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The meaning of "Brilliant" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “a brilliant eye” mean?
A: Yes, it means to be clever in doing something, or to have very good taste. It’s a slang phrase. If you said “she had two brilliant eyes” it would mean “she has two very beautiful eyes”
Q: What does brilliant mean?
A: it can mean "clever, talented": • he's a brilliant student it can also mean "very bright": •a brilliant sun illuminated the city and it also means "great": •that's a brilliant idea!
Q: What does brilliant mean?
A: Amazing
Q: What does brilliant mean?
A: @JasonZhang2004 "Brilliant" means excellent, very good, fantastic etc.
Q: What does that's brilliant mean?
A: it means that something is great

Example sentences using "Brilliant"

Q: Please show me example sentences with brilliant.
A: “The sentence you made was brilliant!”
Q: Please show me example sentences with brilliant.
A: That’s a brilliant light (Means that’s a bright light) This child is brilliant (means this child is smart) “That’s brilliant!” or just “brilliant!” (British phrase)
Q: Please show me example sentences with brilliant .
A: "The glass flashed with brilliant light." "The professor's brilliance intimidated her students."
Q: Please show me example sentences with brilliant .
A: -My college professor was quite brilliant. -the engineers working at NASA are brilliant. -the lights in Hong Kong are brilliant.
Q: Please show me example sentences with brilliant.
A: The way you swam your last lap was brilliant. You got really good grades. You're brilliant! I brought cake. Brilliant!

Synonyms of "Brilliant" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between less than brilliant and less brilliant ?
A: "Less than brilliant" is calling someone/something stupid, without outright saying that they're stupid. (You can use this format in other ways too. "Well, that was less than ideal," is a very mild polite way of saying, "Well, fuck, that did not work at all.") "Less brilliant" can be used as a comparison. ("I'm less brilliant than she is.") It sounds awkward, though. ("I'm not as smart as she is" would sound more natural.)
Q: What is the difference between brilliant and incredible ?
A: brilliant = (US English) extremely intelligent or talented incredible = something that is difficult to believe is real; something far above the normal level 〇 He's a brilliant chess player. 〇 He's an incredible chess player. ✖ He has a brilliant appetite. (being hungry is not a talent or a kind of intelligence) 〇 He has an incredible appetite. (= his appetite is extremely large; I can't believe how hungry he is) ▽ He owns a brilliant car. (= his car is very brightly colored) 〇 He owns an incredible car. (= it is a very impressive car; I can't believe how cool his car is)
Q: What is the difference between "brilliant" and "great" and "fabulous" and "remarkable" and "marvellous" ?
A: I would use Brilliant to describe something even a bit better than Great. Brilliant to me also suggests what you are describing is really ingenious or smart. Fabulous is usually used more passionately like, 'Fabulous outfit!'. Remarkable would be used when something is not only great but also surprising, "Wow, it worked? Remarkable!". Marvellous isn't used that often, people usually use it to congratulate someone like "Marvellous work on that painting!" (I'm from Australia, but I'm sure these are the same as what is used in the U.K.)
Q: What is the difference between brilliant and smart ?
A: Wow, someone's smart! She is absolutely brilliant! smart: getting an A on a test brilliant: someone that solves problems by thinking outside what's normal, is far better at something than most people, or an inventor.
Q: What is the difference between brilliant and sagacious ?
A: @Ri-na: Brilliant: Excellent, clever, marvellous Sagacious: Wise, shrewd, showing good mental judgement It's worth noting that I have never heard anybody use the word sagacious before, it is best reserved for formal writings, whereas "Brilliant!" can easily be an informal exclamation.

Translations of "Brilliant"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? brilliant
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Other questions about "Brilliant"

Q: brilliant does this sound natural?
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Q: He's brilliant. does this sound natural?
A: More emphases on the "e"

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