Definition of “sunny” - English Dictionary

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“sunny” in British English

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sunnyadjective

uk /ˈsʌn.i/ us /ˈsʌn.i/

sunny adjective (BRIGHT)

A2 bright because of light from the sun:

We're having the party in the garden, so I'm praying it'll be sunny.

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  • These plants need a sunny spot with good drainage.
  • We've had gloriously sunny weather.
  • The forecast said it was going to be hot and sunny tomorrow.
  • On sunny days the trails are full of hikers.
  • This plant needs a warm, sunny place.

(Definition of “sunny” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“sunny” in American English

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sunnyadjective

us /ˈsʌn·i/

bright because of light from the sun:

Flowers filled a sunny corner of the garden.

A person who is sunny is happy and pleasant.

(Definition of “sunny” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)