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1(shine) intensamentea brilliantly sunny day — un día de sol radiante
- From 1912, he painted extensively in northern Ontario, producing brilliantly colored oil sketches on small wooden panels.
- The sanctuary itself is the most brilliantly illuminated part of the church.
- She chose a blue that corresponds to the color of the brilliantly clear sky above New York on that day in September.
- His works make up a spectacular fleet of brilliantly festooned machines.
- Emerging trends include the brilliantly hued photos of Winstanley and the classic snapshots of Metzner.
- The piece presents a sect of 11 men and women, brilliantly clad alike by in white dress shirts, striped ties, and suspendered knickers.
- The season unaccountably changes, the leaves all brilliantly fall, thousands at a time,
- The National Health Service workers pushed giant, brilliantly lit beds into the stadium.
- The gas-filled tubes, as you can see, work brilliantly, and unlike so many things that look good in the dark, they're very visible in daylight too.
- The satellite rose into a brilliantly sunny sky flecked with small white clouds.
2(play/write/argue) con brillantez(funny/simple) extraordinariamentehe played brilliantly — jugó genial / fenomenal informal