简明英汉词典

bright
[brait]
adj.
明亮的, 辉煌的, 欢快的, 聪明的, 伶俐的

基本词义

Bright
[brait]
布赖特(①姓氏 ②Richard, 1789-1858, 英国医学家)

美国传统词典[双解]

bright
bright
AHD:[brot]
D.J.[brait]
K.K.[bra!t]
adj.(形容词)
bright.erbright.est

(1)

Emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts; shining.
发亮的:放射或反射大量光的;照耀的

(2)

Comparatively high on the scale of brightness.
亮度较高的

(3)

Full of light or illumination:
明亮的:
a bright sunny day; a stage bright with spotlights.
阳光灿烂的一天;被聚光灯照得通亮的舞台

(4)

Characterizing a dyestuff that produces a highly saturated color; brilliant.
鲜亮的:能印染出饱和浓度高的色彩的染料的;鲜亮的

(5)

Glorious; splendid:
显赫的;辉煌的:
one of the bright stars of stage and screen; a bright moment in history.
舞台和银幕上一颗璀璨的星辰;历史上的辉煌一刻

(6)

Full of promise and hope; auspicious:
前景光明的,充满希望的;兴盛的:
had a bright future in publishing.
出版业拥有光明的未来

(7)

Happy; cheerful:
幸福的;欢快的:
bright faces.
欢快的面容

(8)

Animatedly clever; intelligent.
机灵的;聪慧的

(9)

High and clear:
清晰嘹亮的:
the bright sound of the trumpet section.
喇叭吹奏部分高亢的声音

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English beorht * see bherg-
源自 古英语 beorht *参见 bherg-

继承用法

bright 或

brightly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

brightbrilliantradiantlustrouslambentluminousincandescenteffulgent

(2)

These adjectives refer to what emits or reflects light.
这些形容词都指放射光芒或反射光的东西。

(3)

Bright is the most general:
Bright 最普通:
bright sunshine;
灿烂的阳光;
a bright blue;
鲜亮的蓝色;
bright teeth.
亮闪闪的牙齿。

(4)

Brilliant implies intense brightness and often suggests sparkling, glittering, or gleaming light:
Brilliant 含有亮度很强的意思,常指闪耀的、闪烁的光:
a brilliant color;
才华横溢的医生;
a brilliant gemstone. Something that is radiant radiates or seems to radiate light:
熠耀生辉的宝石。 一个radiant 的东西,看似放射出光芒:
a radiant sunrise;
光芒四射的日出;
a radiant smile. A
灿烂的微笑。一个

(5)

lustrous object originates no light but reflects an agreeable sheen:
lustrous 的物体本身不发光,但反射宜人的光泽:
thick, lustrous auburn hair;
浓密发亮的褐色头发;
a necklace of lustrous pearls.
一串发亮的珍珠项链。

(6)

Lambent applies to a soft, flickering light:
Lambent 指柔和的、闪烁的光:
“its tranquil streets, bathed in the lambent green of budding trees” (James C. McKinley).
“那安宁的街道,沐浴在树木发芽的新绿当中” (詹姆斯C·麦金利)。

(7)

Luminous refers broadly to what shines with light but is said especially of something that glows in the dark:
Luminous 广义上指闪耀着光的东西,尤指在夜里发光的物件:
The watch has a luminous dial.
那只表的指针盘可以发光。

(8)

Incandescent stresses burning brilliance, as of something white-hot:
Incandescent 强调燃烧般的炽热,如白热化的东西:
Flames consist of incandescent gases.
火焰含有炽热的气体。

(9)

Effulgent suggests splendid radiance:
Effulgent 指灿烂的光辉:
“The crocus, the snowdrop, and the effulgent daffodil are considered bright harbingers of spring” (John Gould).See also Synonyms at intelligent
“藏红花、雪花莲和明亮的水仙花被看作是春天的光明预兆” (约翰·高尔德)参见同义词 intelligent

基本词义

Bright
Bright
AHD:[brot] John (1811-1889)
D.J.[brait]
K.K.[bra!t]
NONE(无词性)
British politician and noted orator who was a founder of the Anti-Corn Law League (1839).
布赖特,约翰:(1811-1889) 英国政治家和著名演说家,是反谷物法联盟的一个奠基人(1839年)

现代英汉词典

bright
[braIt]
adj.

(1)

闪光的;明亮的;发光的
The sun was very bright.
太阳很明亮。

(2)

鲜艳的
bright red
鲜红色

(3)

著名的

(4)

生气勃勃的;愉快的
bright eyes
流露喜悦的眼神
The garden is bright with flowers.
鲜花满园。

(5)

聪明的;伶俐的
a bright child
聪明的孩子

(6)

乐观的;前途光明的
a bright future
前途光明
You young kids have a bright future ahead of you!
你们年青人的前途光辉灿烂!
He has a bright future as a dramatist.
作为一个剧作家,他前途光明。

现代英汉综合大辞典

bright
[brait]
adj.

(1)

明亮的; 闪光的; 辉煌的

(2)

晴朗的

(3)

聪明的

(4)

(颜色)鲜艳的

(5)

快乐的, 生气勃勃的

(6)

著名的; 显赫的

(7)

美丽的; 漂亮的

(8)

机警的; 留神的
a bright sky
晴空
the bright days of the Renaissance
光辉夺目的文艺复兴时代
bright yellow
鲜黄色
a bright idea
一个聪明的见解
Look at his bright face; he is not a bit old.
看他满面春风, 一点也不老。

词性变化

bright
n.

