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Meaning & Definition of Bright in English

English

Bright

/braɪt/

adjective

1. Emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts

  • "The sun was bright and hot"
  • "A bright sunlit room"
    synonym:
  • bright

2. Having striking color

  • "Bright dress"
  • "Brilliant tapestries"
  • "A bird with vivid plumage"
    synonym:
  • bright
  • ,
  • brilliant
  • ,
  • vivid

3. Characterized by quickness and ease in learning

  • "Some children are brighter in one subject than another"
  • "Smart children talk earlier than the average"
    synonym:
  • bright
  • ,
  • smart

4. Having lots of light either natural or artificial

  • "The room was bright and airy"
  • "A stage bright with spotlights"
    synonym:
  • bright

5. Made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing

  • Reflecting a sheen or glow
  • "Bright silver candlesticks"
  • "A burnished brass knocker"
  • "She brushed her hair until it fell in lustrous auburn waves"
  • "Rows of shining glasses"
  • "Shiny black patents"
    synonym:
  • bright
  • ,
  • burnished
  • ,
  • lustrous
  • ,
  • shining
  • ,
  • shiny

6. Splendid

  • "The bright stars of stage and screen"
  • "A bright moment in history"
  • "The bright pageantry of court"
    synonym:
  • bright

7. Not made dim or less bright

  • "Undimmed headlights"
  • "Surprisingly the curtain started to rise while the houselights were still undimmed"
    synonym:
  • undimmed
  • ,
  • bright

8. Clear and sharp and ringing

  • "The bright sound of the trumpet section"
  • "The brilliant sound of the trumpets"
    synonym:
  • bright
  • ,
  • brilliant

9. Characterized by happiness or gladness

  • "Bright faces"
  • "All the world seems bright and gay"
    synonym:
  • bright

10. Full or promise

  • "Had a bright future in publishing"
  • "The scandal threatened an abrupt end to a promising political career"
  • "A hopeful new singer on broadway"
    synonym:
  • bright
  • ,
  • hopeful
  • ,
  • promising

adverb

1. With brightness

  • "The stars shone brilliantly"
  • "The windows glowed jewel bright"
    synonym:
  • brilliantly
  • ,
  • brightly
  • ,
  • bright

Examples of using

The sky was so starry, so bright that, looking at it, one could not help asking oneself whether ill-humoured and capricious people could live under such a sky.
Light travels faster than sound. Therefore some people seem bright until you hear them speak.
Tom usually wears sunglasses even when it's not so bright.