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shine

noun [S or U]     /ʃaɪn/
when something is bright from reflected light on its surface 光彩;光泽 hair with body and shine 有造型又有光泽的头发 Wax polish gives a lovely shine to wood furniture. 用蜡打磨,可以使木制家具发亮,非常漂亮。 Quantities and units of light
Translations of “shine”
in Vietnamese sự đánh bóng…
in Spanish lustre…
in Thai การขัดเงา…
in Malaysian perlakuan mengilatkan…
in French polissage…
in German das Polieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 光彩, 光澤…
in Indonesian polesan…
in Russian блеск…
in Turkish parlaklık, parlama, parıltı…
in Polish połysk…
(Definition of shine noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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