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shine /ʃain/
  • danh từ
    • ánh sáng, ánh nắng
      • it's rain and shine together: trời vừa mưa vừa nắng
      • rain or shine: dù mưa hay nắng
    • nước bóng
      • to put a good shine on boots: đánh đôi giầy ống bóng lộn
    • (từ lóng) sự cãi nhau; sự huyên náo; sự chấn động dư luận
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) trò chơi khăm, trò chơi xỏ
    • to take a shine to something
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) thích, mê cái gì
    • to take the shine out of something
      • làm mất phấn (mất bóng) một thứ gì
    • vượt hẳn cái gì, làm lu mờ cái gì
    • động từ shone
      • chiếc sáng, toả sáng, soi sáng
        • the sun shines bright: mặt trời chiếu sáng
      • sáng, bóng
        • face shines with soap: mặt bóng nhẫy xà phòng
        • face shines with joy: mặt hớn hỡ vui mừng
      • giỏi, cừ; trội
        • to shine in conversation: nói chuyện giỏi; nói chuyện có duyên
      • (thông tục) đánh bóng (giày dép, đồ đồng...)
      • to shine up to
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) làm thân với
    Concise Dictionary
    shone|shines|shined|shiningʃaɪn
    noun
    +the quality of being bright and sending out rays of light
    verb
    +be bright by reflecting or casting light
    +emit light; be bright, as of the sun or a light
    +be shiny, as if wet
    +be distinguished or eminent
    +be clear and obvious
    +have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink
    +throw or flash the light of (a lamp)
    +touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly
    +experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion
    +make (a surface) shine

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 gleam, glow, shimmer, radiate, beam, glare, flare, glisten, glitter, coruscate, twinkle, sparkle, scintillate, glint, flash, flicker:
    The light of a candle shone from her window. The stars are shining brightly. I want that brass polished till it shines
    2 polish, burnish, rub (up or down), buff, brush, brighten:
    You'd best shine your shoes before going for the job interview.
    3 excel, surpass, stand out, outshine, be outstanding or pre-eminent or excellent or prominent or conspicuous:
    She had shone at tennis from a very early age, and first entered Wimbledon when she was twelve.
    n.
    4 gleam, glow, shimmer, sparkle, brightness, radiance, gloss, lustre, sheen, glaze, patina:
    That shine was achieved with a little wax and elbow-grease.
    5 take a shine to. like, be attracted to, take a fancy to, fancy:
    Her Great Dane has taken a shine to me and likes to sit on my lap.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb (shone, shone )
    Help Note: In sense 3 shined is used for the past tense and past participle.
    1 [V] to produce or reflect light; to be bright: The sun shone brightly in a cloudless sky. + A light was shining in the distance. + The dark polished wood shone like glass. + (figurative) Her eyes were shining with excitement. + Excitement was shining in her eyes.
    2 [VN] to aim or point the light of a lamp, etc. in a particular direction: He shone the flashlight around the cellar. + (figurative) Campaigners are shining a spotlight on the world's diminishing natural resources.
    3 (shined, shined) [VN] to polish sth; to make sth smooth and bright: He shined shoes and sold newspapers to make money.
    4 [V] to be very good at sth: He failed to shine academically but he was very good at sports. + She has set a shining example of loyal service over four decades.
    See also - SHINY
    Idioms see HAY, KNIGHT n., RISE v.
    Phrasal Verbs: shine through (sth) (of a quality) to be easy to see or notice: Her old professional skills shone through. + William looked up at her, hope shining through his tears.
    + noun [sing.] the bright quality that sth has when light is reflected on it: a shampoo that gives your hair body and shine + the shine of polished wood
    Idioms: take a shine to sb/sth (informal) to begin to like sb very much as soon as you see or meet them: He seems to have taken a shine to you.
    take the shine off sth (informal) to make sth seem much less good than it did at first
    more at RAIN n.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    ADV.

    brightly, brilliantly
    The sun was shining brightly.
    | faintly | briefly | steadily | warmly | down, in, out
    Sunlight shone in through the window.

    VERB + SHINE

    seem to
    (figurative) She seemed to shine with an inner radiance.
    | make sth
    You've really made that floor shine!

    PREP.

    at
    The watchman shone his torch at us.
    | from
    (figurative) Love and pride shone from her eyes.
    | in
    The water was shining faintly in the moonlight.
    | like
    The dark wood shone like glass.
    | on/upon
    The light shone on his face.
    | with
    (figurative) His dark eyes shone with excitement.



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