glow en Alemán

Pronunciación
n. Glühen; Rötung; Leuchten, Schein, Glut
v. glühen; erröten; leuchten

Ejemplos

He was so fluttered and so glowing with his good intentions, that his broken voice would scarcely answer to his call.
Er war von seinen guten Vorsätzen so erregt und außer sich, dass seine bebende Stimme kaum auf seinen Ruf antworten wollte.
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Our earnings statement for the last quarter showed some glowing irregularities.
Unsere Ergebnisrechnung für das letzte Quartal wiesen ein paar frappierende Unregelmäßigkeiten auf.
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The panes glowed like plates of heated metal.
Die Scheiben glühten wie erhitzte Metallplatten.
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An evening glow often promises good weather.
Abendrot verheißt oft schönes Wetter.
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The green lampshade casts a warm glow in the room.
Der grüne Lampenschirm wirft einen warmen Schein in das Zimmer.
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The researchers have created kittens that can glow in the dark.
Die Forscher haben Kätzchen gezüchtet, die im Dunkeln leuchten.
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The coal was glowing in the fire.
Die Kohlen glühten im Feuer.
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It started glowing.
Es fing an zu leuchten.
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His mouth was as wide as an oven, his teeth like yellow fangs, and his eyes, two glowing red coals.
Sein Mund war so breit wie ein Ofen, seine Zähne wie gelbe Fangzähne und seine Augen wie zwei glühende Kohlen.
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She always has such glowing youthful skin.
Sie hat immer eine strahlend jugendliche Haut.
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Sinónimos

1. radiate light or heat: shine, gleam, radiate, glimmer, burn, beam, redden
2. gentle radiance: light, heat, shine, effulgence, gleam, luminescence, warmth



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