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shining
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Reflecting light.
  2. Made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow.
  3. Marked by exceptional merit.
(名) As a noun
  1. The work of making something smooth and shiny by rubbing or waxing it.
Hyphenationshin•ing
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zhàovariant of ; to shine; to illuminate; (Chinese surname)
jiǒng(literary) bright; shining; brilliance
炯炯jiǒngjiǒngbright (eyes); shining
bǐngbright; shining, splendid
辉映huīyìngto reflect; to shine
透亮tòuliàngbright; shining; translucent; crystal clear
闪射shǎnshèto radiate; to shine; glitter of light; a glint
yìngto reflect (light); to shine; to project (an image onto a screen etc)
明亮míngliàngbright; shining; glittering; to become clear
亮彩liàngcǎia bright color; sparkle; shine; glitter
gǎohigh; sun shines brightly; to shine
露脸lòuliǎnto show one's face; to make one's good name; to become successful and well known; to shine
gǎo(said of truth) to come out to the open; to be known by all, (ancient form ) glossy; shining
chánto burn; to heat, to burn over a wider and wider area; to glow; to shine, light; brightness
āivery hot, to burn, to heat, to roast, dazzling; bright; shining, a very great fire; flourishing flames
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