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Translation of "bright" - English-Spanish dictionary

bright

adjective   /braɪt/
A2 having a strong, light colour vivo bright yellow/blue
B1 full of light or shining strongly brillante, luminoso bright sunshine
intelligent listo He’s a bright boy.
happy or full of hope alegre, positivo You’re very bright and cheerful this morning! She’s an excellent student with a bright future.
brightly adverb /braɪt·li/
vivamente, brillantemente brightly colouredbrightly colored flowers
brightness noun [no plural] /braɪt·nəs/
brillo, vivacidad The brightness of the sunlight was dazzling.
(Definition of bright from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bright

adjective /brait/
shining with much light luminoso, resplandeciente, brillante bright sunshine.
(of a colour/color) strong and bold vivo a bright red car.
cheerful radiante, alegre a bright smile.
clever inteligente Mike is one of the brightest students in the class.
brightly adverb
brillantemente; alegremente; inteligentemente The stars shone brightly in the night sky.
brightness noun
brillo, resplandor; inteligencia A shortcut button allows you to adjust the brightness of your monitor.
brighten verb
(often with up) to make or become bright or brighter iluminar, dar luz, proporcionar claridad The new wallpaper brightens up the room.
(Definition of bright from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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