in space. Stars appear to us as small points of light in the sky on clear nights.
e.g. The night was dark, the stars hidden behind cloud.
You can refer to a shape or an object as a star when it has four, five, or more points sticking out of it in a regular pattern.
e.g. Children at school receive coloured stars for work well done.
You can say how many stars something such as a hotel or restaurant has as a way of talking about its quality, which is often indicated by a number of star-shaped symbols. The more stars something has, the better it is.
e.g. ...five star hotels.
Famous actors, musicians, and sports players are often referred to as stars .
e.g. ...Gemma, 41, star of the TV series Pennies From Heaven...
e.g. By now Murphy is Hollywood's top male comedy star...
If an actor or actress stars in a play or film, he or she has one of the most important parts in it.
e.g. The previous year Adolphson had starred in a play in which Ingrid had been an extra...
e.g. He's starred in dozens of films.
If a play or film stars a famous actor or actress, he or she has one of the most important parts in it.
e.g. ...the BBC's new satirical show, That Was The Week That Was, which starred David Frost.
e.g. ...a Hollywood film, The Secret of Santa Vittoria, directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Anthony Quinn.
Predictions about people's lives which are based on astrology and appear regularly in a newspaper or magazine are sometimes referred to as the stars .
e.g. There was nothing in my stars to say I'd have travel problems!
If you say that someone should thank their lucky stars that something is the case, you mean that they should be very grateful that it is the case, because otherwise their situation would be a lot worse.
e.g. Thank your lucky stars you're out of London.
1. the topology of a network whose components are connected to a hub
Synonym: star topology
2. a star-shaped character * used in printing
3. (astronomy) a celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior
4. any celestial body visible (as a point of light) from the Earth at night
5. someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
6. a performer who receives prominent billing
7. an actor who plays a principal role
8. a plane figure with 5 or more points
often used as an emblem
1. mark with an asterisk
e.g. Linguists star unacceptable sentences
2. be the star in a performance
3. feature as the star
e.g. The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man