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Lighten (ខ្មែរ ~ English និងសំឡេង)

Lighten



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(FIGURATIVE) បំភ្លឺ (ធ្វើឲ្យយល់), ធ្វើឲ្យចេះ, ធ្វើឲ្យឆ្វេងយល់, បញ្ចេញពន្លឺ, ធ្វើអោយភ្លឺឡើង
noun
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(To make or become lighter in weight, to make or become more cheerful) បន្ធូបន្ថយ, បង្រួញ, បង្រួម (ធ្វើឲ្យតូច)
Example: Many people helping will lighten the work for each one, Mix white with the paint to lighten the shade, the sad boys face lightened when he heard the good news.cigarette lighten សម្រាល, lamp lighten ឡើងស្រាល
verbpast tense: lightened ; past participle: lightened ; present participle: lightening ;
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(INTRANSITIVE) (to shed light on, to make or become brighter, to ruminate, to shine brightly, to flash lightning) ភ្លឺឡើង
Example: My mood gradually lightened.
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(TRANSITIVE) (To find accidentally, to settle on. to come to by chance, to slight. -light into to attack, to criticize. -light air wind of 13 miles per hour. -light out to be away rapidly) បំភ្លឺ
Example: Sunlight, electric light, The light of day, Look at it in a good light, An electric light, Stand in his light, Has come to light, Give me a light, Throw light on it, The light of mature, of reason.
ENGLISH MEANING
verbpast tense: lightened ; past participle: lightened ; present participle: lightening ;
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(INTRANSITIVE) To burst forth or dart, as lightning; to shine with, or like, lightning; to display a flash or flashes of lightning; to flash.
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(INTRANSITIVE) To grow lighter; to become less dark or lowering; to brighten; to clear, as the sky.
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(TRANSITIVE) To make light or clear; to light; to illuminate; as, to lighten an apartment with lamps or gas; to lighten the streets.
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(TRANSITIVE) To illuminate with knowledge; to enlighten.
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(TRANSITIVE) To emit or disclose in, or as in, lightning; to flash out, like lightning.
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(TRANSITIVE) To free from trouble and fill with joy.
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(TRANSITIVE) To make lighter, or less heavy; to reduce in weight; to relieve of part of a load or burden; as, to lighten a ship by unloading; to lighten a load or burden.
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(TRANSITIVE) To make less burdensome or afflictive; to alleviate; as, to lighten the cares of life or the burden of grief.
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allay, alleviate, cheer, console, ease, lesson, mitigate, reduce, unburden
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To descend, to light
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To cheer, to exhilarate