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glimmer

US [ˈɡlɪmər]
UK [ˈɡlɪmə(r)]
  • n.微弱的闪光;闪烁的微光;微弱的迹象;一丝
  • v.隐约地闪烁;发出微弱的闪光
  • Web微弱的光;发微光;少许
Plural Form:glimmers  Present Participle:glimmering  Past Tense:glimmered  
glimmer
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n.
1.
微弱的闪光;闪烁的微光a faint unsteady light
We could see a glimmer of light on the far shore.
我们可以看到远处岸上微微闪烁的灯光。
2.
微弱的迹象;一丝;一线a small sign of sth
a glimmer of hope
一线希望
I caught the glimmer of a smile in his eyes.
我看到他眼里闪现出一丝笑意。
the glimmering of an idea
初露端倪的想法
v.
1.
[i]
隐约地闪烁;发出微弱的闪光to shine with a faint unsteady light
The candles glimmered in the corner.
烛光在角落里忽明忽暗地闪烁。
Amusement glimmered in his eyes.
他眼里隐约露出愉悦的神情。

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