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Spanish translation of “radiant”

radiant

adjective /ˈreidiənt/
showing great joy
radiante
a radiant smile.
sending out rays of heat, light etc or carried, sent etc in the form of, or by means of, rays of heat, light etc.
radiante
radiantly adverb
radiantemente
radiance noun
resplandor
the radiance of her smile.
(Definition of radiant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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