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BNC: 1526 COCA: 1308


bright /ˈbraɪt/ adjective
brighter; brightest
brighter; brightest
Learner's definition of BRIGHT
: producing a lot of light明亮的;发光的
: filled with light光线充足的;明亮的
: having a very light and strong color鲜艳夺目的
: able to learn things quickly : intelligent聪明的;悟性强的used especially to describe a young person尤指年轻人
: showing intelligence : clever机智的;聪明的
often used in a joking or ironic way to describe a foolish idea, action, etc.常用作戏谑或讽刺之意,指愚蠢的想法、行动等
: happy and lively快活而有生机的;容光焕发的
: providing a reason for hope有希望的

bright and early

: very early大清早;一大早

bright-eyed and bushy-tailed

: happy and full of energy神采奕奕的;容光焕发的

bright spot

: a good thing that occurs during a bad or difficult time(不幸或困境中的)可喜部分,亮点

on the bright side

used to refer to the good part of something that is mostly bad(不好事物中的)可喜部分,好的一面

— brightly


— brightness

noun [noncount]
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1 of 2


: radiating or reflecting light : shining, sparkling
bright lights
bright eyes
: sunny
a bright day
also : radiant with happiness
bright smiling faces
bright moments
: illustrious, glorious
brightest star of the opera
: of high saturation or lightness
bright colors
: lively, cheerful
be bright and jovial among your guests William Shakespeare
: intelligent, clever
a bright idea
bright children
: auspicious, promising
bright prospects for the future
bright adverb
brightly adverb


2 of 2


plural brights
: a color of high saturation : a bright (see bright entry 1 sense 4) color
usually used in plural
rich earth tones and crisp brights Patricia Peterson
brights plural : clothing that is brightly colored
Follow these steps and you can wash your dark clothes with the same laundry detergent you use for your whites and brights. Mary Hunt
brights plural : high beams
It didn't help that the car behind her, which had its brights on, seemed intent on tailgating her all the way to Fells Point. Laura Lippman
Choose the Right Synonym for bright

bright, brilliant, radiant, luminous, lustrous mean shining or glowing with light.

bright implies emitting or reflecting a high degree of light.

brilliant implies intense often sparkling brightness.

radiant stresses the emission or seeming emission of rays of light.

luminous implies emission of steady, suffused, glowing light by reflection or in surrounding darkness.

lustrous stresses an even, rich light from a surface that reflects brightly without glittering.

Example Sentences

Adjective The lighting was too bright. a bright room with lots of windows It was a bright, sunny day. The room was decorated in bright colors.
Recent Examples on the Web
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Kevin Hart, Regina Hall and Mark Wahlberg bring the bright at the Me Time premiere in Los Angeles on Aug. 23. People Staff, Peoplemag, 30 Aug. 2022 Purple shampoo is color theory at its simplest: The temporary hue makes all types of light and blonde hair look fresh-from-the-salon bright. Harper's Bazaar Staff, Harper's BAZAAR, 30 Aug. 2022 Now, the large windows in Shockley’s new bright and airy classroom look out at an expanse of dirt — where their old school used to be. Olivia Krauth, The Courier-Journal, 10 Aug. 2022 With a stone this bright and a rose gold band, who needs diamonds? Frances Solá-santiago, refinery29.com, 10 Aug. 2022 Following it after having left the Mingei International Museum’s future bright. David L. Coddon, San Diego Union-Tribune, 8 May 2022 Additionally, the small spaces in complex brush piles can be shelter for many young fish and baitfish to keep the fishery's future bright. Arkansas Online, 21 June 2021 This fall, Garden & Gun shined a bright on Smoke-A-Holics in a feature on Derrick, his technique and his passion. Dallas News, 30 Nov. 2020 Executive chef Brian Archibald leads the culinary team of the 5,000-square-foot bright, airy restaurant by Fig & Olive restaurateur Laurent Halasz. Shaena Montanari, The Arizona Republic, 24 Sep. 2020 See More

Word History



Middle English, from Old English beorht; akin to Old High German beraht bright, Sanskrit bhrājate it shines


noun derivative of bright entry 1

First Known Use


before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a


1920, in the meaning defined at sense 3

Time Traveler
The first known use of bright was before the 12th century
BNC: 1526 COCA: 1308


