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  1. bright

    • IPA[brīt]

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    • adj.
      giving out or reflecting a lot of light; shining;full of light
    • adv.
      luminously
    • n.
      bold and vivid colors;headlights switched to high beam
    • noun: bright, plural noun: brights

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    • 1. literary luminously a full moon shining bright

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    • 1. bold and vivid colors webbed gloves in neon brights
    • 2. North American headlights switched to high beam he turned the brights on and we drove along the dirt road
    • adj.
      having shining eyes: creatures of the night—owls, bats, and bright-eyed cats

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    • adj.
      having shining eyes: creatures of the night—owls, bats, and bright-eyed cats

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    • ph.
      the glamour and excitement of city life

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    • ph.
      (1811–89), English politician and reformer. A noted orator, Bright was the leader, along with ...

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    • adj.
      excessively bright: over-bright chandeliers glared down on stark furniture

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    • adj.
      of a bold and vivid colour or shade: gowns of bright-coloured silk

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    • n.
      a clever or witty person: some bright spark in the agency came up with the idea of rippling silk with a cut in it

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    • adj.
      of a bold and vivid color or shade: gowns of bright-colored silk

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    • IPA[brʌɪt]

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    • adj.
      giving out or reflecting much light; shining: the sun was dazzlingly bright her bright, dark eyes
    • adv.
      brightly: a full moon shining bright
    • n.
      bold and vivid colours: a choice of colours from pastels through to brights

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