Translation of glaring in Spanish:

glaring

Pronunciation: /ˈglerɪŋ; ˈgleərɪŋ/

adj

  • 1.1 (dazzling) [light/sun] deslumbrante, cegador
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    • For seven days he had ridden enshrouded deep within his cloak, his face wrapped in bandages, as they rode under the glaring light of the sun.
    • The visibility was more than a hundred plus, with the white sand bottom reflecting the glaring sun.
    • She blinked her eyes open a few times, giving them time to adjust to the harsh, glaring light presented before her.
    1.2 (flagrant) (before noun/delante del nombre) [error] mayúsculo, que salta a la vista; [injustice/abuses] palmario, flagrante
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    • All in all, the opportunities are glaring and obvious - and greater minds than mine will no doubt be working on the details.
    • He tries ever so hard to play down the significance of this glaring omission from an otherwise impeccable CV but he doth protest too much, methinks.
    • The obvious glaring fault with the DVD is the complete lack of special features.

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