Definition of 'shiny'
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Slowly add the soft butter and continue to mix until the dough becomes smooth and shiny. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They can if their hair is still shiny and fabulous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The porcelain wand ensures a shiny glossy finish. The Sun (2008)Special we use to marble very clean shiny with marble? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was a natty figure in a shiny suit with short lapels. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Each has been given a shiny new sixpence to clean or customise the items they choose. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Pour over the butter mixture and whisk until smooth and shiny. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pour it over your head as a final rinse to promote shiny hair. The Sun (2008)Remove from the heat and whisk in butter so it becomes glossy and shiny. The Sun (2014)Britain gets a shiny new airport in exactly the right part of the country. The Sun (2013)Keep the nozzle pointing downwards to ensure that the hair is smooth and shiny. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Just leaving it on for an hour will help to make hair shiny. The Sun (2008)It was not the shiny suit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You know it's not all shiny bright lights. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We're all in our places with bright shiny faces. The Other Side of MeRead our lips: shiny + bright = big and full. The Sun (2011)Everything is new, shiny and clean. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To the bold go the prizes - and a shiny new motor. The Sun (2016)The mixture should be thick, shiny and smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nice scratch on her bright shiny car, though. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There are no grand plots to resolve, it's not shiny or glossy. The Sun (2008)Add the rice and cook for 1 min, until shiny and glossy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'shiny'
British English: shiny /ˈʃaɪnɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Shiny things are bright and reflect light.
...a shiny new sports car.
- American English: shiny
- Arabic: لامِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: brilhante
- Chinese: 闪亮的
- Croatian: sjajan
- Czech: lesklý
- Danish: skinnende
- Dutch: glanzend
- European Spanish: reluciente
- Finnish: kiiltävä
- French: brillant
- German: glänzend
- Greek: στιλπνός
- Italian: scintillante
- Japanese: 光った
- Korean: 빛나는
- Norwegian: skinnende
- Polish: błyszczący
- European Portuguese: brilhante
- Romanian: strălucitor
- Russian: блестящий
- Spanish: reluciente
- Swedish: glansig
- Thai: ส่องแสง
- Turkish: parlak
- Ukrainian: блискучий
- Vietnamese: sáng bóng
Definition of shiny from the Collins English Dictionary
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