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  1. bright

    • IPA[brīt]

    美式

    • adj.
      giving out or reflecting a lot of light; shining;full of light
    • adv.
      luminously
    • n.
      bold and vivid colors;headlights switched to high beam
    • noun: bright, plural noun: brights

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. giving out or reflecting a lot of light; shining:

      her bright, dark eyes

      I have problems seeing when the sun is bright

    • 2. full of light:

      the rooms are bright and spacious

    • 3. (of a period of time) having sunny, cloudless weather:

      the long, bright days of June

    • 4. (of color) vivid and bold:

      the bright green leaves

    • 5. having a vivid color:

      a bright tie

      the bright flowers

    • 6. (of a person, idea, or remark) intelligent and quick-witted:

      a bright young journalist

      a suggestion box for bright ideas

    • 7. giving an appearance of cheerful liveliness:

      she gave a bright smile

    • 8. (of someone's future) likely to be successful and happy:

      the bright prospects for her early retirement

    • 9. (of sound) clear, vibrant, and typically high-pitched:

      her voice is fresh and bright

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. luminously:

      a full moon shining bright

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. bold and vivid colors:

      webbed gloves in neon brights

    • 2. headlights switched to high beam:

      he turned the brights on and we drove along the dirt road

    • adj. having shining eyes:

    • creatures of the night—owls, bats, and bright-eyed cats

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    • adj. having shining eyes:

    • creatures of the night—owls, bats, and bright-eyed cats

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    • ph. (1811–89), English Liberal politician and reformer. A noted orator, Bright was the leader, along with Richard Cobden, of the campaign to repeal the Corn Laws. He was also a vociferous opponent of the Crimean War (1854) and was closely identified with the 1867 Reform Act.

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    • n. a good part of something that is otherwise entirely bad or unpleasant:

    • the songs are a bright spot in a dreary movie

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    • adj. excessively bright:

    • over-bright chandeliers glared down on stark furniture

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    • ph. (1811–89), English politician and reformer. A noted orator, Bright was the leader, along with Richard Cobden, of the campaign to repeal the Corn Laws and was closely identified with the 1867 Reform Act.

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    • the glamour and excitement of city life

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    • “on my honor”

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    • IPA[brʌɪt]

    英式

    • adj.
      giving out or reflecting much light; shining:
    • the sun was dazzlingly bright

      her bright, dark eyes

    • adv.
      brightly:
    • a full moon shining bright
    • n.
      bold and vivid colours:
    • a choice of colours from pastels through to brights

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