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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
Translations of “halo”
in Spanish halo, aureola…
in French halo, auréole…
in German der Hof, der Heiligenschein…
in Russian нимб…
in Turkish hale…
in Chinese (Simplified) (宗教绘画中圣人头上的)光环, (物体周围的)晕, 圈…
in Polish aureola…
(Definition of halo from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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