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Meaning of “bright” - Learner’s Dictionary

bright

adjective     /braɪt/
COLOUR
A2 having a strong, light colour: bright yellow/blueThe qualities of colour
LIGHT
B1 full of light or shining strongly: bright sunshine The room is small but bright.The qualities of light
INTELLIGENT
B2 intelligent: He's a bright boy.IntelligencePerceptive
HAPPY
B2 happy or full of hope: She's always so bright and cheerful.Feeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in something
brightly adverb
B2 brightly coloured flowers
brightness noun [U]
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