- adj. renowned in many parts of the world (especially in the Western world)
“NOTE: CONTAINS CONVERTED 4X3 MATERIAL He is known as a world-famous, chef extraordinaire.”
“Clubs and the ECA cannot convey their views directly to Fifa but must do so through national associations or through Fifa's Committee for Club Football a 21-member body that includes the world-famous Waitakere United, Jomo Cosmos, Kashima Antlers and Tigres at a likely meeting in September.”
“As well as radio play, corporate America, political America, and world-famous brands wanted to surf the wave with us.”
“At the American Atheist's conference in Iowa a few weeks ago, I found myself drinking with a couple of prison guards, a world-famous physicist, a female department store "loss prevention specialist" who used to be a Humvee driver in the Marines, a Turkish-American linguistics student, a guy who started an enormous video game company, and a couple of soldiers.”
“If, however, you're a faithful reader of the New Yorker, it happens roughly every time investigative reporter Seymour Hersh commits a word to print, presumably after having undergone the rigorous review of the magazine's world-famous fact-checking department.”
“Our world-famous French fries are made from potatoes and cooked in a canola-oil blend.”
“The city of Liverpool, England, is known for being home of the Beatles and for its world-famous soccer team.”
“Turning now to your novel, Idoru, which tells how a world-famous rock-star, Rez, wants to marry a virtual Japanese media star, the idoru of the title.”
“That is the question that haunts the authorities after a distinguished British gentleman with an upper-crust accent cons his way past a security guard and escapes into the desert carrying a world-famous, one-of-a-kind historic relic.”
“Coney Island's world-famous roller coaster could be getting a makeover.”
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