- vi. (无焰地)燃烧; 发炽热; 烧红 give out heat and〔or〕 soft light without flames or smoke
- vi. 脸红,身体发热 show redness and heat, especially in the face, after hard work or because of strong feelings
- [S]光亮,光辉 a soft light from sth burning without flame or smoke
- [S]脸红,(身体)发热 the feeling and〔or〕 signs of heat and color in the body and face
- [S]热情; 强烈的感情 a strong feeling
an alert and refreshed state
light from nonthermal sources
the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised
a feeling of considerable warmth;
"the glow of new love"
"a glow of regret"
a steady even light without flames
the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface
an appearance of reflected light
emit a steady even light without flames;
"The fireflies were glowing and flying about in the garden"
have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink;
"Her face glowed when she came out of the sauna"
shine intensely, as if with heat;
"The coals were glowing in the dark"
"The candles were burning"
be exuberant or high-spirited;
"Make the people's hearts glow"
experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion;
"She was beaming with joy"
"Her face radiated with happiness"
- There is a glow of health in his face.
- There midnight's all a glimmer and noon (is) a purple glow.
- The sunset glow is very beautiful.
- His face took on an affectionate glow.
- The fire cast a ruddy glow over the city.
- Her face has the glow of health.
- All fireflies glow with about the same brightness.
- Their hearts glow with genuine patriotism.
- Many a time and often have we watched the trees glow as the sun set behind them.
- Xiao Ming is greedy, his eyes will glow whenever he sees meat.
- A cigarette glowed in the dark.
- It was painted in glowing colors.
- The whole countryside glowed with autumn tints.
- Her eyes glowed with joy.
- His cheeks glowed after the race.
- He glowed with pride at her son's achievements.
- There was a dull red glow in the night sky above the steelworks.
- The long rest brought a glow back to her face.
- I felt a pleasant glow in all my veins from the wine.
- She felt a glow of satisfaction at her son's achievements.
- The glow went out of his voice.
- the evening〔sunset〕 glow 晚霞,夕阳余晖
- be in〔of〕 a glow 暖烘烘的
Summer's scorching glow.出自： R. W. Emerson
On a dark night the glow from a torch can be seen from a considerable distance.出自： A. MacLean
I..found it in ruins, with the fire yet glowing.出自： S. Johnson
- glow用作动词的基本意思是无焰或无烟地“燃烧; 发炽热; 烧红”,也指人因体力活动强度过大或感情强烈而“脸红,身体发热”,也可用来比喻人的“感情洋溢”。glow常与with连用。
- glow, flare, glare, light, shine
- 1.指由日月星辰等天体或灯光、火光发出或照射的光用shine; 指太阳、灯等发出的非常强烈、耀眼的光用glare; 指由铁等发出炽热的热光或无焰的燃烧用glow; 指由手电筒、火炬等发出的摇曳的闪光或火焰用flare; 而light可用于任何物体发出的光。例如:
- The sky was indigo blue, and a great many stars were shining.天空一片深蓝,闪烁着点点繁星。
- The bright lights arrested the boy's attention.灿烂的灯光吸引了这个男孩的注意。
- I saw the sudden flare of a flashlight in the darkness.我看到手电筒在黑暗中突然闪出的亮光。
- The glare of the head-lights almost blinded her.前车灯几乎把她的眼都照得睁不开了。
- The glow from the embers warmed us.余烬的灼热使我们暖和。
- 2.glow还可指因运动或激动而发热、发红或容光焕发; shine还可引申指眼神、情感等显露。例如:
- His face has a shine with perspiration.
- The baby was all in a glow after a hot bath.
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的glowan，意为闪光，燃烧。