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Spanish translation of “illuminate”

illuminate

verb /iˈluːmineit/
to light up
iluminar
The gardens were illuminated by rows of lamps.
illuminated adjective (of a manuscript) decorated with ornamental lettering or illustrations
ilustrado
an illuminated manuscript.
illuminating adjective helping to make something clear
aclaratorio, esclarecedor; instructivo
an illuminating discussion.
illumination noun the act of illuminating
iluminación
Illumination of the room is provided by fluorescent tubes.
(in plural ) the decorative lights in a town etc
alumbrado
Go to Blackpool and see the illuminations.
(Definition of illuminate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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