01. Your son is a [bright] little boy who seems to learn just about everything quickly.02. I need to adjust the [brightness] of my computer monitor; it seems a bit dark.03. The sun shone [brightly] on the swimmers at the beach.04. She wore a [bright] yellow dress with matching shoes and purse.05. Those flowers really help to [brighten] the room.06. The [bright] light is just killing my eyes.07. She always has some [bright] ideas to contribute to any project we are working on.08. The future looks very [bright] for our company, with sales up by more than ten percent in the last six months alone.09. She bought some special new toothpaste that is supposed to [brighten] your teeth.10. The economic situation seems to be [brightening] a bit, and unemployment is down for the first time in months.11. The Christmas tree was [brightly] decorated with lights of all colors.12. Riding your bicycle at night without a light really isn't very [bright].13. This classroom is much [brighter] than my previous one, which was in the basement.14. My daughter has dyed her hair [bright] pink.15. The [brightest] star you see is actually a planet.16. The old woman really [brightened] up when she saw her granddaughter.17. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg once suggested that everyone is a genius at least once a year, but the real geniuses simply have their [bright] ideas closer together.18. George Bernard Shaw once stated that it's better to keep yourself clean and [bright]; you are the window through which you must see the world.19. An old proverb reminds us to always look on the [bright] side.20. A Nigerian Proverb observes that the stars shine [brightest] when the moon is gone.21. Fish scales are used to [brighten] certain kinds of make-up, such as eye shadow and nail polish.22. Studies show that a four-month-old fetus will turn its face away if a [bright] light is shone on its mother's tummy.23. Viewed from the Earth, Venus is much [brighter] than any other planet or star.24. Research has shown that [bright] yellow and [bright] blue are the most visible, and therefore safest, colors for cars.25. Arthur Ashe once observed that when [bright] young minds can't afford college, America pays the price.26. His voice was full of anger, and his face was [bright] red.27. The young girl was blinded for a second by the [bright] light.28. Surprisingly, studies show that most car/bicycle collisions occur on weekends, in the daytime, in [bright] sunny weather.29. This college is supposed to be for the [brightest] students in the country, but in reality, they are simply the children of the rich.30. Children going outside in the [bright] sun should wear sunblock with a factor of at least 15.31. The flag of Albania shows a black, two-headed eagle on a field of [bright] red.32. The fire was glowing [brightly] in the dark night.33. Even the humblest home in Tahiti is decorated with [bright] flowers.34. Don't sit too close to your computer monitor; the [bright light] is hard on the eyes.35. To an observer standing on Pluto, the sun would appear no [brighter] than Venus appears in our evening sky.36. Singapore has been described as a diamond in the sea, sparkling in the night with its many [bright] lights.
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bright — W2S2 [braıt] adj comparative brighter superlative brightest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(light)¦ 2¦(sunny)¦ 3¦(intelligent)¦ 4¦(colours)¦ 5¦(cheerful)¦ 6¦(successful)¦ 7 as bright as a button 8 look … Dictionary of contemporary English
Bright — ist der Name folgender Personen: Bette Bright, britische Rocksängerin Bill Bright (1921–2003), US amerikanischer Evangelist Bobby Bright (* 1952), US amerikanischer Politiker Cameron Bright (* 1993), kanadischer Schauspieler Charles Tilston… … Deutsch Wikipedia
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bright — [ braıt ] adjective *** ▸ 1 with strong color ▸ 2 full of light ▸ 3 intelligent ▸ 4 lively ▸ 5 likely to succeed ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) usually before noun bright colors are strong but not dark: She was wearing a bright red scarf. His eyes are bright… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
bright´ly — bright «bryt», adjective, adverb, noun. –adj. 1. giving much light; shining: »The stars are bright, but sunshine is brighter. 2. very light or clear: »It is a bright day with no clouds. 3. Figurative. clever; quick witted; … Useful english dictionary
Bright — Bright, a. [OE. briht, AS. beorht, briht; akin to OS. berht, OHG. beraht, Icel. bjartr, Goth. ba[ i]rhts. [root]94.] 1. Radiating or reflecting light; shedding or having much light; shining; luminous; not dark. [1913 Webster] The sun was bright o … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
bright — adj 1 Bright, brilliant, radiant, luminous, lustrous, effulgent, refulgent, beaming, lambent, lucent, incandescent are comparable when they mean actually or seemingly shining or glowing with light. Bright implies an opposition to dim or dull; it… … New Dictionary of Synonyms
bright — [braɪt] adjective FINANCE if share trading is bright, there is a lot of activity and prices are rising: • Trading will be relatively bright in the first half, with the Nikkei rising above 30,000. * * * bright UK US /braɪt/ adjective ► FINANCE,… … Financial and business terms
bright — [adj1] shining, glowing in appearance ablaze, aglow, alight, argent, auroral, beaming, blazing, brilliant, burning, burnished, coruscating, dazzling, effulgent, flashing, fulgent, fulgid, glaring, gleaming, glistening, glittering, glossy, golden … New thesaurus
bright — [brīt] adj. [ME < OE bryht, earlier beorht < IE base * bher eg , to gleam, white > BIRCH, Goth bairhts] 1. shining with light that is radiated or reflected; full of light 2. clear or brilliant in color or sound; vivid or intense 3.… … English World dictionary
BRIGHT (J.) — BRIGHT JOHN (1811 1889) Homme politique britannique de premier plan et grande figure du libéralisme, John Bright est un industriel du Lancashire. Appartenant à une famille de quakers, il a reçu une bonne éducation, mais n’est pas passé par les… … Encyclopédie Universelle