transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 [room/street/roadsign] iluminarMore example sentences
- That day, it was the interior's turn to be brilliantly illuminated - by fluorescent lights carried up to the rafters by remote-controlled helium balloons.
- A great flash of lightning illuminated the world outside, showing the trees dark against the night sky.
- The next town was Boyes, just 29 km down the road and as we rode towards it we saw flashes of lightning illuminate the horizon.
- 2 [Art/Arte] [manuscript] iluminar, miniar illuminated initial letra (feminine) historiada or miniadaMore example sentences
- Large illuminated letters became popular with the advent of hand-written manuscripts and official documents.
- Thus, the museum began to acquire European sculpture and old master drawings and purchased an important collection of medieval and renaissance illuminated manuscripts.
- He is a fine late Romanesque painter open to more modern influences, particularly those emanating from Byzantium, perhaps via Franciscan illuminated manuscripts.
- 3 3.1 [problem/difficulties/issue] esclarecer*, dilucidar 3.2 [person] (about a subject) explicarle* aMore example sentences
- Their results were paradoxical and their discussion illuminating.
- There is even the promise of positive theory, exemplified in a brief but illuminating discussion of Likert's notions of effective hierarchies.
- Of this central Lockean teaching and Zuckert's meticulous and illuminating discussions of it, we hear not one word from Prof. Mitchell.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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