bright

suomi-englanti sanakirja

bright englannista suomeksi

  1. iloinen

  2. kirkas

  3. kiiltävästi

  4. hyväenteinen

  5. loistava

  6. kirkasvärinen

  7. loistelias

  8. terävä, älykäs, välkky

  9. valoisa

  10. heleä

  11. kiiltävä

  1. kirkas

  2. iloinen

  3. älykäs, u colloquial, terävä, välkky

bright englanniksi

  1. Emitting much light; visually dazzling; luminous, lucent, radiant.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Milton Poems)

  4. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost) that brighteſt Seraphim / Approach not, but with both their wings veil thir eyes.

  5. (RQ:Stoker Dracula)

  6. Of light: brilliant, intense.

  7. Of an object, surface, etc.: reflecting much light; having a high lustre; gleaming, shiny.

  8. (synonyms)

    (antonyms)

  9. Of a place: not dark; well-lit.

  10. (RQ:Macaulay History of England) Before two the capital wore a face of stern preparedness which might well have daunted a real enemy, if such an enemy had been approaching. Candles were blazing at all the windows. The public places were as bright as at noonday.

  11. Of climate or weather: not cloudy or gloomy; fair; also, of a period of time, the sky, etc.: characterized by much sunshine and good weather.

  12. (RQ:Dickens Barnaby Rudge)

  13. (RQ:Hough Purchase Price)

  14. Of a colour: not muted or pale; bold, brilliant, vivid.

  15. (quote-journal)|month=May|year=1838|volume=IV|issue=V|section=chapter II|page=308|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=_l8AAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA308|column=1|oclc=7370817|passage=Her step was quick; her eye piercing, and of the brightest blue; (..)

  16. Of an object, surface, etc.: having vivid colour(s); colourful.

  17. (RQ:Pope Pastorals)

  18. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  19. Of a instrument, sound, or a voice: clearly audible; clear, resounding, and often high-pitched.

  20. Of a room or other place: having acoustic qualities that tend to cause much echoing or reverberation of sound, particularly at high frequencies.

  21. Of a scent or taste: not bland or mild; bold, sharp, strong.

  22. Of a substance: clear, transparent; also, pure, unadulterated; of wine: free of suspended particles; not cloudy; fine.

  23. (quote-book) Millar|Andrew Millar and Strahan (publisher)|George Strahan|year=1728|page=10|oclc=8477772|passage=From (..) the brighteſt Wines / He'd turn abhorrent.

  24. Glorious; illustrious.

  25. (quote-book) Joanna Brome,(nb...)|year=1681|page=16|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=bt0OwdJDMKAC&pg=PA16|oclc=1227559269|passage=And 'twas the worſt, if not the only ſtain, / I'th' brighteſt ''Annals'' of a ''Female'' Reign.

  26. In spirits; happy, optimistic.

  27. (RQ:Tolkien Hobbit)&93; was no longer much brighter than the dwarves. He would do nothing but sit with his back to the rock-face and stare(nb..).

  28. Of the face or eyes, or a smile: showing happiness or hopefulness; cheerful, lively.

  29. (quote-song)|artist=(w)|date=19 October 1978|year_published=19 January 1979|passage=Bright eyes / Burning like fire / Bright eyes / How can you close and fail? / How can the light that burned so brightly / Suddenly burn so pale? / Bright eyes

  30. Of a person: lively, vivacious.

  31. (RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth)

  32. Of a period of history or time: happy, prosperous, successful.

  33. (quote-song)|artist=(w)|year=1986|passage=Things are going great, and they're only getting better / I'm doing all right, getting good grades / The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades

  34. Of an opportunity or outlook: having a reasonable chance of success; favourable, good.

  35. Of conversation, writing, etc.: imaginative or sparkling with wit; clever, witty.

  36. Having a clear, quick intellect; intelligent.

  37. (RQ:Joyce Ulysses)

  38. (quote-journal)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130803024215/http://www.economist.com/news/finance-and-economics/21582512-explosion-start-ups-changing-finance-better-revenge-nerds|archivedate=3 August 2013|location=London|publisher=(w)|date=3 August 2013|volume=408|issue=8847|issn=0013-0613|oclc=805074337|passage=Think of banking today and the image is of grey-suited men in towering skyscrapers. Its future, however, is being shaped in converted warehouses and funky offices in San Francisco, New York and London, where bright young things in jeans and T-shirts huddle around laptops, sipping lattes or munching on free food.

