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shine

US [ʃaɪn]
UK [ʃaɪn]
  • v.发光;反光;照耀;把…照向
  • adj.明亮的;灿烂的;出色的
  • n.光亮;光泽
  • Web闪亮的风采;闪耀;阳光
Past Tense:shined  Past Tense:shone  Present Participle:shining  Simple Present:shines  
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v.
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shiny
1.
[i]
发光;反光;照耀to produce or reflect light; to be bright
The sun shone brightly in a cloudless sky.
太阳在无云的天空中明亮地照耀着。
The dark polished wood shone like glass.
抛光后的深色木料像玻璃一样熠熠闪光。
Her eyes were shining with excitement.
她兴奋得两眼放光。
Excitement was shining in her eyes.
她眼里闪着兴奋的光芒。
2.
[t]
~ sth (+ adv./prep.)
把…照向;使…光投向to aim or point the light of a lamp, etc. in a particular direction
He shone the flashlight around the cellar.
他用手电筒往地窖各处照了照。
Campaigners are shining a spotlight on the world's diminishing natural resources.
从事这场运动的人要使公众注意到世界上的自然资源日益减少。
3.
[t]
~ sth
擦亮;擦光to polish sth; to make sth smooth and bright
He shined shoes and sold newspapers to make money.
他靠擦鞋、卖报挣钱。
4.
[i]
出色;出类拔萃to be very good at sth
He failed to shine academically but he was very good at sports.
他学业不怎么样,但体育却棒极了。
She has set a shining example of loyal service over four decades.
四十年间,她树立了一个忠诚服务的光辉榜样。
n.
1.
[sing]
光亮;光泽the bright quality that sth has when light is reflected on it
a shampoo that gives your hair body and shine
一种能使头发浓密发亮的洗发剂
IDM
take a shine to sb/sth
(informal)
一眼就看上;一见钟情to begin to like sb very much as soon as you see or meet them
take the shine off sth
(informal)
使…黯然失色to make sth seem much less good than it did at first

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