highlights


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

high·light

 (hī′līt′)
n.
1. An area or a spot in a drawing, painting, or photograph that is strongly illuminated.
2. An especially significant or interesting detail or event.
3. highlights Strands of hair that have been lightened, as by bleaching or coloring.
tr.v. high·light·ed, high·light·ing, high·lights
1. To give a highlight to (the subject of a painting, for example).
2.
a. To make prominent; emphasize: The article highlighted the painstaking work of the detectives.
b. To be a highlight of: The duet highlighted the concert.
3. To mark (important passages of text) with a usually fluorescent marker as a means of memory retention or for later reference.
4. To lighten (strands of hair), as by bleaching or coloring.

highlights

(ˈhaɪlaɪts)
pl n
(Broadcasting) television a selection on the TV or radio of the most important and exciting parts of an event, esp a sporting event
Translations
References in classic literature ?
So much I saw then, all vaguely for the flickering of the lightning, in blinding highlight>highlights and dense black shadows.
The highlight>highlights in this part of the work are cleverly managed, the MOTIF is admirably subordinated to the ground tints, and the technique is very fine.
Those are kind and gentle old Jews, but they ain't any fonder of kissing the emotional highlight>highlights of Brooklyn than you be.
The second new tool that Instagram has introduced is called Stories highlight>Highlights.
In today's crowded digital landscape, highlight>Highlights Every Day offers the screen time kids crave, backed by the quality content parents have always trusted and expected from highlight>Highlights.
British Eurosport HD will show highlight>highlights from 10pm-11.
RUGBY: RUGBY: Top 14 Rugby highlight>highlights Top 14 Rugby highlight>highlights (Sky Sports 3, 6am).
The reception of Untitled, as such, offers a (perhaps) unintended case study in the terrain that Fraser insistently mines in Museum highlight>Highlights.
The AICPA's Accounting Standards Executive Committee this month will issue Statement of Position 03-5, Financial highlight>Highlights of Separate Accounts: An Amendment to the Audit and Accounting Guide Audits of Investment Companies (No.
Teen visits to the hair salon for highlight>highlights herald a new era of back-to-school rituals for teen and pre-teen girls that includes manicures and pedicures and getting their eyebrows waxed and shaped.
Commonly, the information presented in a comparative advertisement highlight>highlights negative elements of the competition's camp and positive aspects of one's own camp.
National highlight>highlights contained in the SIOR report include: