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Язык: Английский
Источник:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. A S Hornby. Seventh edition. Oxford University Press. 2005.
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glow

verb, noun

verb

1 (especially of something hot or warm) to produce a dull, steady light:

[verb used alone]
The embers still glowed in the hearth;
The strap has a fluorescent coating that glows in the dark
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[verb + adjective]
A cigarette end glowed red in the darkness.


SYNONYMS
shine
gleam • glow • sparkle • glisten •  shimmer • glitter • twinkle • glint

These words all mean to produce or reflect light.

shine to produce or reflect light, especially brightly: The sun was shining and the sky was blue.
gleam to shine with a clear bright or pale light, especially a reflected light: Moonlight gleamed on the water.
glow (often of something hot or warm) to produce a dull steady light: The end of his cigarette glowed red.
sparkle to shine brightly with small flashes of light: The diamonds sparkled in the light.
glisten (of something wet) to shine: The road glistened wet after the rain.
shimmer to shine with a soft light that seems to shake slightly: Everything seemed to shimmer in the heat.
glitter to shine brightly with small flashes of reflected light: The ceiling of the cathedral glittered with gold.

SPARKLE OR GLITTER?
There is very little difference in meaning between these two words. Glitter can sometimes suggest a lack of depth, but this is more frequent in the figurative use of glitter as a noun: the superficial glitter of show business. Sparkle is also often used to talk about light reflected off a surface, but things that produce light can also sparkle: Stars sparkled in the sky.

twinkle to shine with a light that changes rapidly from bright to faint to bright again: Stars twinkled in the sky.
glint to give small bright flashes of reflected light: The blade of the knife glinted in the darkness.

PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS
• to shine/gleam/glow/sparkle/glisten/shimmer/glitter/ twinkle/glint on/upon something
• to shine/gleam/glow/sparkle/glisten/shimmer/glitter/ twinkle/glint with something
• to shine/gleam/sparkle/glisten/shimmer/glitter/glint in the sunlight
• to shine/gleam/glow/sparkle/glisten/shimmer/glitter/ glint in the moonlight
• the moon shines/gleams/shimmers
• the stars shine/gleam/sparkle/glitter/twinkle
• somebody’s eyes shine/gleam/glow/sparkle/glisten/glitter/ twinkle/glint
• to shine/gleam/glow/sparkle/glisten/shimmer/glitter/ twinkle/glint brightly
• to shine/gleam/glow/shimmer softly

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