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sheennoun [S]

uk   /ʃiːn/ us   /ʃiːn/ approving
a bright, smooth surface: The conditioner gives hair a beautiful soft sheen.
(Definition of sheen from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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sheennoun [U]

us   /ʃin/
a smooth shine or brightness: The polished floor had a beautiful sheen to it.
(Definition of sheen from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sheen”
in Spanish brillo, lustre…
in Vietnamese độ sáng lấp lánh…
in Malaysian kilat…
in Thai ความสว่างไสว…
in French lustre, brillant…
in German der Glanz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 光彩, 光泽…
in Turkish parlaklık, parıltı…
in Russian сияние, блеск…
in Indonesian kilap…
in Chinese (Traditional) 光彩, 光澤…
in Polish połysk…
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