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"brilliant" Meaning in English

1. having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence
Part of speech : adjective
2. having striking color
Part of speech : adjective
3. characterized by grandeur
Part of speech : adjective
Example : the brilliant court life at Versailles
4. clear and sharp and ringing
Part of speech : adjective
5. of surpassing excellence
Part of speech : adjective
Example : a brilliant performance
6. full of light
Part of speech : adjective

Translation for "brilliant"

brilliant meaning in Spanish : brillante
  • brilliant meaning in German : brillant
  • brilliant meaning in Japanese : ブリリアント
  • brilliant meaning in Turkish : parlak
  • brilliant meaning in Chinese : 辉煌
  • brilliant meaning in Arabic : متألق
  • brilliant meaning in Polish : znakomity
  • brilliant meaning in Hindi : प्रतिभाशाली
  • brilliant meaning in French : brillant
  • brilliant meaning in Russian : блестящий
  • brilliant meaning in Tamil : புத்திசாலித்தனமான
  • brilliant meaning in Telugu : తెలివైన
  • Examples containing "brilliant"

    • Brilliant sunshine illuminated the courtyard

    • She was quite brilliant and was promoted very quickly.

    • We had a brilliant time travelling together around the world.

    • She has demonstrated brilliant academic performance in the college.

    • Did you like the show we watched last night? I thought it was brilliant.

    • Louis Daniel Armstrong was one of the most brilliant musicians in jazz. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s. He was best known for his virtuosity with the cornet and trumpet.

    • Having a deep conversation with someone who has a brilliant mind and beautiful soul is a new way of making love.

    • I would characterize you as a brilliant jurist, as having a remarkable intelligence, a prolific writer and a man of the highest integrity.

    • Kickstarter is perfect for us. It wasn't something we heard about and just got to it. We did our research, met with the people at Kickstarter - they are brilliant, and they're excited to work with us. - Rozonda Thomas

    • Dream, struggle, create, prevail. Be daring. Be brave. Be loving. Be compassionate. Be strong. Be brilliant. Be beautiful. - Caterina Fake

    • One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child. - Carl Jung

    • This confidence is not something that happens overnight. I have been working on it for a long time. I look in the mirror and do affirmations: 'You are bold. You are brilliant. You are beautiful.' If my lower pooch is really popping out that day, I look at it and say, 'Pooch, you are cute!' - Ashley Graham

    • If we don't plant the right things, we will reap the wrong things. It goes without saying. And you don't have to be, you know, a brilliant biochemist and you don't have to have an IQ of 150. Just common sense tells you to be kind, ninny, fool. Be kind. - Maya Angelou

    • Having children is the greatest thing that can happen to you as a husband and wife. They are infuriating at times when they're little, but on the whole, they're such a joy. I don't think I was the most brilliant mother when they were young. I had quite a bit of help because I was working and I enjoyed my work. - Mary Berry

    • I love the fact that little kids think I'm a witch. A mum might come over and say 'I'm sorry to disturb you, but my daughter thinks you're in 'Harry Potter.' I'll say 'That's cool' and take the kid aside and say, 'I'm a witch. If you don't listen to your mum, I'm going to haunt you!' It's brilliant. I can scare kids into doing their homework. - Natalia Tena

    • The fact that something is actually understandable and relatable doesn't mean that it's unsophisticated or banal. It just means that it's crystal-clear. And if you can't explain it, that doesn't necessarily mean it's so brilliant that ordinary mortals can't fathom it. It might just mean that it makes no sense. - Bjarke Ingels

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