Translation of famous in Spanish:


famoso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfeɪməs//ˈfeɪməs/


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    a famous victory una victoria memorable
    • so where's this famous girlfriend of yours? ¿dónde está tu tan mentada novia?
    • Belgium is rightly famous for its blond beers, and you'll find a bar on every street corner.
    • Pitcairners are famous for the culture of silence that pervades their small society.
    • The Old Inn at Gairloch is famous for its seafood and game but it is worth holding back to enjoy pudding.
    • Riddle was famous for the work he did with Frank Sinatra, but was wary of getting too close to him.
    • Aoka is famous for the edicts he ordered to be carved on rocks and pillars throughout his kingdom.
    • How about a break in Chicago, the city famous for its jazz and blues music and its great shopping?
    • There's a wide variety of stalls but Yarmouth market is famous for its chip stalls.
    • Frida Kahlo is an icon who is arguably more famous for her image than for her work.
    • He is famous for wanting his money up front and for not playing a note until he has checked the payment.
    • They reassembled the beautiful buildings that this city had once been famous for.
    • He was famous for breaking countless bands and introducing new music to his listeners.
    • My father is famous for these kind of faux pas, partly because he is very deaf.
    • The Irish actor was as famous for his varied movie roles as his drinking and womanising.
    • The Marx Brothers were famous for refusing to stick to the script of their stage shows.
    • The Sea of Cortez is famous for whales, which come to bear their young in January.
    • The city is a World Heritage Site and is famous for its classical music, beer and marzipan.
    • The crocus was famous for both aesthetic and practical reasons in the ancient world.
    • Some of his works are as famous for their literary as for their philosophical aspects.
    • Klose is famous for his heading ability but this was his first for Germany for three years.
    • Even Hegel has a vogue from time to time, though he is famous for being impossible to read.