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fame /feɪm/ noun [uncountable]


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fame
[noun]
Synonyms: prominence, celebrity, glory, honour, renown, reputation, repute, stardom
Antonyms: obscurity, infamy
Contrasted words: disgrace, dishonor, disrepute, ignominy, obloquy, odium, opprobrium, shame
Related Words: acclaim, acclamation, applause, acknowledgment, recognition, conspicuousness, prominence, distinction, eminence, glory, greatness, honor, illustriousness, note, preeminence

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

fame /feɪm/ noun [uncountable]
[Word Family: adjective: famed, famous, infamous; adverb: famously, infamously; noun: fame]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin fama 'report, fame']
the state of being known about by a lot of people because of your achievements:
He claims he is not really interested in fame.
of ... fame (=used to show what someone is famous for)
Muhammad Ali, of boxing fame

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

fame
noun
ADJ. considerable, great the years of his greatest fame
widespread | local | national | international, world/worldwide She gained international fame as a dancer.
lasting, undying | brief | instant, sudden | new-found | posthumous Largely unknown in his lifetime, Mendel's discoveries earned him posthumous fame.
VERB + FAME enjoy He was enjoying his new-found fame.
achieve, come to, find, gain, rise to, shoot to, win She found fame on the stage. He shot to fame in 1997 when he won the US Open.
bring sb, earn sb HIs adventure brought him both fame and notoriety.
seek
FAME + VERB rest on sth Her fame rests on a single book.
come to sb a man to whom fame came very late
grow, spread The restaurant's fame spread quickly.
PHRASES at the height of sb/sth's fame In 1934, when at the height of his fame, he disappeared.
sb/sth's (chief/main/only) claim to fame The town's main claim to fame is being the home of one of the strangest buildings in the world.
fame and fortune After this concert she was firmly on the road to fame and fortune.
a/sb's rise to fame

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

fame

win/gain fame
He won fame when he appeared in the film ‘The Graduate’.
achieve/find fame
Amy Johnson found fame as a pilot.
bring/win somebody/something fame
Chomsky’s theories about language brought him fame.
rise to fame (=become famous)
She rose to fame during the early Sixties.
shoot to fame (=become famous very suddenly)
She shot to fame as a result of her victory in the Olympics.
seek fame (=try to become famous)
He sought fame in the jazz clubs of New York.
enjoy fame (=be famous)
The town briefly enjoyed fame as the location of a popular television series.
international/worldwide fame
Edinburgh achieved international fame as a centre of medical education.
national fame
Her oil paintings won her national fame.
lasting fame (=being famous for a long time)
Diderot gained lasting fame as the editor of the French Encyclopaedia.
brief fame (=being famous for a short time)
Ed achieved brief fame as a pop singer in the late 1980s.
instant fame
The success of her first novel brought her instant fame.
great fame
His acting ability brought him great fame.
new-found fame
Anna was finding it difficult to get used to her new-found fame.
sb’s/sth’s rise to fame
Her rise to fame has been astonishingly rapid.
at the height of sb’s/sth’s fame (=when someone was most famous)
At the height of his fame, he could earn $5,000 a day.
sb’s/sth’s claim to fame (=reason for being famous)
One of his main claims to fame is having invented the electric light bulb.
fame and fortune (=being rich and famous)
He came to London to seek fame and fortune.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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