Translation of bright-eyed in Spanish:


de ojos vivos, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌbraɪdˈaɪd/


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    (child/kitten) de ojos vivos
    (child/kitten) de ojos vivarachos
    • The two richly dressed infants have brought their pets, as bright-eyed as themselves, with them.
    • The pale-skinned bright-eyed goddess wills it.
    • The boy gazed back at him, bright-eyed and calm.
    • A healthy rabbit should be bright-eyed and alert.
    • So it's a bit of a shock when a healthy-looking, bright-eyed, clear-skinned young man walks into his agent's office.
    • The young man dropped his bright-eyed gaze from David's face.
    • She noticed a bright-eyed, dark-haired young man sitting across from her.