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brighten

verb [I or T] (LIGHTER)     /ˈbraɪ.tən/ US  /-t̬ən/
to (cause to) become lighter (使)發光,(使)發亮 The room was small and dark, without so much as a ray of light to brighten the gloom. 房間窄小昏暗,連一絲光線也沒有。 It was rainy this morning, but it brightened up (= the sun started shining) after lunch. 今天早晨下雨,但午飯後天晴了。 Emitting and casting light
(Definition of brighten verb (LIGHTER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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