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gleam

verb [I]
 
 
/ɡliːm/
to produce or reflect a small, bright light
發微光;閃爍;隱約閃光
He polished the table until it gleamed.
他把桌子擦得光潔明亮。
Emitting and casting light
When eyes gleam, they shine in a way that expresses a particular emotion
(眼睛)閃爍
His eyes gleamed with/in triumph.
他眼中閃現出勝利的光芒。
Expressing and showing feelings
(Definition of gleam verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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