Definición de sunshine en inglés:

sunshine

Silabificación: sun·shine
Pronunciación: /ˈsənˌSHīn
 
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sustantivo

1Direct sunlight unbroken by cloud, especially over a comparatively large area: we walked in the warm sunshine
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Exposing prints to direct sunshine, but also artificial light from bulbs is one of the worst and most frequent mistakes.
  • One is also soothed and warmed by the brilliant sunshine that illuminates the painting.
  • The island plays host to several microclimates and in the space of a one-hour winter drive, you can experience warm sunshine, blustery winds, heavy rainfall and blue skies again.
Sinónimos
sunlight, sun, sun's rays, daylight, (natural) light
1.1Cheerfulness; happiness: their colorful music can bring a ray of sunshine
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Yet shining like a ray of blissed-out sunshine and catapulting its way into your consciousness amidst this mediocrity is the quite simply gorgeous title track.
  • With the coda taken at a fierce clip, the brilliant concluding string flourishes were like musical sunshine greeting the joy of spring.
  • I could just rationalize the idea that he wants to be open and honest and that I'm a ray of the disinfecting sunshine.
Sinónimos

Derivativos

sunshiny

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The day had changed from a gray, rainy day to a beautiful bright, sunshiny day, perfect for a caravan.
  • Consequently, someone who is comfortable in the company of children, and who enjoys the endless racket they create, could be a sunshiny person with a positive outlook, someone who enjoys all that life has to offer.
  • As the morning progressed, the gentle shimmering hues gave way to powerful strokes of deep blue and strident greens competing with shades of sunshiny yellow.

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Palabra del día ween
Pronunciación: wiːn
verb
be of the opinion; think or suppose