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Meaning of “luminous” - Learner’s Dictionary

luminous

adjective     /ˈluːmɪnəs/
Something that is luminous shines in the dark.The qualities of light
Translations of “luminous”
in Arabic مُضيء…
in Korean 야광의…
in Malaysian berkilau…
in French lumineux…
in Turkish ışıldayan, parlayan, parlak…
in Italian luminoso…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指在黑暗中)發亮的,放光的, 夜光的…
in Russian светящийся…
in Polish świecący, fosforyzujący…
in Vietnamese dạ quang…
in Spanish luminoso…
in Portuguese luminoso…
in Thai สว่าง…
in German Leucht-……
in Catalan lluminós…
in Japanese 夜光(性)の…
in Indonesian bersinar…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在黑暗中)发亮的,放光的, 夜光的…
(Definition of luminous from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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