[braɪt]     [braɪt]    
  • adj. 明亮的;聪明的;阳光的;生动的;有前途的
  • adv. 一早
  • n. 亮色
brightly brighter brightest



adj. (形容词)
  1. 明亮的,光线充足的
  2. 机灵的,聪明的,聪颖的,悟性强的
  3. 有希望的,前途光明的,会成功的
  4. 晴朗的
  5. 生气勃勃的,欢快的
  6. 鲜艳的,鲜亮的
adv. (副词)
  1. 明亮地,光亮地
  2. 欢快地
  3. 鲜明地
  4. 欢快地,愉快地
n. (名词)
  1. 光辉,光彩,显赫,杰出
  2. <美口>车头灯光
  3. 壮丽,壮观
  4. 亮色
  1. John Bright 布莱特(1811-1889,英国政界人士,政治经济学家)


adj. (形容词)
  1. 光亮的,闪光的,发光的 giving out or throwing back light very strongly; full of light; shining
  2. 鲜艳的,鲜亮的 (of a colour) strong, clear, and easily seen
  3. 生气勃勃的,欢快的; 幸福的 full of life; cheerful; happy
  4. 聪明的,伶俐的 clever; quick at learning
  5. 前途光明的,有希望的 showing hope or signs of future success


  1. emitting or reflecting light readily or in large amounts;

    "the sun was bright and hot"
    "a bright sunlit room"

  2. having striking color;

    "bright dress"
    "brilliant tapestries"
    "a bird with vivid plumage"

  3. characterized by quickness and ease in learning;

    "some children are brighter in one subject than another"
    "smart children talk earlier than the average"

  4. having lots of light either natural or artificial;

    "the room was bright and airy"
    "a stage bright with spotlights"

  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"

  6. splendid;

    "the bright stars of stage and screen"
    "a bright moment in history"
    "the bright pageantry of court"

  7. not made dim or less bright;

    "undimmed headlights"
    "surprisingly the curtain started to rise while the houselights were still undimmed"

  8. clear and sharp and ringing;

    "the bright sound of the trumpet section"
    "the brilliant sound of the trumpets"

  9. characterized by happiness or gladness;

    "bright faces"
    "all the world seems bright and gay"

  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"

  1. with brightness;

    "the stars shone brilliantly"
    "the windows glowed jewel bright"



用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The bright moonlight showed the Taj Mahal in all its glory.
  2. He grew up in the country, but then found he preferred the bright lights.
  3. He is not bright, but he always works hard.
  4. The class are, in general, very bright.
    总的说来, 这个班级的学生都很聪明。
  5. What a nice bright day!
  6. The guard blew his whistle,waved his bright green flag.
  7. Foresight tells us that China has a bright future.
    远瞻未来, 中国有着光明的前途。
用作副词 (adv.)
  1. We must leave bright and early in the morning.
用作名词 (n.)
  1. You look better in bright colors like orange and red.
  2. I wore my caot,with golden lining,bright colours shining,worderful and new.


用作形容词 (adj.)
as bright as a button
    非常活泼聪明 very clever
bright and breezy
    轻松愉快 cheerful and happy
bright and early
    一大早 very early in the morning
bright idea
    好主意 clever original thought
bright lights
    灯红酒绿的娱乐场所 entertainment district
bright spark
    聪明人 clever person
look on the bright side
    乐观的 be optimistic


用作形容词 (adj.)
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  • The bright mornynge starre.

    出自:Bible (Tyndale): Revelation
  • The church is bright with candlelight.

    出自: J. Betjeman
  • Dusty September orchards..bright with apples.

    出自: E. Birney
  • Even on the brightest afternoon, the bulb..had to be lit.

    出自: B. Plain
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