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British English: /ɡliːm/
American English: /ɡlim/

Translation of gleam in French:


intransitive verb

  • (candle, lamp, moon)
    (gold, knife, leather, polished surface)
    (eyes, teeth)
    her eyes gleamed with mischief
    ses yeux pétillaient de malice

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