shine en Inglés
v. make glimmer, cause to shine; gleam, sparkle; radiate, emit light; excel, do well; polish (shoes, silverware, etc.)
“You shine like a little sun,” said Gerda to her. “Do you know where I can find my playmate?”
‘Dick Tipton: Make your boots and shoes shine, for ladies and gentlemen: everything at the right price.’
A light shone from the window of a meagre hut, and they advanced swiftly to its side.
Above them flew crows, with their discordant cries. However, much further away shone the moon, in its splendid clarity.
His eyes shone; he clasped his lips together; still, he held his head high and walked with a resolute step.
Some moist beads shone in the eyes of the little lord as he gave his account.
Indeed the dandelion shone on the lawn; she sang a song, but there was no mention of Kay.
The shops of the poultry merchants were still half open, and the fruiterers’ shone in all their glory.
Light shining on the eyebrows of his mask produced a lustre that revealed a very well executed piece of painting.
In the beautiful garden, she knew nothing of the passage of time; the sun always shone with the same brilliance, and all the seasons were combined.
1. lustre: radiance, glow, gloss, polish, light
2. radiate: gleam, glimmer, glisten, glitter, twinkle, sparkle, flicker
3. polish: wax, buff, clean, finish, burnish, brush, scour