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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
güneşin ısıtıcı ışığı
güneş ışık
{i} güneş ışığı

Bu oda bol güneş ışığı alır. - This room gets a lot of sunshine.

Güneş ışığı insanları dışarı çıkmaya özendirdi. - The sunshine tempted people out.

{i} güneş

Güneş ışığı bitkiler için faydalıdır. - Sunshine is beneficial to plants.

Güneş rengini artırdı. - The sunshine improved his color.

(Meteoroloji) günışığı

Güneş ışığı insanları dışarı çıkmaya özendirdi. - The sunshine tempted people out.

Güneş rengini artırdı. - The sunshine improved his color.

{i} neşe
sunshine coast
güneş ışığı kıyısı
sunshine duration
(Aydınlatma) güneşlenme süresi
sunshine bass
tatlısu levreği
sunshine integrato
(Meteoroloji) günışığı göstergesi
sunshine recorder
(Meteoroloji) günışığı kaydedicisi
possible sunshine duration
(Aydınlatma) olanaklı güneşlenme süresi
have in the sunshine
güneş ışığı var
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
friendly form of address often reserved for juniors

Alright sunshine, safe to cross now.

geniality or cheerfulness

I enjoyed the sunshine of her smile.

A source of cheerfulness or joy
The effect which the sun has when it lights and warms some place
ironic form of address used maliciously or rudely

OK, sunshine, listen up and listen good. There's five vandalised telephone boxes out there and I know you're responsible.

A location on which the sun's rays fall

We moved out of the shade and into the sunshine.

Open to and permitting public access, especially with regard to activities that were previously closed-door or back-room meetings

Because of the sunshine law, we could go to the planning meeting.

The direct rays, light or warmth of the sun.Webster's College Dictionary, Random House, 2001

We were warmed by the bright sunshine.

{n} the action of the sun, prosperity
The requirement that initial proposals must be presented at a public meeting prior to the start of negotiations
A location on which the suns rays fall
Direct radiation from the sun, as opposed to the shading of a location by clouds or by other obstructions
Sunshine is the light and heat that comes from the sun. She was sitting outside a cafe in bright sunshine I awoke next morning to brilliant sunshine streaming into my room
The light of the sun, or the place where it shines; the direct rays of the sun, the place where they fall, or the warmth and light which they give
{i} light of the sun, sun's rays, sunlight; happiness, cheerfulness
Sunshiny; bright
moderate weather; suitable for outdoor activities
The direct rays, light or warmth of the sun
used interchangeably with the more precise term bright sunshine, when the sun casts an obvious shadow or when a Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder is recording, usually above 210 W/m2
the rays of the sun; "the shingles were weathered by the sun and wind"
Anything which has a warming and cheering influence like that of the rays of the sun; warmth; illumination; brightness
One of John's names for Aeryn
Sunshine Coast
The section of coast of Queensland, Australia between Caloundra and Noosa Heads
sunshine agenda
an agenda for which an item has been placed for which the decision-making body will not entertain discussion or commentary
sunshine agenda
A public agenda
sunshine agenda
a public agenda on which an item for decision has been placed for which the decision-making body will not entertain commentary, discussion or influence during a certain defined time-frame prior to the decision, in order to give the body "a period of repose" in which to make decisions
sunshine girl
a constantly cheerful girl or woman
sunshine law
A law (rule enacted by a legislature or the like) that allows the general public greater knowledge of the actions of a government
sunshine laws
plural form of sunshine law
open sunshine
Used as a metaphor for openness, transparency, public awareness

This change, dubbed the Open Sunshine policy, de-classifies the formerly confidential criteria used to determine the amount of money an organization would receive.

open sunshine
Total outdoor sunshine, without clouds, haze, or other obstruction
Bright, as though with sunshine; shining

The blazing brightnesse of her beauties beame, / And glorious light of her sunshyny face / To tell, were as to striue against the streame.

Sunny, full of sunshine

It was a bright, sunshiny day.

Cheerful, happy

Flowers can make any room sunshiny.

{a} bright with or as the sun, clear, fine
The Sunshine State
nickname for Florida (USA)
his sunshine
source of his happiness
like a ray of sunshine on a rainy day
the only bright spot on a bad day
rays of sunshine
beam of light and heat coming from the sun
{s} sunny, filled with sunshine; cheerful, merry
Bright with the rays of the sun; clear, warm, or pleasant; as, a sunshiny day
Beaming with good spirits; cheerful
Bright like the sun; resplendent

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    /ˈsənˌsʜīn/ /ˈsʌnˌʃaɪn/


    [ -"shIn ] (noun.) 13th century. In the Coverdale Bible in 1535, in Genesis and Exodus about 1250 as Middle English sunnesine.Chambers Dictionary of Etymology, Robert K. Barnhart (ed.), Chambers, 1988 Compound of sun + shine.

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