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glow

noun [no plural]   /ɡləʊ/
a soft, warm light resplandor the warm glow of the moon
a pink colour on your face that makes it appear happy and healthy buen color Sam’s face had lost its usual glow.
verb   /ɡləʊ/
to produce a soft, warm light brillar toys that glow in the dark
to have a warm and healthy appearance resplandecer She glows with health.
glow with happiness, pride, etc.
to feel very happy, proud, etc. rebosar de alegría, orgullo, etc. Glowing with pride, she showed me her painting.
(Definition of glow from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

glow

verb /ɡləu/
to give out heat or light without any flame brillar, resplandecer, estar al rojo vivo The coal was glowing in the fire.
to have red cheeks because of heat, cold, emotion etc resplandecer, brillar The little boy glowed with pride.
glowing adjective
brillante, resplandeciente, incandescente glowing colours/colors.
glow-worm noun
a kind of beetle whose tail glows in the dark. luciérnaga
(Definition of glow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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