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  • The meaning of "Fame" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. Hall of Fame usually refers to an exhibit or museum that honors people who did exceptionally well in their field. Examples of some are the Baseball Hall of Fame and Tennis Hall of Fame

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    2. 遅く返事をして申し訳ありません。 basically means that everyone wants to have money, everyone wants to have power, and everyone wants to be famous.

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    2. it means they didn't not understand even their mechanics so it would be hard for them to use/understand the clocks

  • Example sentences using "Fame"

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    2. 'The album was his claim to fame', 'When she told her story she received overnight fame', 'He had found his claim to fame', 'overnight fame was all she wanted'. These aren't common expressions, just example sentences. 'Overnight fame' and 'claim to fame' are common expressions themselves. Some similar sayings are 'ticket to fame', 'five minutes of fame', 'hall of fame' and 'overnight success'

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    2. Her claim to fame was short and disappointing. My claim to fame was being on a reality show once. Andy's claim to fame was when he was on a TV show for 5 seconds.

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    2. Kudos to you for winning your soccer game! Kudos for getting accepted into college! *** Celebrities have all the fame and fortune.

  • Similar words to "Fame" and their differences

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    2. So fame is more of a long-term thing. Glory would be a moment generally. "He charged ahead of the other soldiers for glory!" "He played for the love of the sport, and the few moments of glory we all dream of." "He was corrupted by fame" "Although he had obtained the fame many people dream of, he was still unhappy." Glorify - To talk about something in a way which makes it seem better than it is. A common example "He glorified his time in the military." (he talked about the military like it was awesome, but we know that it's usually not). Praise - To express temporary admiration "He received praise for his performance."

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    2. Reputation is what other people or the general public think of you wether it’s good or bad. Fame is that you are known or recognized by many people, and can be for good or bad reasons. Example: the boy had a bad reputation because he is known to be a thief. I’m from Canada, and we are famous for maple syrup. “A celebrity is famous because many people recognize and know them, but some of them have a bad reputation for behaving badly in their personal lives. “ Does that make sense?

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    2. Fame (famous) : the state of being known or talked about by many people, especially on account of notable achievements. Example : Albert Einstein is a famous scientist Reputation : opinion that people in general have about someone or something, or how much respect or admiration someone or something receives. Example : That man has a bad reputation as an singer

  • Translations of "Fame"

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    2. I'm hungry

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    2. Today I'm very hungry

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    2. Japan has long been famous for its sexual culture

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    2. The popular person is a young singer from my hometown. His name is Wang Jun Kai. Let me think... He just graduated from high school and is 18 years old. When he was younger, he experienced a bit of fame, however, nowadays, most teenagers know of him, globally.

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    2. How the celebrity was famous for a short time. Like Drake and Madonna are famous still. 15 mins of fame says how a celeb was only famous for certain, quick thing. Such as Iggy for her rapping or maybe Alex from target.

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    2. Normally, "all the same" means "nevertheless". If the meaning here were "equally", a grammatically correct way to say it using "same" would be something like "we want them all to the same extent". However, song lyrics can be pretty loose with grammar... Well, in any case, I'd pick the more grammatically correct interpretation of "nevertheless".

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    2. Hi! I must admit I am not sure I will be totally correct, but I will point out some of your mistakes! Firstly, I think you mean to say “role model wanted” instead of “authority wanted”. The word ‘role model / leader’ is more appropriate to be used in your writing. ‘Authorities’ is usually used for the government. If you want to use the word ‘authority’ for a person, you can say ‘He has a lot of authority over (somebody).’ ROLE MODEL WANTED It is said that nowadays, it is hard to find people who can be role models for teenagers. (Use the word “leaders” instead of “authorities”.) Back then, people with incredible talent had ethical standards. However, now it appears that people who have achieved success and fame do not have any rules or limits. (Use the word ‘however’ to show that there is a difference between the past and now.) So whose example can the teenagers follow to avoid the destruction of humanity? (The use of “who’s is wrong. The correct word should be “whose”. “Who’s” means who is.)(Use “can” instead of “could”.)(It is “the” destruction of humanity not “a”.) The fact is, times are changing, and so are the norms. (“Lifestyle’s norms” sounds awkward to me.) Sometimes, what is unacceptable for an older person can be completely normal for a younger person. We cannot treat the life in the () way. (We can (I don’t understand this part.) our style upon person X, our diet upon person Y and our way of writing poems upon person Z. (“Writting” is wrong. The word is spelt with one t.) The development of the economy causes endless possibilities. (The article “the” is needed before the word “economy”. The word “enormous” means big, I think you mean many so I have used here the word “endless”.) Thanks to that, no matter what you are interested in, you can find some people who have obtained the master level in that field on the Internet. (“Whatever you are” instead of “whatever are you”. It is better to use “no matter what you are”. Use the word “field” instead of “branch”. It is “on” the Internet, not “in”.) Unavoidably, you admire those people / that person. You realise (I don’t understand what you mean.) (“Realise” is British, “realize” is American.) This type of people usually love to share their passion (knowledge and experience) with others. They make you understand that "yes, you can do it too, it is possible". The indisputable role model in the dance field that I have looked up to, for ages, is Galen Hooks. She is a dancer and choreographer from Los Angeles. Her choreographies on YouTube, which includes original dance moves, have intrigued me. Previously, I had never seen before, such precision and perfection of workmanship and acting in dance. When I had my first pleasure to take her classes, I saw a huge passion in her. While teaching us, she gave us precious tokens of advice (“Tokens of advice” is a common phrase. Learn to use it.) and remarks which I then analysed and regularly followed to correct the quality of my movements. She is my number one. To sum up, in our times, there are many more people who can be role models for teenagers than ever before in various fields, mainly thanks to the Internet. (Use “many” instead of “more”.) However we have to remember to choose wisely only the best characteristics of our role model to be inspired by. (“Use our brains” can be replaced with “wisely”.) Please ask if you have any questions.

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    2. During the remainder of my life, I hope I enjoy the value of my life not by means of just money or fame. I am always thankful for my circumstances. They are enough to me. I hope every one in this world will live better and feel happy.

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