  39. Of the eyes: able to see clearly; of eyesight: keen, sharp.

  40. Manifest to the mind as light is to the eyes; clear, evident, plain.

  41. (RQ:Watts Improvement)

  42. Of a rhythm or tempo: lively, upbeat.

  43. Of a metal object or surface: lacking any protective coating or surface treatment for the prevention of corrosion.

  44. Brightness, glow.

  45. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost) when thou ſhad'ſt / The full blaze of thy beams, and through a cloud / Drawn round about thee like a radiant Shrine, / Dark with exceſſive bright thy ſkirts appeer, / Yet dazle Heav'n, (..)

  46. Glory, splendour.

  47. Something (especially a product intended for sale) that has vivid colours or a lustrous appearance.

  48. A person with a naturalistic worldview with no mystical or supernatural elements.

  49. (hyponyms)

  50. (quote-journal)|newspaper=(w)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20210322130018/https://www.theguardian.com/books/2003/jun/21/society.richarddawkins|archivedate=22 March 2021|location=London|publisher=Media Group|Guardian News & Media||date=20 June 2003|issn=0261-3077|oclc=229952407|passage=Brights constitute 60% of American scientists, and a stunning 93% of those scientists good enough to be elected to the elite National Academy of Sciences (equivalent to Fellows of the Royal Society) are brights.

  51. (quote-book)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Books|Viking|year=2006|isbn=978-0-670-03472-7|section=part I (Opening Pandora’s Box), section 5 (Religion as a Natural Phenomenon)|page=27|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/breakingspellrel00denn/page/27/mode/1up|passage=Many of us brights have devoted considerable time and energy at some point in our lives to looking at the arguments for and against the existence of God, and many brights continue to pursue these issues, hacking away vigorously at the arguments of believers as if they were trying to refute a rival scientific theory. But not I.

  52. (quote-book)

  53. An artist's brush used in acrylic and painting with a long ferrule and a flat, somewhat tapering bristle head.

  54. In a bright manner; brightly, glowingly, luminously, lustrously.

  55. Referring to colour: with bold or vivid colours; brightly, boldly, vividly.

  56. Referring to sight, sound, understanding, etc.: clearly, distinctly; brightly.

  57. ''Often followed by'' up: to cast light on (someone or something); to brighten, to illuminate.

  58. ''Often followed by'' up: to cause (someone or something) to be bright (''in various senses''); to brighten; specifically, to make (someone or something) energetic, or happy and optimistic.

  59. (quote-book)|title=Astro-meteorologica, or, Aphorisms and Large Significant Discourses of the Natures and Influences of the Cœlestial Bodies;(nb...)|edition=2nd|location=London|publisher=(...) Obadiah Blagrave and sold by John Sprint,(nb...)|year=1686|year_published=1699|section=book I, § 2|page=14|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=PrhRAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA14|oclc=165733172|passage=Toward Mid-day he Sun brighteth the Air into a chearful ''Saphir'', and guildeth the Borders of the very Clouds with a coſtly ''limbus''.

  60. ''Often followed by'' up: to become bright (''in various senses''); to brighten.

  61. (quote-book) Record|location=N.C.|publisher=(w)|year=1915|year_published=2008|volume=I|page=238|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=HPqR18mf6LUC&pg=PA238|isbn=978-1-4357-1237-9|passage=Day brighteth at the smile o' her and yea, He hath aplanted full o' seed for harvesting by thy loving.