свет ; сияние; солнечный свет; лунный свет; блеск ; великолепие; глянец ; лоск ; расположение; глупая выходка; глупая проделка;
светить; сиять; блестеть; заблестеть; светиться; отсвечивать; блистать; полировать; придавать блеск; чистить
- Benetton's true colours shine through.
- Campaigning groups have served to shine a spotlight on many of the world's diminishing rainforests and are making the guilty West sit up and take note.
- Dennis was riding Shine On.
- After Shine On had won at York, the papers had sung her praises.
- Colin Thubron, traveller and award-winning travel writer, was influenced by Freya Stark's style: "I was absolutely fascinated by the way she could make certain words shine."
- Neither was I to know that I should indeed one fine day have a son who would make me very proud of him at the "Other Place", but that it would be from green eyes that the light of intelligence and wit would shine.
- In no way did he shine, nor was he involved in anything memorable.
- Silicone cancels out the problem as it is positively charged and leaves hair in a neutral state, adding smoothness and promoting shine.
- He ripped a packet in his hand and smoothed the rubber on his cock making it shine in the half light as Richard raised his head and watched.
- It is not so much lack of intelligence, though compared with other Labour post-war leaders, Attlee, Gaitskell, Wilson, Callaghan and Foot, Mr Kinnock certainly does not shine.
- If she'd cocked up a second race, Bill would have jocked her off Shine On, whatever Ibn Fayoud said.
- Avoid allowing light to shine into neighbours' gardens or into windows.
- "Shine your torch onto the floor," she instructed.