1full of light明亮VERBS | ADVERB VERBSbe明亮The offices are going to be bright and airy.辦公室將會明亮通風。look, seem看上去光明;好像明亮The factory's future now looks bright (= seems good).這家工廠的前景現在看起來一片光明。become, grow變得光明;變亮Her timid eyes grew bright and she looked ready to venture on.她膽怯的眼睛一下子亮了起來,看來打算去冒這個險。remain一直光明dawn, glow, shine發光;發亮The sun shone bright and hot.火辣辣的太陽耀眼奪目。The following morning dawned bright and warm.第二天早晨陽光明媚,溫暖和煦。burn燃燒得很旺ADVERBextremely, fairly, very, etc.極其/相當/非常光明intensely, surprisingly, unusually極其鮮豔;亮得出奇The white feathers looked surprisingly bright.那些白色的羽毛看上去出奇地亮。reasonably相當明亮The morning was reasonably bright.早上很晴朗。too, unnaturally太耀眼;亮得不自然Her eyes were unnaturally bright.她的眼睛亮得不自然。still仍然明亮The sky was still bright in the west.西邊的天空依然很亮。


2intelligent聰明VERBS | ADVERB VERBSbe聰穎Ms Newman is bright, opinionated and decisive.紐曼女士聰明果斷,有主見。ADVERBextremely, fairly, very, etc.極其/相當/非常聰明exceptionally, incredibly異常聰明;聰明得令人難以置信Thomas is an exceptionally bright boy.托馬斯是個異常聰明的男孩子。
BNC: 1526 COCA: 1308
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0_0: Translations of bright
  • # a.
    白: arctic, blank, bright, clear, gratuitous, plain
    賁: beautifully adorned, bright
    炳: bright, brilliant, luminous, remarkable, splendid
    昺: bright
    燦: bright, brilliant, glorious, lustrous, resplendent
    粲: beaming, beautiful, bright, splendid
    燦然: bright, brilliant, resplendent
    昶: bright
    聰慧: bright, intelligent
    聰明: bright, clever, intelligent
    聰穎: bright, clever, intelligent
    發光的: beaming, bright, illuminated, incandescent, lighted, lit
    紑: bright, glossy
    耿: bright, dedicated, honest and just, upright
    光亮: bright
    光明: bright, promising
    皓: bright, white
    鎬: bright
    顥: bright, white
    暉: bright
    輝: bright, brilliant, colorful, colourful, glaring, splendid
    慧: bright, intelligent
    皎: bright, white
    皦: bright, sparkling
    錦: bright, brilliant, gorgeous
    晶: aglisten, bright, brilliant, clinquant, coruscant, coruscating
    精彩: amazing, astonishing, bright, brilliant, excellent, glittering
    炯: bright, clear, shining
    蠲: bright, glaring, lucent
    朗: bright, clear, light
    伶: bright, clever, quick-witted
    曨: bright, lucent, luculent
    明: apparent, bright, clear, clear-sighted, next
    明亮的: blond, bright, brightsome, light, lightful, liquid
    爽: bright, clear, frank, open, open-hearted, straightforward
    爽朗: bright, candid, clear, frank, hearty, open
    爍: bright, luminous
    透亮: bright, transparent
    煒: bright
    熹: bright, brilliant, glaring, lucent, lukewarm, summerish
    詗: bright, clever
    湑: abundant, bright
    嬛: appealing, attractive, beautiful, bright, clever, cute
    曄: bright, brilliant, dazzling, intense, light, vivid
    翌: bright, next
    仡: beefy, bold, brave, brawny, bright, daring
    穎: brainy, bright, clever, gifted, intellective, intellectual
    優美: attractive, beautiful, bright, charming, chic, delicate
    有光: bright, glazed
    昱: bright, light
    爚: bright, fiery, igneous, lucent, lurid
    暲: bright, clear, light, lucent
    晢: bright, light, lucent
    灼: bright, luminous
  • # n.
    亮: bright, light
    曨: bright
  • # a.
    明亮地: bright, brightly, transparently

0_0: Definitions of bright
  • # adjective.
    - giving out or reflecting a lot of light; shining.
    * her bright, dark eyes
    - (of a person, idea, or remark) intelligent and quick-witted.
    * a bright young journalist
    - giving an appearance of cheerful liveliness.
    * she gave a bright smile
    - (of sound) clear, vibrant, and typically high-pitched.
    * her voice is fresh and bright
  • # adverb.
    - luminously.
    * a full moon shining bright
  • # noun.
    - bold and vivid colors.
    * webbed gloves in neon brights

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