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glint

verb [I]  /ɡlɪnt/ us  
to produce or reflect small, bright flashes of light: sun glinting off a windshield

glint

noun [C]  /ɡlɪnt/ us  
a small, bright flash of light: A coin tossed into the fountain may catch a glint of light. A glint can also be a brief expression in someone's eyes that tells you how that person is really thinking or feeling: a glint of pride in his eye
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