Noun(1) a focus of public attention(2) a lamp that produces a strong beam of light to illuminate a restricted area; used to focus attention of a stage performer
Verb(1) move into the foreground to make more visible or prominent(2) illuminate with a spotlight, as in the theater
(1) The spotlight on the dim stage illuminates Amanda as she talks to a woman from her D.A.R. group.(2) How do you feel that it took a remake of one of your films to put you back into the spotlight ?(3) She wanted to let me know that ├ö├ç├┐at least one person still remembers you long after you have faded from the spotlight .├ö├ç├û(4) As is always the case when a film contains an abnormal character, the actor portraying him takes the spotlight .(5) Though she is speaking, Marlowe is in the spotlight .(6) There was no spotlight like that in Hollywood for her.(7) Most notably is his ability to let other actors have the spotlight .(8) He simply wants to be on stage and in the spotlight , hip-hopping his way to stardom and never-ending nourishment.(9) In this volatile period, tough-guy anti-heroes, populist salt-of-the-earth protagonists, and debonair dandy heroes shared the spotlight .(10) the knife flashed in the spotlight(11) It's a shame that the promoter didn't see fit to supply the stage crew with a spotlight because every time any member of the band dared to step to the front of the stage they disappeared into darkness.(12) Many of the films in the international spotlight of the 1990s displayed interest in travelling groups or migrants.(13) The couple is now shown doing the same dance they introduced 45-odd years ago and it looks really embarrassing, particularly as they have to perform in a spotlight in front of some sort of silly logo.(14) She would appear to be back in the glare of the Hollywood spotlight after years in the movie-making wilderness.(15) It's rare to see many people share the spotlight together.(16) Instead of stepping out of the spotlight , she offers herself up for intensive scrutiny, delving into her own foibles and failures with astonishing candour.
(1) in the spotlight :: i rampelyset
1. public eye ::
2. limelight ::
3. spot ::
få øje på
4. focus attention on ::
sætte fokus på
5. highlight ::
Different Formsspotlight, spotlighted, spotlighting, spotlights
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