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"resplendent" in British English

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resplendentadjective

uk   /rɪˈsplen.dənt/ us   /rɪˈsplen.dənt/ literary
having a very bright or beautiful appearance: the queen's resplendent purple robes I saw Anna at the other end of the room, resplendent in a red cocktail dress.
resplendence
noun [U] uk   /rɪˈsplen.dəns/ us   /rɪˈsplen.dəns/
resplendently
adverb uk   /rɪˈsplen.dənt.li/ us   /rɪˈsplen.dənt.li/
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resplendentadjective

us   /rɪˈsplen·dənt/ fml
beautiful and seeming to shine: a white hat resplendent with red velvet flowers Note: said esp. about a person’s clothes or jewelry, usually because they are fashionable and expensive
(Definition of resplendent from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “resplendent”
in Spanish resplandeciente…
in Vietnamese chói lọi…
in Malaysian cerah…
in Thai โชติช่วง…
in French resplendissant…
in German glänzend…
in Chinese (Simplified) 辉煌的, 灿烂的, 华丽的…
in Indonesian cemerlang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輝煌的, 燦爛的, 華麗的…
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