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twinkle

noun [S]
 
 
/ˈtwɪŋ.kl̩/
when something twinkles
闪烁,闪耀
the twinkle of the stars/lights/diamonds
星星的闪烁/灯火的闪耀/钻石的闪亮
He was holding the phone with a mischievous twinkle in his eye (= expression of amusement).
他手持电话,眼里闪着一丝狡黠的目光。
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Translations of “twinkle”
in Vietnamese sự lấp lánh…
in Spanish centelleo, parpadeo…
in Thai การกระพริบตา…
in Malaysian bersinar…
in French scintillement…
in German das Blitzen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 閃爍,閃耀…
in Indonesian kedipan…
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