Translation of shiny in Spanish:

shiny

Pronunciation: /ˈʃaɪni/

adj (-nier, -niest)

  • [hair/fabric/plastic] brillante; [shoe] brillante, lustroso a shiny new coin una moneda nueva y reluciente the seat of his trousers was shiny with wear los fondillos de los pantalones estaban brillantes or (CS) lustrosos de tan gastados
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    • As the sun came and went behind the clouds, shiny surfaces reflected it right across the showground.
    • Powered by infrared lasers, the shiny surface reflects and focuses this laser beam into a ring.
    • Continue to do this until most of the egg has set, but still retains a soft shiny surface.

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