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bright

adjective
 
 
/braɪt/
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET used to describe a financial market where prices are rising and there is a lot of activity: Trading was bright with shares up just over 1% at 103.85p.
full of hope for success: a bright futurebe/look bright for sb/sth The outlook is bright for Asian stock markets.
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