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glare 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/gle(ə)r/,
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glared, past participle; glares, 3rd person singular present; glaring, present participle; glared, past tense;
  1. Stare in an angry or fierce way
    • - she glared at him, her cheeks flushing
  2. Express (a feeling, esp. defiance) by staring in such a way
    • - he glared defiance at the pistols pointing down at him
  3. (of the sun or an electric light) Shine with a strong or dazzling light
    • - the sun glared out of a clear blue sky
Noun
  1. A fierce or angry stare

  2. Strong and dazzling light
    • - Murray narrowed his eyes against the glare of the sun
  3. Oppressive public attention or scrutiny
    • - he carried on his life in the full glare of publicity
  4. Dazzling or showy appearance; tawdry brilliance
    • - the pomp and glare of rhetoric

  1. a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted; "a glare of sunlight"
  2. glower: look at with a fixed gaze; "The girl glared at the man who tried to make a pass at her"
  3. an angry stare
  4. be sharply reflected; "The moon glared back at itself from the lake's surface"
  5. limelight: a focus of public attention; "he enjoyed being in the limelight"; "when Congress investigates it brings the full glare of publicity to the agency"
  6. shine intensely; "The sun glared down on us"
  7. Glare is the first album by Irish musician Leo O'Kelly. It was originally planned for October 2000 but was released on February 2, 2001 in Ireland by Clarinda & 1st and distributed by Gael-Linn Records .
  8. GLARE is a "GLAss-REinforced" Fibre Metal Laminate (FML), composed of several very thin layers of metal (usually aluminium) interspersed with layers of glass-fibre "pre-preg", bonded together with a matrix such as epoxy. ...
  9. Glare is difficulty seeing in the presence of bright light such as direct or reflected sunlight or artificial light such as car headlamps at night. Because of this, some cars include mirrors with automatic anti-glare functions.
  10. The Glare is a 2009 album pairing Michael Nyman with David McAlmont. McAlmont placed new melodies and lyrics on pre-existing Nyman pieces, including some unreleased music from Practical Magic, newly recorded for the new album. ...
  11. (Glares) Gloor is a family name from Aargau, a canton in northern Switzerland. Many members of this family emigrated to the US, mainly to Texas, Indiana, New York and California, starting in the 17th century. ...
  12. Showy brilliance; gaudiness; An angry or fierce stare; A call collision; when an incoming call occurs at the same time of an outgoing call; To stare angrily; To shine brightly
  13. (Glares) is a term popular in India if the glass is dark. If it is light then Coolers
  14. scatter from bright light that decreases vision.
  15. Reflected glare by light reflected off smooth, shiny surfaces blocking vision. The number one cause of automotive accidents is glare. A polarized lense is your best defense against blinding glare.
  16. The excessive brightness from a direct light source that makes it difficult to see what one wishes to see. A bright object in front of a dark background usually will cause glare. Bright lights reflecting off a television or computer screen or even a printed page produces glare. ...
  17. The effect of brightness or differences in brightness within the visual field sufficiently high to cause annoyance, discomfort or loss of visual performance.
  18. Excessive brightness that may be caused by either direct or indirect viewing of a light source; any brightness or brightness relationship that annoys, distracts or reduces visibility.
  19. Any excessively bright source of light within the visual field that creates discomfort or loss of visibility.
  20. Visual discomfort caused by excessive brightness is called discomfort glare. If task performance is affected it is called disability glare. Glare can be direct glare or indirect (reflected) glare.
  21. The discomfort or disability that occurs when there is an excessive change of luminance in the field of vision.
  22. The discomfort or interference with visual perception when viewing a bright object against a dark background.
  23. Intense and blinding light. Never helps visibility.
  24. The result of bright sources in the field of view. Discomfort glare refers to the pain a viewer experiences in trying to see past bright sources; disability glare refers to the associated loss of visibility.
  25. usually appears in bright light and is known to be a side effect of laser eye surgery.