(1)

[pl. ](汽车的)车灯

(2)

一种烟叶

(3)

一种画笔
adv.
光亮地; 欢快地; 鲜明地
She asked which of the two lamps shone brighter.
她问这两盏灯哪一盏照得更亮。

继承用法

bright-eyed
[`braItaId]
adj.
眼睛明亮的; 天真烂漫的

bright-field
adj.
(显微镜)明视部分的

bright-orange
n.
鲜橙色

brightsome
adj.
灿烂的

bright-up
n.
亮度控制

brightwork
[`braItwV:k]
n.
(车、船、机械等上面)镀[擦]得发光的金属部分

brightly
adv.

习惯用语

bright and early
大清早

参考词汇
bright     brilliant     radiant    
都含“明亮的”、“发光的”的意思。

(1)

bright 是普通用语, 指“明亮的”, 如:
The fresh breeze and bright sunshine quickly attracted Sophia.
清新的微风和明亮的阳光很快就使索菲娅着迷了。

(2)

brilliant 意义比bright 更强, 表示“光辉夺目的”, 如:
The diamond sparkles with brilliant light.
金刚钻闪出灿烂的光辉。

(3)

radiant 指“象太阳一样向四面八方发光发热的”, 如:
The sun is a radiant body.
太阳是一个发光体。

基本词义

Bright
[brait]
n.
布赖特(①姓氏 ②Richard, 1789-1858, 英国医学家)
Bright's disease
布赖特肾病(一般指肾小球肾炎)

用法词典

bright
来自中古英语 bryht,beorht<印欧语词干 bhereg-闪亮;白色

英文相关词典

bright
alert    cheerful    clear    intelligent    lively    pleasant    shining    smart    vivid    dark    dull    gloomy    stupid    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

bright
昧的;透媚;睛朗的;鲜媚;檬的

美国传统词典

bright
bright
AHD:[brot]
D.J.[brait]
K.K.[bra!t]
adj.
bright.er, bright.est

(1)

Emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts; shining.

(2)

Comparatively high on the scale of brightness.

(3)

Full of light or illumination:
a bright sunny day; a stage bright with spotlights.

(4)

Characterizing a dyestuff that produces a highly saturated color; brilliant.

(5)

Glorious; splendid:
one of the bright stars of stage and screen; a bright moment in history.

(6)

Full of promise and hope; auspicious:
had a bright future in publishing.

(7)

Happy; cheerful:
bright faces.

(8)

Animatedly clever; intelligent.

(9)

High and clear:
the bright sound of the trumpet section.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English beorht * see bherg-

继承用法

bright or

brightly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

bright, brilliant, radiant, lustrous, lambent, luminous, incandescent, effulgent

(2)

These adjectives refer to what emits or reflects light.

(3)

Bright is the most general:
bright sunshine;
a bright blue;
bright teeth.

(4)

Brilliant implies intense brightness and often suggests sparkling, glittering, or gleaming light:
a brilliant color;
a brilliant gemstone. Something that is radiant radiates or seems to radiate light:
a radiant sunrise;
a radiant smile. A

(5)

lustrous object originates no light but reflects an agreeable sheen:
thick, lustrous auburn hair;
a necklace of lustrous pearls.

(6)

Lambent applies to a soft, flickering light:
“its tranquil streets, bathed in the lambent green of budding trees” (James C. McKinley).

(7)

Luminous refers broadly to what shines with light but is said especially of something that glows in the dark:
The watch has a luminous dial.

(8)

Incandescent stresses burning brilliance, as of something white-hot:
Flames consist of incandescent gases.

(9)

Effulgent suggests splendid radiance:
“The crocus, the snowdrop, and the effulgent daffodil are considered bright harbingers of spring” (John Gould).See also Synonyms at intelligent

基本词义

Bright
Bright
AHD:[brot] John (1811-1889)
D.J.[brait]
K.K.[bra!t]
NONE
British politician and noted orator who was a founder of the Anti-Corn Law League (1839).

英汉船舶大词典

bright
n.光亮,亮

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

bright
【修】明亮,透明;有希望

英汉电信大词典

bright
adj.光亮的,高度光泽

英汉纺织大词典

bright
n.高度光泽,色泽鲜艳,有光《化纤》

英汉航空大词典

bright
n.明亮的

英汉化学大词典

bright
adj.高度光泽,色泽鲜艳,有希望的

英汉海运大词典

bright
明亮的(颜色)鲜明的生气勃勃的,欢快的聪明的,伶俐的

基本词义

bright
明亮的(颜色)鲜明的生气勃勃的,欢快的聪明的,伶俐的

英汉计算机大词典

bright
adj.明亮的(光亮的,光滑的

英汉机械大词典

bright
adj.嫩

英汉建筑大词典

bright
n.光亮的,光滑的,光的

英汉农牧林大词典

bright
n.澄清的,透明的,中期采摘的雪茄烟烟叶;n.佛吉尼亚型大叶烟草

英汉冶金大词典

bright
n.光亮的

英汉医学大词典

bright
n.明亮的,嫩

英汉中医大词典

bright
n.明亮的,鲜明的,欢快的

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