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enlighten

verb /inˈlaitn/
(formal) to give more information to (a person)
aclarar, informar
Will someone please enlighten me as to what is happening?
enlightened adjective (formal) wise through knowledge; free from prejudice
bien informado, culto
an enlightened attitude an enlightened decision.
enlightenment noun
aclaración
spiritual enlightenment.
Translations of “enlighten”
in Vietnamese khai sáng…
in Thai สอน…
in Malaysian beritahu…
in French éclairer (qqn sur qqch.)…
in German aufklären…
in Chinese (Traditional) 啓發,啓迪, 開導, 闡明…
in Indonesian menjelaskan…
in Russian просвещать, осведомлять…
in Turkish aydınlatmak, bilgi vermek, açıklık getirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 启发,启迪, 开导, 阐明…
in Polish oświecać, uświadamiać…
(Definition of enlighten from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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