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shinyadjective

 us   /ˈʃɑɪ·ni/
bright because it ​reflectslight: Who ​owns the shiny new ​car? slang Chloë's new ​job is really shiny (= ​interesting and ​attractive).
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shinyadjective

uk   us   /ˈʃaɪ.ni/
B1 A shiny ​surface is ​bright because it ​reflectslight: beautiful shiny ​hair shiny ​blackshoes a shiny ​silverdollar
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shininess
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
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Translations of “shiny”
in Arabic لامِع, بَرَّاق…
in Korean 빛나는, 반짝이는…
in Portuguese brilhante…
in Catalan brillant…
in Japanese ぴかぴかの, 光り輝く…
in Chinese (Simplified) (表面)有光泽的,光亮的…
in Turkish parlak, parlayan…
in Russian блестящий…
in Chinese (Traditional) (表面)有光澤的,光亮的…
in Italian lucido, splendente…
in Polish błyszczący, lśniący…
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