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Turkish translation of “glimmer”

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glimmer

noun
 
 
/ˈɡlɪmər/
a glimmer of happiness/hope, etc a small sign of something good
mutluluk/ümit ışığı/kıvılcımı
Showing and demonstrating
[C] when a light shines in a weak way
titrek ışık
Light
Translations of “glimmer”
in Korean 희미한 빛…
in Arabic وَميض…
in French (faible) lueur…
in Italian barlume, luccichio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 光, 閃爍的微光, 微弱的亮光…
in Russian мерцание…
in Polish promyk, migotanie…
in Spanish rayo, vislumbre, resquicio…
in Portuguese luz trêmula e fraca…
in German der Schimmer…
in Catalan llum tènue…
in Japanese かすかな光, ぼんやりとした光…
in Chinese (Simplified) 光, 闪烁的微光, 微弱的亮光…
(Definition of glimmer noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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