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lustrenoun

UK (US luster) uk   /ˈlʌs.tər/  us   /-tɚ/
[S or U] the brightness that a shiny surface has: a treatment for restoring the lustre to dull hair the rich lustre of well-polished furniture [U] a very special, attractive quality that people admire: The dancing of the principal ballerina added lustre to an otherwise unimpressive production of "Giselle".
Translations of “lustre”
in Vietnamese bóng bẩy và rực rỡ…
in Spanish brillo…
in Thai เป็นเงา…
in Malaysian kilat…
in French brillant…
in German der Glanz…
in Chinese (Traditional) 光澤,光亮, 光輝,光彩,亮色…
in Indonesian kilauan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 光泽,光亮, 光辉,光彩,亮色…
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