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coruscate
American English: /ˈkɔrəˌskeɪt/
, /ˈkɑrəˌskeɪt/
British English: /ˈkɒrəskeɪt/

Translation of coruscate in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • coruscating wit/charm
    ingenio (masculine) /simpatía (feminine) deslumbrante
    Example sentences
    • Finally, as the blazing star appeared high over the island, the glow coruscated into incredible brilliance and began the nightly display.
    • Dark lightning coruscated around James' hands as the point of light rose up into the air.
    • A diamond coruscates because it has the capacity for ‘total internal reflection’, meaning that it is able to completely reflect all the light that falls upon it from a particular direction.

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