Translation of bright in Spanish:
adjective -er, -est
- 1 1.1(star)(room)draw the curtains, it's too brightcon mucha luzit was a bright, sunny daycorre las cortinas, hay demasiada luz or claridadtomorrow will be bright (especially British English)era un día de sol radianteone of our brightest young starsmañana hará soluna de nuestras más brillantes actrices jóvenesExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 a bright red/blue shirt
- 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.
una camisa de un rojo/azul fuerte or vivo or brillanteExample sentences1.3
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 2 2.1 (cheerful)(eyes)the children's bright, smiling faceslleno de vidato get up bright and early [colloquial]las caras radiantes de felicidad de los niños2.2 (hopeful) See examples: the prospects are not very brightlevantarse tempranito [colloquial]things are looking brighter nowlas perspectivas no son muy prometedoras or halagüeñashe has a bright future ahead of himlas cosas tienen mejor cara or (in Latin America also) pintan mejor ahorato look on the bright side of somethingtiene un brillante porvenir por delantemirar or ver el lado bueno de algo
- 3 (intelligent)(person)(idea) she's a very bright childwhose bright idea was it to come here? [ironic]es una niña muy inteligente or lista¿quién tuvo la brillante idea de venir aquí? [irónico]Example sentences
- 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.
- 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.
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