Definition of 'sunshine'
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Today will begin cloudy and rainy before western areas see sunshine. The Sun (2016)White stuff glistening in brilliant sunshine against a backdrop of blue. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It likes good light or full sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is a story of bright sunshine and great art. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The gleaming turf in the morning sunshine had cloaked the effects of the overnight downpour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was a clear blue sky and warm sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You get three days of sunshine and then along comes the rain again. The Sun (2011)The brilliant sunshine has lit up the colours now appearing on the trees. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But here we have drizzle and a bit of light sunshine. The Sun (2015)He produced two service winners to complete the set when the players returned in bright sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some warm sunshine will soon quicken them into life again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The resort is averaging around nine hours of sunshine a day. The Sun (2015)As we leave the cairn a ray of weak sunshine lights on us. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Bright summer sunshine streams through the windows. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Friday will be warmer with more sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We need sunshine in the mornings to reset our body clocks and rev us up for the day. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We had two brilliant weeks of sunshine and sea and it seemed natural to share a bed with my ex. The Sun (2009)We climbed in the one with the open top and drove to a bar in the bright morning billionaire sunshine. The Sun (2011)It's wonderful to be outside in the sunshine and still have an excuse to dress up. Times, Sunday Times (2007)When a plant is small, it also receives more reflected heat from sunshine hitting the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This sunshine and warmth is Just what the parents need. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In sympathy with a humid summer afternoon, the game had more heat than sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Easter 2011 was the best for warmth and sunshine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We had the bakers outside in the sunshine doing tasting and challenges, and we had some very sunburnt people. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'sunshine'
British English: sunshine /ˈsʌnˌʃaɪn/ NOUN
Sunshine is the light and heat that comes from the sun.
The bay glittered in the sunshine.
- American English: sunshine
- Arabic: ضُوْءُ الشَّمْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: brilho do sol
- Chinese: 阳光
- Croatian: sunčev sjaj
- Czech: sluneční svit
- Danish: solskin
- Dutch: zonneschijn
- European Spanish: brillo del sol
- Finnish: auringonpaiste
- French: ensoleillement
- German: Sonnenschein
- Greek: λιακάδα
- Italian: luce del sole
- Japanese: 日光
- Korean: 햇빛
- Norwegian: solskinn
- Polish: światło słoneczne
- European Portuguese: luz do sol
- Romanian: lumina soarelui
- Russian: солнечный свет
- Spanish: brillo del sol
- Swedish: solsken
- Thai: แสงอาทิตย์
- Turkish: gün ışığı
- Ukrainian: сонячне світло
- Vietnamese: ánh nắng
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