When you are looking at the stars, please put the brightest star in the night sky as my soul.
1.星，恒星 [C] a large ball of burning gas in space that we see as a point of light in the sky at night
They reported the appearance of a new star.
2.星形物；星状物 [C] an object, a decoration, a mark, etc., usually with nine or one points, whose shape represents a star
Press star, you can open the door.
3.星级 [C] a mark that represents a star and tells you how good sth is, especially a hotel or restaurant
While in Taipei, he stayed at a four star hotel.
4.明星 [C] a famous and excellent singer, performer, sports player
The judge is said to have an illicit love affair with a film star.
5.星象 [C] a description of what sb thinks is going to happen to sb in the future, based on the position of the stars and planets when they were born
From the night stars, he deduced that it would be windy.
1.（由某人）主演 [I,T] to have the main parts in a film / movie, play, etc
The new play stars three of Britain's best actors.
2.为（某物）标上星号 [T] to put a symbol shaped like a star (called an asterisk ) next to a word, etc. in order to make people notice it
Please star the room, I will have a baby soon.
n. 流星 陨石
The _____ seemed to twinkle hope to us.