brighten definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create or be bright or better.
    • to help make bright or brighter; which will make to shine; to boost the luster of; to provide a brighter hue to.
    • To make illustrious, or even more distinguished; to include luster or splendor to.
    • to enhance or ease by dispelling gloom or removing what obscures and darkens; to drop light upon; to produce cheerful.
    • to create intense or amusing; to enliven.
    • In order to make or be bright or better.
    • To make bright or brighter; to produce to shine; to boost the luster of; to provide a brighter hue to.
    • to produce illustrious, or maybe more distinguished; to add luster or splendor to.
    • to boost or ease by dispelling gloom or removing whatever obscures and darkens; to drop light upon; to help make cheerful.
    • to produce intense or witty; to enliven.
  • verb:
    • To make bright or brighter in color
    • to incorporate luster or splendor to
    • (figuratively) to produce much more cheerful and pleasant; to enliven
    • To grow bright, or maybe more bright in shade; to get rid of
    • to be better or higher cheerful in mood
    • become obvious
    • make less heavy or brighter
    • To make brilliant or brighter in shade
    • to incorporate luster or splendor to
    • (figuratively) In order to make much more cheerful and pleasant; to enliven
    • to cultivate bright, or maybe more brilliant in shade; to get rid of
    • To become better or even more cheerful in feeling
    • become clear
    • make lighter or better
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to develop bright, or maybe more bright; to be less dark or depressing; to clear up; to become brilliant or cheerful.
    • to develop brilliant, or maybe more brilliant; to be less dark or gloomy; to clear up; to become brilliant or cheerful.
  • others:
    • To grow bright or even more brilliant; become less dark or gloomy: literally or figuratively.
    • to help make brilliant or brighter in every fashion; reveal; make to shine; boost the luster of.
    • To dispel gloom from; cheer; make gay or cheerful: because, to enhance prospects.
    • to help make illustrious or higher distinguished; heighten the splendor of; include luster to.
    • which will make severe or amusing; sharpen the characteristics of.
    • to include brilliancy to the colors of (prints, etc.), by boiling all of them in a solution of soft drink.
    • to develop brilliant or higher brilliant; become less dark or gloomy: literally or figuratively.
    • To make bright or brighter in every manner; reveal; make to shine; increase the luster of.
    • To dispel gloom from; cheer; make gay or cheerful: as, to brighten prospects.
    • to create illustrious or maybe more distinguished; heighten the splendor of; include luster to.
    • To make acute or witty; sharpen the characteristics of.
    • to incorporate brilliancy to your colors of (images, etc.), by boiling them in a solution of soda.

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