Day-Glo

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Day-Glo

(dā′glō′)
A trademark for fluorescent coloring agents and materials. This trademark sometimes occurs in print in lowercase: "The troupe's staging ... follows Alice's fantasy romp through day-glo daisies, past a smiling Cheshire cat" (Los Angeles Times).

Day-Glo

n
(Colours) trademark
a. a brand of fluorescent colouring materials, as of paint
b. (as modifier): Day-Glo colours.

Day-Glo

(ˈdeɪˌgloʊ)
Trademark.
a brand of pigments and other products that fluoresce in daylight.
Translations

Day-glo

® [ˈdeɪgləʊ] ADJ [colours etc] → fosforescente, fosforito
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1 Wear something appalling at all times - brightly coloured socks, a dayglo waistcoat, red trousers.
Since 1979, the punk band Dayglo (in one configuration or another) has been delivering no-holds barred performances.
The bonkers decor is full of eye-popping dayglo colours, and on one of the walls is a mural of brightlypainted golf clubs.
It's understandable that not all bikers want to dress head to toe in dayglo but ensuring that other road users have good visibility is absolutely vital if you want to stay on your bike.
That bizarre black smock covered in dayglo flowers.
Surges of electro and guitar fuzzed, fuzed and diffused to the glare and pulse of the dayglo John Travolta dance floor.
Watching Inside Out is like being smacked around the head by a DayGlo psychology book.
I've got the sort of sweaty, puffy face and the terrifying DayGlo white skin, and sort of looking around, going: 'I don't understand anything; don't speak the language.
He was full of loud complaints about the many things he didn't find right or agree with, but he also knew how to have a great night out painting the town in Technicolor and DayGlo hues, laughing all the way
Differently luminous' would certainly describe those dayglo harpies who nicked my cab, whilst 'differently physiqued' would easily apply to their chemicallyenhanced X-Men giant other halves.
One poem about longing is painted with citrine and silver; ruby red, dayglo blush, and cornflower blue decorate a lowly concubine in another.