bright Definition

  • 1giving out or reflecting much light; shining
  • 2intelligent and quick-witted
  • 3vivid or bold in color

Using bright: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "bright" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The sun is bright today.

  • Example

    She has a bright future ahead of her.

  • Example

    He is a bright student who always gets good grades.

  • Example

    The flowers are bright pink.

bright Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with bright

  • very early in the morning


    We have to wake up bright and early tomorrow for our flight.

  • a clever or innovative idea


    She had a bright idea to solve the problem.

  • a big city, especially when it is considered exciting or glamorous


    She moved to the big city to pursue her dreams of stardom under the bright lights.


Summary: bright in Brief

The term 'bright' [braɪt] refers to something that gives out or reflects much light, is intelligent and quick-witted, or vivid or bold in color. It can describe the sun, a person's future, a student's academic performance, or the color of flowers. Phrases like 'bright and early' and 'bright idea' add to its versatility.

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