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Sinónimos detallados de brighten en inglés

brighten:

to brighten verbo (brightens, brightened, brightening)

  1. to brighten
    to brighten; to clear up; to enlighten; to clarify
    • brighten verbo (brightens, brightened, brightening)
    • clear up verbo (clears up, cleared up, clearing up)
    • enlighten verbo (enlightens, enlightened, enlightening)
    • clarify verbo (clarifies, clarified, clarifying)
  2. to brighten
    to delight; to gladden; to charm; to brighten; to cheer; to enchant; to ravish; make happy; to fascinate
    • delight verbo (delights, delighted, delighting)
    • gladden verbo (gladdens, gladdened, gladdening)
    • charm verbo (charms, charmed, charming)
    • brighten verbo (brightens, brightened, brightening)
    • cheer verbo (cheers, cheered, cheering)
    • enchant verbo (enchants, enchanted, enchanting)
    • ravish verbo (ravishs, ravished, ravishing)
    • make happy verbo
    • fascinate verbo (fascinates, fascinated, fascinating)
  3. to brighten
    to cheer up
    – become cheerful 1
    • cheer up verbo (cheers up, cheered up, cheering up)
    to spruce up; to brighten
    • spruce up verbo (spruces up, spruced up, sprucing up)
    • brighten verbo (brightens, brightened, brightening)
  4. to brighten
    – make lighter or brighter 1
    to brighten; to lighten; lighten up
    – make lighter or brighter 1
    • brighten verbo (brightens, brightened, brightening)
      • The paint will brighten the room1
    • lighten verbo (lightens, lightened, lightening)
    • lighten up verbo
  5. to brighten
    – become clear 1
    to clear; to brighten; to clear up; to light up
    – become clear 1
    • clear verbo (clears, cleared, clearing)
    • brighten verbo (brightens, brightened, brightening)
    • clear up verbo (clears up, cleared up, clearing up)
    • light up verbo (lights up, lit up, lighting up)

Conjugaciones de brighten:

present
  1. brighten
  2. brighten
  3. brightens
  4. brighten
  5. brighten
  6. brighten
simple past
  1. brightened
  2. brightened
  3. brightened
  4. brightened
  5. brightened
  6. brightened
present perfect
  1. have brightened
  2. have brightened
  3. has brightened
  4. have brightened
  5. have brightened
  6. have brightened
past continuous
  1. was brightening
  2. were brightening
  3. was brightening
  4. were brightening
  5. were brightening
  6. were brightening
future
  1. shall brighten
  2. will brighten
  3. will brighten
  4. shall brighten
  5. will brighten
  6. will brighten
continuous present
  1. am brightening
  2. are brightening
  3. is brightening
  4. are brightening
  5. are brightening
  6. are brightening
subjunctive
  1. be brightened
  2. be brightened
  3. be brightened
  4. be brightened
  5. be brightened
  6. be brightened
diverse
  1. brighten!
  2. let's brighten!
  3. brightened
  4. brightening
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Palabras relacionadas con "brighten":

  • brightening, brightener, bright

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Definiciones relacionadas de "brighten":

  1. make lighter or brighter1
    • The paint will brighten the room1
  2. become clear1

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
  8. bright
  9. bright
  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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