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glow

 (glō)
intr.v. glowed, glow·ing, glows
1. To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame: Embers glowed in the furnace.
2.
a. To have a bright, warm, usually reddish color: The children's cheeks glowed from the cold.
b. To flush; blush.
3. To be exuberant or radiant: parents glowing with pride.
n.
1. A light produced by a body heated to luminosity; incandescence.
2. Brilliance or warmth of color, especially redness: "the evening glow of the city streets when the sun has gone behind the tallest houses" (Seán O'Faoláin).
3. A sensation of physical warmth.
4. A warm feeling, as of pleasure or well-being.

[Middle English glouen, from Old English glōwan; see ghel- in Indo-European roots.]

glowing

(ˈɡləʊɪŋ)
adj
1. emitting a steady bright light without flames: glowing embers.
2. (Colours) warm and rich in colour: the room was decorated in glowing shades of gold and orange.
3. flushed and rosy, as from exercise or excitement: glowing cheeks.
4. displaying or indicative of extreme satisfaction, pride, or emotion: he gave a glowing account of his son's achievements.
ˈglowingly adv

glow•ing

(ˈgloʊ ɪŋ)

adj.
1. incandescent.
2. rich and warm in coloring: glowing colors.
3. showing the radiance of health, excitement, etc.
4. warmly favorable or complimentary: a glowing account of her work.
[before 1000]
glow′ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.glowing - the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surfaceglowing - the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface
aureole, corona - the outermost region of the sun's atmosphere; visible as a white halo during a solar eclipse
light, visible light, visible radiation - (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation; "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"
Adj.1.glowing - highly enthusiastic; "glowing praise"
enthusiastic - having or showing great excitement and interest; "enthusiastic crowds filled the streets"; "an enthusiastic response"; "was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons"

glowing

adjective
1. complimentary, enthusiastic, rave (informal), ecstatic, rhapsodic, laudatory, adulatory, eulogistic The premiere of his play received glowing reviews.
complimentary cruel, scathing, dispassionate, unenthusiastic
2. aglow, red, bright, beaming, radiant, suffused a happy face, glowing with good health
aglow pale, wan, pallid
3. flushed, red, flaming, ruddy, florid, aglow Her face was glowing with humiliation.
4. bright, vivid, vibrant, rich, warm, radiant, luminous stained glass in rich, glowing colours
bright cool, grey, dull, colourless

glowing

adjective
1. Bright and clear in complexion; not dull or faded:
2. Of a healthy reddish color:
Translations
مُتَوَهِّج
svítícízářící
glødendestrålende
glóandi

glowing

[ˈgləʊɪŋ] ADJ
1. [light etc] → brillante; [fire, colour] → vivo; [complexion, cheeks etc] → encendido
2. [person] (with health, pleasure) → rebosante
3. (fig) [report, description etc] → entusiasta

glowing

[ˈgləʊɪŋ] adj
[fire] → rougeoyant(e)
[complexion] → éclatant(e)
[report, description] → élogieux/euse
to speak in glowing terms about sb/sth → parler de qn/qch en termes élogieux

glowing

adj
glühend; candle, colour, eyesleuchtend; cheeks, complexionblühend; to be glowing with healthblühend aussehen
(fig: = enthusiastic) account, descriptionbegeistert; wordsleidenschaftlich, begeistert; praise, reportüberschwänglich; pride, admiration, enthusiasmglühend; to speak of somebody/something in glowing termsvoller Begeisterung von jdm/etw sprechen; to paint something in glowing colours (fig)etw in den leuchtendsten Farben schildern

glowing

[ˈgləʊɪŋ] adj (light) → caldo/a; (fire) → ardente; (complexion) → luminoso/a; (cheeks, colour) → acceso/a; (person, with health) → florido/a; (with pleasure) → raggiante (fig) (report, description) → entusiasta
to paint sth in glowing colours (fig) → dire meraviglie di qc

glow

(gləu) verb
1. to give out heat or light without any flame. The coal was glowing in the fire.
2. to have red cheeks because of heat, cold, emotion etc. The little boy glowed with pride.
noun
the state of glowing. the glow of the coal in the fire.
ˈglowing adjective
glowing colours.
ˈglow-worm noun
a kind of beetle whose tail glows in the dark.
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