- 1. the state of being known or talked about by many people, especially on account of notable achievements: "winning the Olympic title has brought her fame and fortune"
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fame: [noun] public estimation : reputation. popular acclaim : renown.
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Fame definition, widespread reputation, especially of a favorable character; renown; public eminence: to seek fame as an opera singer. See more.
fame noun [ U ] uk / feɪm / us / feɪm / B2 the state of being known or recognized by many people because of your achievements, skills, etc.: She first rose to fame as a singer at the age of 16. She moved to London in search of fame and fortune. The town's fame rests on its beautiful cathedral. Synonyms celebrity renown formal