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glow
American English: /ɡloʊ/
British English: /ɡləʊ/

Translation of glow in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • 1 (shine)
    (metal)
    estar al rojo vivo
    to glow with health
    rebosar (de) or irradiar salud
    Example sentences
    • Her flowing, dark hair seemed to glow with a pale light all its own, while her eyes shone.
    • A little flower of light glowed around my hand as I lowered the flame down to the candle and lit it.
    • It was silver and light blue and glowed radiantly in the dark.
    Example sentences
    • Jade's bracelets began to clatter against each other and the runes began to glow alternate colours; red and gold.
    • Both of her arms began to glow green and red as the ground beneath her began to shake.
    • So, if peer at my PC tower in the dark under my desk, it now glows red, green and blue from the chinks in its case.
  • 2 (show pleasure) to be glowing with happiness
    estar radiante de felicidad
    his son's success made him glow with pride
    el éxito de su hijo lo llenaba de orgullo

noun no plural

  • 1 (light) a pearly glow
    un brillo perlado
    Example sentences
    • A red glow lit up the horizon to the south where another city drowned in flames.
    • Firefighters described a red glow lighting up the sky when they arrived at Shuttlewood Boatyard, Waterside Road, Pagglesham.
    • I see the glint off its silver sides, the red glow where re-entry has heated it to some high temperature.
  • 2 (feeling) he felt a warm glow of love/pride
    sintió una oleada de cariño/orgullo
    brandy gives you a warm glow
    el brandy da una agradable sensación de bienestar

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