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shine

verb
 
 
/ʃaɪn/ ( past tense and past participle shone, shined)
PRODUCE LIGHT [I] B1 to produce bright light
parlamak, ışık saçmak
The sun was shining brightly through the window.Emitting and casting light
POINT LIGHT [I, T] to point a light somewhere
ışık tutmak, bir bölgeyi aydınlatmak
The car's headlights shone right into my eyes.Emitting and casting light
REFLECT [I, T] If a surface shines, it reflects light, and if you shine it, you make it reflect light.
parlamak, parlatmak
She polished her shoes until they shone.Emitting and casting light
EYES/FACE [I] If your eyes or face shine, you look happy, healthy, or excited.
sağlıklı/mutlu/heyecanlı gözükmek; gözleri parlamak
His eyes were shining with excitement.Feeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in something
DO WELL [I] to do something very well, usually better than other people.
parlamak, kendini göstermek, çok üstün olmak
Becoming betterMaking things betterMaking progress and advancing
(Definition of shine verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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