Definición de bright en inglés:

bright

Saltos de línea: bright
Pronunciación: /brʌɪt
 
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adjetivo

1Giving out or reflecting much light; shining: the sun was dazzlingly bright her bright, dark eyes
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  • The cannon twitched, and an intense bright light shone from within the barrel.
  • His dark eyes were reflecting the bright flashing lights of the carnival, and he looked like the most adorable puppy.
  • Her dark eyes were bright with reflected light, and her cheeks were rosy.
Sinónimos
1.1Full of light: the rooms are bright and spacious
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  • For the first time, she looked innocent, her bright eyes full of light.
  • It was bright, full of pretty things, and I was her new prize.
  • This house is bright, comfortable and full of character.
1.2(Of a period of time) having sunny, cloudless weather: the long, bright days of June
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  • The day was bright, and surprisingly sunny for the time of year.
  • It was a sunny, bright day without a cloud in the azure sky.
  • There wasn't a cloud in the sky and the day was bright and sunny.
Sinónimos
1.3(Of colour) vivid and bold: the bright green leaves
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  • They are like cartoons, with their bold lines, bright colours and flat shapes.
  • Her hair was weird, though - bright purple and green with blonde streaks.
  • Their psychedelic element is heightened by bright, bright colour, like turquoise greens and those hot pinks.
Sinónimos
vivid, brilliant, intense, striking, strong, eye-catching, glowing, bold, rich, flamboyant; gaudy, lurid, garish
1.4Having a vivid colour: a bright tie
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  • With tailored suits and ties as bright as a skyrocket, he's dapper.
  • I must have spotted at least four of five types of palms, not to mention bright flowers and a variety of crotons.
  • The Saloon's doors open onto a terrace and wide lawn bordered by bright flowers.
Sinónimos
2Intelligent and quick-witted: she was amiable, but not very bright a bright idea
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  • Intellectually quick-witted and bright, with an abrasive edge, Reid did well in school.
  • He's very bright and intelligent and he's, honestly, probably the most wonderful person to look up to.
  • The problem he had, he was extremely intelligent, very bright, but he had a face that was just past puberty.
Sinónimos
clever, intelligent, sharp, quick-witted, quick, smart, canny, astute, intuitive, acute, alert, keen, perceptive, ingenious, inventive, resourceful, proficient, accomplished, gifted, brilliant
informal brainy, genius
North American informal whip-smart
3Cheerful and lively: at breakfast she would be persistently bright and chirpy she gave a bright smile
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  • As Thomas walked, passersby greeted him with a bright smile and a cheerful, ‘Merry Christmas!’
  • But she had a bright smile, cheerful face, and an eye for color, so she was excellent at helping out her customers.
  • A tall brunette stood behind the front counter in the lobby, giving us a bright, cheerful smile.
Sinónimos
3.1(Of someone’s future) likely to be successful and happy: these young people have a bright future ahead of them
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  • I know I'm going to college and that I have a bright future ahead of me - I can already see the light.
  • The view of the future was bright, and that prospect made me smile.
  • Nowadays, after a glossy makeover, it is a symbol of a thriving European city, facing a bright, optimistic future.
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4(Of sound) clear, vibrant, and typically high-pitched: her voice is fresh and bright
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  • The sound is indeed bright and clear most of the time.
  • Stephen woke up to sounds of bright laughter in the kitchen.
  • The running order of the songs was what I was used to and the bright sound of everything.
Sinónimos
clear, vibrant, pellucid; high-pitched, high

adverbio

chiefly literary Volver al principio  
Brightly: a full moon shining bright
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  • Some shine bright, but never seem to hang around for long.
  • It was unnerving how bright they shone and so I tried to look away.
  • The sun is shining bright in the sky and nobody else is around.
Sinónimos

sustantivo

(brights) Volver al principio  
1Bold and vivid colours: a choice of colours from pastels through to brights
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  • It works efficiently as a basic color and can be worn with pastels or brights as accents.
  • Summer brights include red, various shades of pink, sunshine yellows and lots of pastel shades and candy colours.
  • The brights were light yellow, almost golden colored.
2North American Headlights switched to full beam: he turned the brights on and we drove along the dirt road
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  • Getting out of the car, I flipped the brights lever, illuminating the Don.
  • Finally, it got too dark to see as even my brights wouldn't show enough of the road to continue on safely.
  • Jack finally looked in his rearview mirror, and the woman began flashing her brights at him.

Origen

Old English beorht, of Germanic origin.

Frases

bright and early

Very early in the morning: if you are up bright and early we will be able to set off in good time
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  • Morning came bright and early for the two lovers, a little too early for most normal human beings.
  • Now, the actor kicked off his campaign bright and early in the morning by hitting the talk shows.
  • Our coverage will be bright and early tomorrow morning here in the United States.

(as) bright as a button

British informal Intelligently alert and lively: some of them are frail physically but are as bright as a button in their minds
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  • Gary's bright as a button; he's seven.
  • Cole was bright as a button down the left and Babbel in the other direction made things interesting.
  • He was as bright as a button, full of humour and with a large dash of devilment thrown in!

bright lights

The glamour and excitement of city life: they hankered for the bright lights of the capital
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  • Lured by the bright lights of the big city, rural children are ditching a farming lifestyle.
  • You know, when I was a kid in Fort Worth I just wanted the bright lights and glamour.
  • The attraction of the bright lights of the cities can detract from the demands of study.

look on the bright side

Be optimistic or cheerful in spite of difficulties: ‘I expect I shall manage,’ she said, determined to look on the bright side
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  • He was always the one who looked on the bright side, the optimistic one.
  • With so many good things happening, it is so difficult not to look on the bright side, isn't it?
  • At first, anti-dam activists looked on the bright side.

Derivativos

brightish

adjetivo
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  • The bright blue star on the left and another brightish blue star in the lower left corner form the horns.
  • This eclipse is unusual because the Moon itself eclipses, or occults, a brightish star during totality!
  • The brightish star just east of Saturn is Regulus, Alpha Leonis, i.e. the brightest star in Leo.

brightly

adverbio
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  • Six brightly coloured tents were pitched in the rich green of the Tirit village.
  • As the power generator is turned off the stars shine brightly overhead.
  • The works are fun and brightly coloured and will appeal to sons and dads alike.

brightness

sustantivo
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  • I was trying madly to slow down and I couldn't, then I saw brightness ahead and knew I was nearing the surface.
  • The one great advantage of our remote, rarefied location was the astonishing clarity and brightness of the night sky.
  • Great paintings and statues are, so to say, scared of brightness and glare.

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