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Sinónimos detallados de bright en inglés

bright:

bright adj.

  1. bright
    – characterized by happiness or gladness 1
    bright
    – characterized by happiness or gladness 1
    • bright adj.
      • bright faces1
      • all the world seems bright and gay1
  2. bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    clever; intelligent; wise; ingenious; sagacious; astute; smart; skilful; sly; wily; crafty; shrewd; skillful
    bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    • bright adj.
      • some children are brighter in one subject than another1
  3. bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    • bright adj.
      • some children are brighter in one subject than another1
  4. bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    perky; astute; clever; resourceful; wily; sharp; smart
    bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    • bright adj.
      • some children are brighter in one subject than another1
  5. bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    • bright adj.
      • some children are brighter in one subject than another1
  6. bright
  7. bright
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  10. bright
    bright; smart; clever; sharp
  11. bright
  12. bright
    – having striking color 1
    colourful; cheerful; florid; colorful
    bright
    – having striking color 1
  13. bright
    – having striking color 1
    colourful; blooming; florid; flowered; cheerful; colorful
    bright
    – having striking color 1
  14. bright
    – emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts 1
    bright
    – emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts 1
    • bright adj.
      • the sun was bright and hot1
      • a bright sunlit room1

bright

  1. bright
    – characterized by happiness or gladness 1
    bright
    – characterized by happiness or gladness 1
    • bright
      • bright faces1
      • all the world seems bright and gay1

bright adj.

  1. bright
    – full or promise 1
    bright; promising; hopeful
    – full or promise 1
    • bright adj.
      • had a bright future in publishing1
    • promising adj.
      • the scandal threatened an abrupt end to a promising political career1
    • hopeful adj.
      • a hopeful new singer on Broadway1
  2. bright
    – having lots of light either natural or artificial 1
    bright
    – having lots of light either natural or artificial 1
    • bright adj.
      • the room was bright and airy1
      • a stage bright with spotlights1
  3. bright
    – emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts 1
    bright
    – emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts 1
    • bright adj.
      • the sun was bright and hot1
      • a bright sunlit room1
  4. bright
    – not made dim or less bright 1
    bright; undimmed
    – not made dim or less bright 1
    • bright adj.
    • undimmed adj.
      • undimmed headlights1
      • surprisingly the curtain started to rise while the houselights were still undimmed1
  5. bright
    – having striking color 1
    bright; brilliant; vivid
    – having striking color 1
    • bright adj.
      • bright dress1
    • brilliant adj.
      • brilliant tapestries1
    • vivid adj.
      • a bird with vivid plumage1
  6. bright
    – splendid 1
    bright
    – splendid 1
    • bright adj.
      • the bright stars of stage and screen1
      • a bright moment in history1
      • the bright pageantry of court1
  7. bright
    – characterized by happiness or gladness 1
    bright
    – characterized by happiness or gladness 1
    • bright adj.
      • bright faces1
      • all the world seems bright and gay1
  8. bright
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    bright; smart
    – characterized by quickness and ease in learning 1
    • bright adj.
      • some children are brighter in one subject than another1
    • smart adj.
      • smart children talk earlier than the average1
  9. bright
    – made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow 1
    bright; shiny; shining; burnished; lustrous
    – made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow 1
    • bright adj.
      • bright silver candlesticks1
    • shiny adj.
      • shiny black patents1
    • shining adj.
      • rows of shining glasses1
    • burnished adj.
      • a burnished brass knocker1
    • lustrous adj.
      • she brushed her hair until it fell in lustrous auburn waves1
  10. bright
    – clear and sharp and ringing 1
    bright; brilliant
    – clear and sharp and ringing 1
    • bright adj.
      • the bright sound of the trumpet section1
    • brilliant adj.
      • the brilliant sound of the trumpets1

bright adv.

  1. bright
    – with brightness 1
    bright; brightly; brilliantly
    – with brightness 1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "bright":

  1. full or promise1
    • had a bright future in publishing1
  2. having lots of light either natural or artificial1
    • the room was bright and airy1
    • a stage bright with spotlights1
  3. emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts1
    • the sun was bright and hot1
    • a bright sunlit room1
  4. not made dim or less bright1
  5. having striking color1
    • bright dress1
  6. splendid1
    • the bright stars of stage and screen1
    • a bright moment in history1
    • the bright pageantry of court1
  7. characterized by happiness or gladness1
    • bright faces1
    • all the world seems bright and gay1
  8. characterized by quickness and ease in learning1
    • some children are brighter in one subject than another1
  9. made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow1
    • bright silver candlesticks1
  10. clear and sharp and ringing1
    • the bright sound of the trumpet section1
  11. with brightness1
    • the windows glowed jewel bright1

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