renowned

renowned
مَشْهُور \ celebrated: famous: a celebrated actor. distinguished: famous and important: a distinguished visitor. eminent: (of persons) important and well known: an eminent musician. famous: well known; having fame: a famous scientist. noted: famous: She is a noted musician. He was noted for his bravery. notorious: famous for sth. bad: He is notorious for his lateness. outstanding: especially noticed, because of some special quality: The play was an outstanding success. prominent: standing out; easily seen; well known and important: a house in a prominent position; a prominent politician. renowned: famous. well-known: famous: He’s a well-known man. He’s well known in Britain. \ See Also بارز (بارِز)‏

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  • Renowned — Re*nowned (r? nound ), a. Famous; celebrated for great achievements, for distinguished qualities, or for grandeur; eminent; as, a renowned king. Some renowned metropolis with glistering spires. Milton. [1913 Webster] These were the renowned of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • renowned — I adjective acclaimed, applauded, celebrated, clarus, consequential, conspicuous, distinguished, eminent, exalted, extraordinary, famed, famous, far famed, foremost, great, honored, illustrious, important, inlustris, known, leading, matchless,… …   Law dictionary

  • renowned — (adj.) late 14c.; pp. adjective from RENOWN (Cf. renown) …   Etymology dictionary

  • renowned — *famous, famed, celebrated, eminent, illustrious Analogous words: praised, acclaimed, lauded, extolled (see PRAISE): outstanding, signal, prominent (see NOTICEABLE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • renowned — [adj] famous acclaimed, celebrated, celebrious, distinguished, eminent, esteemed, extolled, famed, great, illustrious, in the limelight*, lauded, monster*, name*, notable, noted, of note, outstanding, praised, prominent, redoubted, signal,… …   New thesaurus

  • renowned — [ri nound′] adj. having renown; famous SYN. FAMOUS …   English World dictionary

  • renowned — adj. renowned as; for (renowned as a pianist; renowned for one s inventions) * * * [rɪ naʊnd] for (renowned as a pianist; renowned for one s inventions) renowned as …   Combinatory dictionary

  • renowned — re|nowned [rıˈnaund] adj known and admired by a lot of people, especially for a special skill, achievement, or quality = ↑famous renowned for ▪ an island renowned for its beauty renowned as ▪ He s renowned as a brilliant speaker. renowned… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • renowned — re|nowned [ rı naund ] adjective famous and admired for a special skill or achievement: a renowned artist/writer/sprinter The program includes a performance by the world renowned Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. renowned as: Perry was renowned as… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • renowned — adjective known and admired by a lot of people, especially for some special skill, achievement, or quality: be renowned for: The region is renowned for its fine Persian rugs. | be renowned as: Goldman was renowned as a journalist and author. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • renowned — UK [rɪˈnaʊnd] / US adjective famous and admired for a special skill or achievement a renowned artist/writer/sprinter The programme includes a performance by the world renowned Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. renowned as: Perry was renowned as an… …   English dictionary

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