Translation of glow in Spanish:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (shine) [fire] brillar, resplandecer*; [metal] estar* al rojo vivo to glow with health rebosar (de) or irradiar saludExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (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
- 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.
- 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.
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