a blossom on a flowering plantHarry carefully plucked the bloom.
a healthy or flourishing conditionin the full bloom of youth
She was in her intellectual prime.
You are hardly in the first flower of youth.
beauty, , , , , ,
an area of outstanding natural beauty
In its heyday, the studio boasted it had more stars than heaven.
His career is now at its zenith.
a youthful or healthy glowThe skin loses its youthful bloom.
The moisturiser gave my face a healthy glow that lasted all day.
the first flush of young love
A blush spread over Brenda's cheeks.
the freshness of early morning
Gold retains its lustre for far longer than other metals.
The dim bulb cast a soft radiance over his face.
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(of flowers) to openThis plant blooms between May and June.
Our relationship didn't bloom into a close friendship.
to flourish or growNot many economies bloomed in 1990.
the skills and qualities needed to succeed
Business soon flourished.
Today his company continues to thrive.
The high street banks continue to prosper.
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in the sense of beauty
the combination of all the qualities of a person or thing that delight the senses and mindan area of outstanding natural beauty
symmetry (formal, literary),
in the sense of blossom
the flower or flowers of a plant, esp. producing edible fruitthe blossoms of plants, shrubs and trees
bloom 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?