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brilliance

noun [no plural]
 
/ˈbrɪl·i·əns/
great skill or intelligence
優れた才能
Her first novel showed signs of brilliance.1125
great brightness of light or colour
輝き, 鮮やかさ
I had never seen diamonds shine with such brilliance.1495
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