Significado de “brilliant” - en el Diccionario Inglés

brilliant en inglés británico

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uk /ˈbrɪl.jənt/ us /ˈbrɪl.jənt/

brilliant adjective (VERY GOOD)

A2 UK informal very good:

"Did you like the film?" "I thought it was brilliant."
She's got a brilliant sense of humour.
Oh, brilliant! My parcel's arrived.

Más ejemplos

  • That bit at the beginning of the film was brilliant.
  • He does a brilliant impersonation of Charles.
  • The concert was brilliant - it lived up to all our expectations.
  • "So how was the party last night?" "Oh, it was brilliant, - we had a ball!"
  • It's not brilliant but it's worth a read.
adverb uk /ˈbrɪl.jə us /ˈbrɪl.jə


He seems to do everything brilliantly - piano playing, skiing, sailing.

(Definición de brilliant del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

brilliant en inglés americano

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us /ˈbrɪl·jənt/

brilliant adjective (INTELLIGENT)

extremely intelligent or highly skilled:

a brilliant plan
Armstrong was one of the most brilliant musicians in jazz.

brilliant adjective (SHINING)

full of light, shining, or bright in color:

The sky was a brilliant blue.
adverb us /ˈbrɪl·jənt·li/

Randy runs his company brilliantly.

(Definición de brilliant del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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