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  1. gleam

    • IPA[ɡlēm]

    美式

    • v.
      shine brightly, especially with reflected light;(of a smooth surface or object) reflect light because well polished
    • n.
      a faint or brief light, especially one reflected from something;a brief or faint instance of a quality or emotion, especially a desirable one
    • noun: gleam, plural noun: gleams

    • verb: gleam, 3rd person present: gleams, gerund or present participle: gleaming, past tense: gleamed, past participle: gleamed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. shine brightly, especially with reflected light:

      light gleamed on the china cats

      her eyes gleamed with satisfaction

    • 2. (of a smooth surface or object) reflect light because well polished:

      Victor buffed the glass until it gleamed

    • 3. (of an emotion or quality) appear or be expressed through the brightness of someone's eyes or expression:

      a hint of mischief gleaming in her eyes

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a faint or brief light, especially one reflected from something:

      the gleam of a silver tray

    • 2. a brief or faint instance of a quality or emotion, especially a desirable one:

      the gleam of hope vanished

    • 3. a brightness in a person's eyes taken as a sign of a particular emotion:

      she saw an unmistakable gleam of triumph in his eyes

    • something that is as yet no more than an idea or dream

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    • something that is as yet no more than an idea or dream

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    • IPA[ɡliːm]

    英式

    • v.
      shine brightly, especially with reflected light:
    • light gleamed on the china cats

      her eyes gleamed with satisfaction

    • n.
      a faint or brief light, especially one reflected from something:
    • the gleam of a silver tray

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