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beam

verb [I] (SMILE)
微笑
 
 
/biːm/
to smile with obvious pleasure
高興的微笑,眉開眼笑
She beamed with delight/pleasure at his remarks.
她聽完他的話,高興得眉開眼笑。
The child beamed at his teacher as he received the award.
那個孩子在領獎時對他的老師報以微笑。
[+ speech] "I'm so pleased to see you, " he beamed (= said as he smiled).
「很高興見到你,」他微笑著說。
Laughing and smiling
(Definition of beam verb (SMILE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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