Translation of star turn in Spanish:

star turn

momento estelar, n.

noun

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    (act) momento estelar masculine
    (person) gran figura feminine
    • There's even a star turn from a dog for those who find the human actors hard to take.
    • Mirren rescues the newsroom scenes with her star turn as Beatrice's boss, a satanic Wintour like figure in platinum blonde.
    • Greg convinces Seth to come into JT Marlin for an interview, which is conducted by Ben Affleck in a bit of a star turn.
    • For those who just can't get enough of Vin Diesel's monosyllabic delivery, the ex-bouncer makes his second star turn of the year in this high-seas action flick.
    • He also has fun in his star turn as light-opera composer Arthur Sullivan in Topsy-Turvy.
    • I, Robot is satisfactory as a story, appealing as a star turn but arresting only as production design - in particular, for its vision of a specific American city.
    • He was due to be the star turn in the televised Edinburgh cross-country international next weekend, though now his participation is in doubt, as he is understandably grief-stricken.
    • Stand-up comic Kevin McAleer will be the star turn on a four-hour boat trip organised by the Pat Finucane Centre in Derry to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
    • The rapper Ice Cube takes a star turn as Calvin, the proprietor of the eponymous barbershop.
    • As actor-singer-director, Spacey hogs every scene and makes Darin's short-lived celebrity the occasion for an ego-tripping star turn.
    • The real star turn comes - albeit in voice-over - from Valentini, who revels in her offspring's guilt even as she offers cracked nuggets of maternal advice.
    • Instead supercar activity will be kept mainly below the £150,000 mark with the new small Aston Martin, the V8 Vantage, the obvious star turn.
    • And now she wants a repeat performance - she has lined up Manning to be the star turn at a birthday party for her husband Guy Ritchie later this month.
    • Her performance is pretty easily the best star turn to come along thus far this year.
    • Michael Radford has made a dutiful film of Shakespeare's play to house a star turn from Al Pacino as Shylock.
    • Panto king Berwick Kaler left audiences gasping during his star turn at York's Theatre Royal - by correctly guessing the first name of someone in the audience.
    • The film would be merely a showpiece however, a star turn for its lead actor, if the script did not successfully balance Whale's story with those of Clay Boone and Hannah.
    • As Mrs Conway, Penelope Keith gives a star turn, not a performance - largely because she appears unable to risk not getting a laugh or appearing unsympathetic.
    • Tony McCoy will be the star turn at Plumpton, and the champion jockey looks poised to enjoy a lucrative afternoon.
    • Her star turn deservedly brought down the house.