- 1.1 [sol/luz] to shine [estrella] to shine, sparkle [zapatos/suelo/metal] to shine, gleam [diamante] to sparkle le brillaba el pelo her hair shone al verlo le brillaron los ojos de alegría when she saw him her eyes lit up with joy para que su vajilla brille, use … for sparkling dishes, use … te brilla la nariz your nose is shiny 1.2 [inteligencia/cualidad] to shine nunca brilló en sus estudios he never shined (AmE) o (BrE) shone as a student, he was never a brilliant student
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