English → English - glow

Pronunciation
n. radiance, gleam; redness; feeling or appearance of warmth, blush (from exercise, etc.)
v. gleam; radiate; shine; blush, redden, turn red or pink; be filled with a strong emotion (i.e. joy, pride, anger, etc.)

English → Spanish - glow

Pronunciation
s. incandescencia, fosforescencia, fulgor, irradiación
v. resplandecer, emitir luz intensa, estar al rojo vivo, estar incandescente, fulgurar, lucir, relucir; enrojecerse

English → French - glow

Pronunciation
n. lueur, éclat, incandescence, rougeur, rougeoiement
v. briller, rougeoyer, rougir, rayonner

English → German - glow

Pronunciation
n. Glühen; Rötung; Leuchten, Schein, Glut
v. glühen; erröten; leuchten

English → Indonesian - glow

Pronunciation
n. sinar, cahaya, suasana
v. memarak, berseri, berseri-seri, bersinar, bercahaya, bernyala, bergelora

English → Italian - glow

Pronunciation
s. incandescenza; luminosità, splendore; colorito vivo; (fig) fervore, ardore; (fig) calore
v. ardere; essere incandescente; avvampare, farsi di fuoco; risplendere, rifulgere; fiammeggiare, rosseggiare; essere infiammato

English → Polish - glow

Pronunciation
n. żar, żarzenie się, żarliwość, ogień, rumieńce, łuna, poświata, poblask, pobrzask
v. jarzyć się, żarzyć się, tlić się, płonąć, pałać, promienieć, gorzeć

English → Portuguese - glow

Pronunciation
s. calor, ardor; paixão; animação; brilho (de radiação)
v. produzir luz ou calor; sentir calor; incandescer; apaixonar-se; animar-se

English → Romanian - glow

Pronunciation
n. strălucire, lumină, incandescenţă, înflăcărare, foc, jar, căldură mare, pasiune, roşeaţă, văpaie
v. străluci, radia, încinge, aprinde: se aprinde, arde, fi incandescent, îmbujora: se îmbujora, dogori

English → Russian - glow

Pronunciation
с. жар, накал ; свечение, свет, зарево; румянец; яркость красок; взволнованность, оживленность; горячность, пыл
г. накаляться докрасна, светиться, сверкать, гореть; чувствовать приятную теплоту; сиять, рдеть, пылать

English → Turkish - glow

Pronunciation
f. kızarmak, kıpkırmızı olmak, korlaşmak, kızıllaşmak, coşmak, yanmak, parlamak
i. kızarma, kızgınlık, parıltı, coşku, heyecan, hırs, şevk, ihtiras

English → Ukrainian - glow

Pronunciation
n. жар: сильний жар, світло, відблиск, рум'янець, схвильованість, заграва
v. розжарюватися, світитися, жевріти, згоріти, згоряти

English → Dutch - glow

Pronunciation
zn. gloeien; stralen; warmte; roodheid
ww. gloeien; stralen; rood worden

English → Greek - glow

Pronunciation
ουσ. λάμψη, πύρωση
ρήμ. φέγγω, πυρακτούμαι, λάμπω

English → Arabic - glow

Pronunciation
‏حماسة، وهج، نور، حرارة، إحتدام، توهج‏
‏توهج، توقد، تورد، لمع‏

English → Chinese - glow

Pronunciation
(名) 赤热, 热情, 光辉
(动) 发红光, 发热, 红光焕发

English → Chinese - glow

Pronunciation
(名) 赤熱, 熱情, 光輝
(動) 發紅光, 發熱, 紅光煥發

English → Hindi - glow

Pronunciation
n. तेज, ताव, उज्ज्वलता, दीप्ति, लाली, चमक, प्रदीपन
v. तपना, प्रज्विल्त होना, तमतमाना, लाल होना, चमकना

English → Japanese - glow

Pronunciation
(動) 熱して輝く; 光を放つ; 輝く; 紅潮する; 赤面する(嬉しさや自慢や怒りなどで)
(名) 発光; 赤熱; 色の鮮やかさ; 紅潮

English → Korean - glow

Pronunciation
명. 빛을 발함; 붉게 타는 빛; 상기, 홍조 ( 운동 따위의 것으로)
동. 빛나다; 빛을 발하다; 반짝이다; 홍조를 띠다, 빨갛게 되다; 흥분하다 ( 기쁨이나 분노 등으로)

English → Vietnamese - glow

Pronunciation
n. ánh sáng rực rở, cháy đỏ, cảm giác ấm áp, sự hăng hái, nước da hồng hào, sắc đỏ hây hây, sự sáng đỏ, sự đỏ chói
v. sáng đỏ, đỏ rực, đỏ chói, chói sáng, thấy ấm ấm

Definition of glow

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To give off light from heat or to emit light as if heated.
The fire was still glowing after ten hours.
2. To radiate some emotional quality like light.
The zealots glowed with religious fervor.
You are glowing from happiness!
3. To gaze especially passionately at something.
4. To radiate thermal heat.
Iron glows red hot when heated to near its melting point.
After their workout, the gymnasts' faces were glowing red.
The new baby's room glows with bright, loving colors.
6. To make hot; to flush.
7. To feel hot; to have a burning sensation, as of the skin, from friction, exercise, etc.; to burn.
Noun
8. The state of a glowing object.
9. The condition of being passionate or having warm feelings.
10. The brilliance or warmth of color in an environment or on a person (especially one's face).
He had a bright red glow on his face.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: glowing
Present: glow (3.person: glows)
Past: glowed
Future: will glow
Present conditional: would glow
Present Perfect: have glowed (3.person: has glowed)
Past Perfect: had glowed
Future Perfect: will have glowed
Past conditional: would have glowed
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