Examples of blockbuster in a Sentence
a 900-page blockbuster of a novel
the movie is expected to be the biggest blockbuster of the summer
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Something about Yu By the numbers, Darvish didn’t have a great season, going 10-12 with a 3.86 ERA (118 ERA+) and 3.83 FIP in 186 2/3 innings split between the Rangers and Dodgers, who acquired him in a July 31 deadline blockbuster.
But there’s also a sense of looseness and fun that’s sorely lacking from the kinds of blockbusters produced by Hollywood, which cost so much more and take themselves so much more seriously.
In the last few years, a number of blockbusters have settled into South Africa to take advantage of the rand and the tax breaks.
When Tapper asked Gyllenhaal if he was set to star in the next superhero blockbuster, Gyllenhaal smiled and pointed to Bauman.
The Frozen actress serenaded an Orlando shelter with songs from the blockbuster movie as residents sought protection from the deadly disaster.
Fernandez is behind costumes used in blockbusters including Batman, The Avengers, and Iron Man.
Enter Finn Wolfhard, the 14-year-old star of Netflix's Stranger Things and summer blockbuster It.
Analysts have projected that the drug will become a blockbuster, with more than $1 billion in sales by 2021, though the disclosure of deaths may change that.
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BLOCKBUSTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blockbuster for English Language Learners
: something that is very large, expensive, or successful
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