American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Garbo, Greta Originally Greta Louisa Gustafsson. 1905-1990. Swedish-born American actress known for her reclusiveness and her performances in such films as Queen Christina (1933) and Camille (1937).
- n. United States film actress (born in Sweden) known for her reclusiveness (1905-1990)
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“Often referred to as the Garbo of presidential children, Chelsea, 30, was 12 when her father Bill Clinton became president and is said to hate the public gaze.”
“Also a huge black mesh hat, resulting in a kind of Garbo-cum-goth beekeeper look.”
“Rick Bowes has taken to calling me "Garbo" or, when he's feeling particularly familiar, "Greta", but it is not true that I am avoiding the world, merely that I am busy with teaching, grading papers, writing lesson plans, etc.”
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