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bright British & World English

Giving out or reflecting much light; shining

Bright, John British & World English

(1811–89), English Liberal politician and reformer. A noted orator, Bright was the leader, along with Richard Cobden, of the campaign to repeal the Corn Laws. He was also a vociferous opponent of the Crimean War (1854) and was closely identified with the 1867 Reform Act

bright-eyed British & World English

Having shining eyes

over-bright British & World English

Excessively bright

Bright in Bright's disease British & World English

A disease involving chronic inflammation of the kidneys

bright lights British & World English

The glamour and excitement of city life

bright spark British & World English

A clever or witty person

bright-coloured British & World English

Of a bold and vivid colour or shade

bright and early British & World English

Very early in the morning

Bright's disease British & World English

A disease involving chronic inflammation of the kidneys

bright young thing British & World English

An enthusiastic, ambitious, and self-consciously fashionable young person, a term originally applied in the 1920s to a member of a young fashionable set noted for exuberant and outrageous behaviour

bright as a button British & World English

Intelligently alert and lively

bright lights in bright British & World English

The glamour and excitement of city life

look on the bright side British & World English

Be optimistic or cheerful in spite of difficulties

bright and early in bright British & World English

Very early in the morning

bright as a button in bright British & World English

Intelligently alert and lively

look on the bright side in bright British & World English

Be optimistic or cheerful in spite of difficulties

eyebright British & World English

A small white-flowered plant of dry fields and heaths, traditionally used as a remedy for eye problems

red British & World English

(Of a person or their face) flushed or rosy, especially with embarrassment, anger, or heat

bright-colored in bright-coloured British & World English

Of a bold and vivid colour or shade

as bright as a button in bright British & World English

Intelligently alert and lively

bright English Thesaurus

she stood blinking in the bright sunlight

bright English-Spanish

brillante

bright-eyed English-Spanish

de ojos vivos

bright spark English-Spanish

lumbrera feminineirónico, genio masculineirónico

bright/sunny intervals in interval English-Spanish

intervalos soleados/de sol

a bright red/blue shirt in bright English-Spanish

una camisa de un rojo/azul fuerte

she's a very bright child in bright English-Spanish

es una niña muy inteligente

you and your bright ideas! in idea English-Spanish

¡tú y tus brillantes ideas! irónico

to be as bright as a button in button English-Spanish

ser* muy despierto, ser* más listo que el hambre colloquial/familiar

it was a bright, sunny day in bright English-Spanish

era un día de sol radiante

to get up bright and early in bright English-Spanish

levantarse tempranito, madrugar*

bright reds are all the mode in mode English-Spanish

los rojos brillantes están muy de moda

draw the curtains, it's too bright in bright English-Spanish

corre las cortinas, hay demasiada luz

the children's bright, smiling faces in bright English-Spanish

las caras radiantes de felicidad de los niños

the prospects are not very bright in bright English-Spanish

las perspectivas no son muy prometedoras

the day dawned bright and sunny in dawn English-Spanish

el día amaneció luminoso y soleado


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