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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “halo”

halo

noun
 
 
/ˈheɪ.ləʊ/ US  /-loʊ/ (plural halos or haloes)
[C] a ring of light around the head of a holy person in a religious drawing or painting
(宗教繪畫中聖人頭上的)光環
Quantities and units of lightPictures
[C usually singular] a bright circle of light around something, or something that looks like this
(物體周圍的)暈;圈
the halo around the moon
月暈
a halo of blonde curls
一圈金色鬈髮
Quantities and units of light
(Definition of halo from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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