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Meaning of “glint” - Learner’s Dictionary

glint

noun [no plural]     /ɡlɪnt/
EYE
If you have a glint in your eye, your eyes shine with excitement or because you are going to do something bad: She had a wicked glint in her eye.Expressing and showing feelings
LIGHT
a quick flash of light that shines from something or is reflected from itLight
glint verb [I]
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