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shimmer

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈʃɪm.ər/ US  //
to shine in such a way that the light seems to shake slightly and quickly
发出微弱的闪光,闪烁
She could see her reflection in the water, shimmering in the moonlight.
她能看到水中自己的倒影在月光下闪烁。
Emitting and casting light
Translations of “shimmer”
in Arabic يومِض…
in Korean 희미하게 빛나다…
in Malaysian kilauan…
in French miroiter…
in Turkish titrek titrek parıldamak…
in Italian brillare, luccicare, scintillare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發出微弱的閃光,閃爍…
in Russian мерцать, блестеть…
in Polish migotać, skrzyć się…
in Vietnamese lung linh…
in Spanish brillar, relucir…
in Portuguese reluzir, tremeluzir…
in Thai ส่องแวววาว…
in German schimmern…
in Catalan llambrejar…
in Japanese かすかに光る, 揺らめく…
in Indonesian berkedip-kedip…
(Definition of shimmer verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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