Meaning of bright spot in English:

bright spot


  • A good part of something that is otherwise entirely bad or unpleasant.

    ‘the songs are a bright spot in a dreary movie’
    • ‘Online sales, typically a bright spot, grew only 8.4%.’
    • ‘If there is a bright spot, it's that the automakers have a lot of new cars in the pipeline aimed at capturing the buying public's imagination.’
    • ‘The rebuilding has been a bright spot amid the anger and disappointment that accompanied many of the church closings.’
    • ‘Millions of tourists are expected for the swearing in, a bright spot for businesses during these tough times but bad news for a cash strapped host city.’
    • ‘It was a bright spot in a year of difficulties and discouragements.’
    • ‘The musical sequences are the bright spot in the show.’
    • ‘He was the bright spot in my little son's life.’
    • ‘However Tuesday night's results offered one bright spot for the president and his party.’
    • ‘The one bright spot in an otherwise bleak picture is the increase in aid from non-governmental organizations.’
    • ‘The one bright spot in my life is my friends and the ways I can help them.’