Definition of 'glare'
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So it is right that the utilities should find themselves under the glare of more intense scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Black reduces glare and makes the interior of a small car seem more spacious. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She will destroy him with one steely glare. The Sun (2010)Make allowances for bright sunlight and glare. Collins Traveller - MallorcaIt virtually guarantees that he will perform it in the full glare of publicity. The Bullet Catchers (1989)The only glare this glass can deflect is from the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Large sunglasses shielded her eyes from the glare of the lights and her former boyfriend. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is a role for which his intense glare makes him a natural. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The initial glare of publicity makes you feel special. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His affable grin becomes a steely glare. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But this was his first match under the full glare of the floodlights. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The brain has a threshold of how much glare it can withstand. The Sun (2011)It is also said to be able to reduce glare from cars following behind at dawn and dusk. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Closed in terms of things being able to go on under the radar and away from the public glare. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He escaped with a hard glare. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We love writing about bands and singers that emerge from the tangled undergrowth and come blinking into the bright glare of publicity. The Sun (2009)The flame died quickly, leaving only an angry glare against the night sky. Whicker's WarYet a shaft of sentiment will filter the hard glare of jump racing's fiercest week. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There was some delay as we wrestled with both an unsympathetic location and the glare of the lights in his famously large glasses. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I had to learn under my own steam away from the glare of attention. The Sun (2014)What is the media glare of the England job when you have had to fight for your reputation in a court of law? Times, Sunday Times (2012)He began by suffering from being, quite literally, in the glare of public attention. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is a double whammy that will showcase Brazil's glittering potential and subject it to the glare of global scrutiny. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'glare'
British English: glare /ɡlɛə/ VERB
If you glare at someone, you look at them with an angry expression on your face.
The old woman glared at him.
- American English: glare
- Arabic: يُحَمْلِقُ يسطع
- Brazilian Portuguese: afrontar
- Chinese: 怒视
- Croatian: bijesno zuriti
- Czech: dívat se nasupeně
- Danish: skule
- Dutch: boos kijken
- European Spanish: deslumbrar
- Finnish: katsoa vihaisesti
- French: lancer un regard furieux
- German: wütend starren
- Greek: αγριοκοιτάζω
- Italian: guardare con occhio torvo
- Japanese: にらみつける
- Korean: 노려보다
- Norwegian: blende
- Polish: zaświecić
- European Portuguese: olhar fixamente
- Romanian: a privi urât la
- Russian: пристально или сердито смотреть
- Spanish: deslumbrar
- Swedish: stirra
- Thai: ส่องแสงเจิดจ้า
- Turkish: öfkeyle bakmak
- Ukrainian: суворо дивитися
- Vietnamese: nhìn trừng trừng
British English: glare NOUN
A glare is an angry, hard, and unfriendly look.
His glasses magnified his irritable glare.
Definition of glare from the Collins English Dictionary
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