简明英汉词典

gleam
[^li:m]
n.
微弱的闪光, 一丝光线, 瞬息的一现
vi.
闪烁, 隐约地闪现
vt.
使发微光, 使闪烁

美国传统词典[双解]

gleam
gleam
AHD:[gl?m]
D.J.[gli8m]
K.K.[glim]
n.(名词)

(1)

A brief beam or flash of light:
微光,闪光:瞬间的光或闪光:
saw gleams of daylight through the cracks.
从缝隙中看到黎明的曙光

(2)

A steady but subdued shining; a glow:
柔光,光泽:稳定而柔和的光;微弱的闪光:
the gleam of burnished gold.
黄金的光泽

(3)

A brief or dim indication; a trace:
迹象:短暂或模糊的暗示;迹象:
a gleam of intelligence.
智慧的光芒
v.(动词)
gleamedgleam.inggleams
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To emit a gleam; flash or glow:
闪光;闪烁或发光:
“It shone with gold and gleamed with ivory”(Edith Hamilton)See Synonyms at flash
“它金光闪闪,银光泛动”(伊迪丝·汉密尔顿)参见 flash

(2)

To be manifested or indicated briefly or faintly.
乍现,闪现:短暂地或微弱地的显示或暗示
v.tr.(及物动词)
To cause to emit a flash of light.
使发出闪光,使闪耀

语源

(1)

Middle English glem
中古英语 glem

(2)

from Old English gl?m * see ghel- 2
源自 古英语 gl?m *参见 ghel- 2

继承用法

gleamer
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

gleam
[^li:m]
n.

(1)

亮光
the red gleam of the firelight
火焰的红光

(2)

闪光

(3)

(感情或特性的)瞬息的一现
a gleam of hope
出现一线希望
A gleam of interest in the matter came into her eye.
她的眼睛里显露出一丝对此事感到兴趣的神情。

词性变化

gleam
vi.

(1)

闪烁;发微光
The moonlight gleamed on the river.
月光在河面上闪烁。
The furniture gleamed after being polished.
家具擦后闪闪发亮。

(2)

突然显现
Amusement gleamed in his eyes.
他眼睛流露出愉快的神情。

现代英汉综合大辞典

gleam
[^li:m]
n.

(1)

(瞬间的)微光, 一丝光线; 照射[反射]的光线, 闪光

(2)

[喻](某种感情的)闪现

(3)

反应
gleam of egg
蛋的透光度
a gleam of hope
一线希望
the first gleams of day
曙光

词性变化

gleam
[^li:m]
vi.

(1)

隐约闪光[闪烁]

(2)

(感情等的)闪现
Courage gleamed in his eyes.
他的眼睛中闪现勇气。

gleam
[^li:m]
vt.
使发微光, 使隐约闪现, 使闪烁

继承用法

gleamingly
adv.
隐约可见地

gleamy
[`^li:mI]
adj.
发微光[闪光]的

习惯用语

not a gleam of hope
毫无希望

参考词汇
flash    

用法词典

gleam
中古英语 glem<古英语 gl?m 闪光

英文相关词典

gleam
beam    burn    glare    glimmer    glisten    glow    radiate    shine    sparkle    twinkle    

美国传统词典

gleam
gleam
AHD:[gl?m]
D.J.[gli8m]
K.K.[glim]
n.

(1)

A brief beam or flash of light:
saw gleams of daylight through the cracks.

(2)

A steady but subdued shining; a glow:
the gleam of burnished gold.

(3)

A brief or dim indication; a trace:
a gleam of intelligence.
v.
gleamed, gleam.ing, gleams
v.intr.

(1)

To emit a gleam; flash or glow:
“It shone with gold and gleamed with ivory”(Edith Hamilton)See Synonyms at flash

(2)

To be manifested or indicated briefly or faintly.
v.tr.
To cause to emit a flash of light.

语源

(1)

Middle English glem

(2)

from Old English gl?m * see ghel- 2

继承用法

gleamer
n.

英汉电信大词典

gleam
n.发光,闪光

英汉化学大词典

gleam
n.微光,光彩;vt.发光,反射光

英汉计算机大词典

gleam
n.微光(光彩);vt.发光(反射光)

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