Five-star meaning

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The definition of five-star is something, such as a hotel or restaurant, that has the highest rating.

An example of five-star is a top notch, world-class hotel.

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Having or deserving to have a five-star rating.

A five-star hotel.

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A hard slap on bare skin with a hand that leaves a red, fully hand-shaped mark.

He still owes me a five-star so I try not to let him catch me with my shirt off.

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Indicating the highest classification, based on a given set of criteria for determining excellence.

A five-star rating.

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When we arrived, they gave us a five-star welcome.

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A mark from such a slap.

Look at that five-star on my back! That bastard who gave it to me really has it coming.

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To slap someone hard with the hand on bare skin, leaving a red, fully hand-shaped mark.

My friend five-starred me after we got out of the pool. Do you have a shirt I can wear to cover it?

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Origin of five-star

  • From the hotel quality rating system used in many countries, using from one to five stars.

    From Wiktionary

  • From the five-pointed star of the red, hand-shaped mark from a slap on bare skin.

    From Wiktionary