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They will grow well in any sunny garden on all reasonably fertile soils. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is a place made for lazy picnics and sunny afternoons. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The swarms take advantage of warm sunny weather to find a new home. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The impressive library and the sunny terrace are both great places for a lazy afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She has a very sunny disposition and just burns brightness. The Sun (2015)It will do best in an open sunny position or in a pot near the house. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Each image was depicted hanging from the branches of a large tree on a sunny day. The Sun (2013)Basil is happy on a sunny windowsill. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Plant in a sunny sheltered garden for the best display. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The afternoon was sunny and the village slow. Marsden, Philip The Crossing-Place (1993)The crowds were thinner than usual despite mainly dry and sunny weather. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Large french doors lead to a sunny terrace overlooking a small pool. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was not just the seagulls who were lacking a sunny disposition. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has a sunny garden and good access to local transport. The Sun (2012)It looks sunny and nice outside! Times, Sunday Times (2010)They grow in any moist but well-drained soil in a fairly sunny location. Times, Sunday Times (2012)September is turning out to be dry, sunny and fairly warm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's nice and sunny out there. Alexander Masters STUART: A Life Backwards (2005)One year ago, sunny days seemed a long way away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You only need to sit on the cathedral green on a sunny afternoon to realise how many families live here and love it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will reach a final height of 1.5m and will be very happy in a sunny spot in summer. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No. I am a fairly sunny soul. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's surprisingly sunny, and there are beaches. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pick your moment... There are expected to be dark periods to balance out the surprisingly sunny first quarter of this year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'sunny'

British English: sunny /ˈsʌnɪ/ ADJECTIVE
When it is sunny, the sun is shining brightly.
...a warm, sunny day.
  • American English: sunny
  • Arabic: مُشْمِس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ensolarado
  • Chinese: 阳光明媚的
  • Croatian: sunčan
  • Czech: slunečný
  • Danish: solrig
  • Dutch: zonnig
  • European Spanish: soleado
  • Finnish: aurinkoinen
  • French: ensoleillé
  • German: sonnig
  • Greek: ηλιόλουστος
  • Italian: soleggiato
  • Japanese: 日当たりのよい
  • Korean: 햇빛이 밝은
  • Norwegian: solfylt
  • Polish: słoneczny
  • European Portuguese: ensolarado
  • Romanian: însorit
  • Russian: солнечный
  • Spanish: soleado
  • Swedish: solig
  • Thai: มีแสงแดดมาก
  • Turkish: güneşli
  • Ukrainian: сонячний
  • Vietnamese: nắng

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