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Definición de “sunshine” en inglés

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sunshine

noun [U] uk   /ˈsʌn.ʃaɪn/ us  

sunshine noun [U] (LIGHT)

B1 the light and heat that come from the sun: The children were out playing in the sunshine.
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sunshine noun [U] (PLEASURE)

informal happiness or pleasure: Their grandchildren have brought sunshine into their lives. mainly UK informal used as a form of address, either in a friendly way, or to express unwillingness to accept another person's delays, bad behaviour, etc.: Hello, sunshine! Come on, sunshine, get a move on.
Traducciones de “sunshine”
en coreano 햇빛…
en árabe أشِعّة الشَّمس…
en portugués sol, luz do sol…
en catalán sol, llum solar…
en japonés 日光, 太陽の光…
en italiano sole, luce del sole…
en chino (tradicionál) 光線, 陽光,日照…
en ruso солнечный свет…
en turco güneş/gün ışığı…
en chino (simplificado) 光线, 阳光,日照…
en polaco słońce…
(Definition of sunshine from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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