Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gleam"

The meaning of "Gleam" in various phrases and sentences

Q: gleam ne anlama geliyor?
A: To shine or glitter under light
To sparkle
Q: gleam ne anlama geliyor?
A: Shiny, reflects light

Example sentences using "Gleam"

Q: gleam ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: - When Jackson heard his younger sister was being bullied before he came back to school, his eyes got a strange gleam.

- Jennie looked at Mark with a furious gleam in her eyes.

- Jay saw the gleam of a lamp ahead of him as he was walking home at night.

- A gleam of laughter made Jomar feel at ease.
Q: gleam ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: - The gleam of the match provided some light
- The polished wood gleamed under the sunlight
- There was a gleam of hope, but that too, soon vanished
Q: gleam ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: 1. He had a gleam in his eye. 2. He polished the floor until it gleamed. 3. The toothpaste advertisement promised to put a gleam in his smile. 4. There was a gleam of light indicating that the end of the tunnel was near.

Synonyms of "Gleam" and their differences

Q: gleam ve glitter ve glimmer ve glow arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Glitter gives the impression that something is shining because it's catching and reflecting the light. The light will change, appear and disappear depending on how it's hitting the glittering object. Think a glittery make-up or a dress with sequins
Gleam and glimmer are relatively similar, but to me they sound... less shiny than glitter? It makes me think of water reflecting light rather than sequins. A more subtle light.
Glow is completely different; if an object glows, it means it's emitting a soft light by itself, not reflecting it. Think glow-in-the-dark stars, or a nightlight for child who's scared of the dark. It's still a soft light.
Q: gleam ve glow arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Glow is a synonym of gleam.

As verbs the difference between glow and gleam is that glow is to give off light from heat or to emit light as if heated while gleam is to shine; to glitter; to glisten.

But as nouns the difference between glow and gleam is that glow is the state of a glowing object while gleam is a small or indistinct shaft or stream of light.
Q: gleam ve glisten and glitter arasındaki fark nedir?
A: gleam is to shine with a broad light and gives the feeling of warmth
glisten is to shine with solft genlte light
glitter is sharp multiple small reflecting light

they are all interchangable though. they are just used sometimes ones more than others in different situations
Q: gleam ve glare ve glisten ve glitter ve glow arasındaki fark nedir?
A: all extremely similar except glare. glare has a more negative connotation when light reflects off the TV screen and therefore you can't see the picture - you'd say "I can't watch the show because of the glare." this word also means to stare at someone angrily.
"I teased him about his hat and he glared at me. "
Q: gleam, ve sparkle arasındaki fark nedir?
A: i would say gleam is something bright that catches your eye whereas sparkle is something shiny like glitter :)

Translations of "Gleam"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? what’s different between gleam and glint and glitter

to light without strength/weak ex: - a glimmering candle
yes it is the synonym of gleam.

Other questions about "Gleam"

Q: It seems a gleam of hope to me. I'd like to say , それは、私にとって希望の光のようです。 bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: It seems *like* a *glimmer* of hope to me.

When you compare two things with seems (or looks or tastes or sounds, etc..), you must use "like".

For example:
That seems fun
That seems like a bad idea

"Fun" is an adjective, but "an idea" is a noun and it needs "like".

"Glimmer of hope" sounds more natural to me.
As for the meanings, "gleam" is light reflecting of something smooth, "glimmer" is like light reflecting off water (瞬く感じ).

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