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highlight 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈhīˌlīt/,
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highlights, plural;
  1. Pick out and emphasize
    • - the issues highlighted by the report
    • - speakers at the conference highlighted additional problems faced by women with AIDS
  2. Make visually prominent
    • - a vast backdrop with the colorful logo highlighted with lasers
  3. Mark with a highlighter
    • - a photocopy with sections highlighted in green
  4. Create highlights in (hair)

Noun
  1. An outstanding part of an event or period of time
    • - he views that season as the highlight of his career
  2. The best parts of a sporting or other event edited for broadcasting or recording
    • - he never watches TV highlights of games he has umpired
  3. A bright or reflective area in a painting, picture, or design

  4. A bright tint in the hair, esp. one produced by bleaching or dyeing


  1. foreground: move into the foreground to make more visible or prominent; "The introduction highlighted the speaker's distinguished career in linguistics"
  2. the most interesting or memorable part; "the highlight of the tour was our visit to the Vatican"
  3. an area of lightness in a picture
  4. apply a highlighter to one's cheeks or eyebrows in order to make them more prominent; "highlight the area above your eyebrows"
  5. In digital photography and digital video, clipping is a result of capturing or processing an image where the intensity in a certain area falls outside the minimum and maximum intensity which can be represented. It is an instance of signal clipping in the image domain. ...
  6. (Highlights (album)) Highlights is the second album by Tom Hingley and the Lovers, who feature Inspiral Carpets singer Tom Hingley, Steve Hanley and Paul Hanley from Manchester garage band The Fall, Jason Brown and Kelly Wood. It was released in 2008.
  7. An area or a spot in a drawing, painting, or photograph that is strongly illuminated; An especially significant or interesting detail or event; : To make prominent; emphasize; : To be a highlight of; : To mark (important passages of text) with a usually fluorescent marker as a means of memory ...
  8. (Highlighted) The criteria setting to display the rates in different colors in comparison to the selected property rates in the HTML reports.
  9. (Highlighted) refers to a line of text which when selected will be used for your next action request. Highlighted text appears in a different colour or image intensity level.
  10. (highlighted) An on-screen indication that data has been "selected." Whereas most modern computers display text as black characters on a white background, selected text is display as white characters on a black background.
  11. (Highlighting) This is a key element of most productivity suites; encouraging students to pick out and highlight key words and phrases is a technique for recall.
  12. (Highlighting) A technique removing some of the dark stain between the grain to highlight the base color.
  13. (42) Highlighting) Directs a reader’s attention to sections of content. Highlighting is OK when established by an author or publisher. ...
  14. (HIGHLIGHTING) Part of the Hegelian Principle point 2: Find every story, anywhere, to promote your position, and plant it in the media daily. If you can't "find" any, make one up or twist something real to your needs.
  15. (Highlighting) A device independent way of emphasizing a segment by modifying it visual attributes. (A generalisation of blinking).
  16. (Highlighting) A finish option in which material is applied to detailed areas of wood-paneled doors, fronts and profiled mouldings. Highlighting is applied to specific areas rather than the entire surface, resulting in a more refined look than Glazing.
  17. (Highlighting) An element in which a skater(s) performs a movement in isolation that is distracting from the performance of the rest of the team.
  18. (Highlighting) Brightening the appearance of hair by adding color tones.
  19. (Highlighting) Shading a figure with lighter tones to pick out the raised areas. This can be done with techniques such as blending or drybrushing.
  20. (Highlighting) The use of transparent and brightly coloured markers to draw attention to particular text. Frequently done by students. See also Underlining and Marginalia.Hinge- The joint (either outer or inner) of the binding of a book – the part that bends when the book is opened.
  21. (highlighting) The use of thin beams of light to illuminate selected or limited parts of the subject.
  22. Highlighting text means displaying it with a different foreground and/or background color to make it stand out from the rest of the text in the buffer.
  23. (Highlights) Lightest portions of a photograph or halftone, as compared to midtones and shadows.
  24. (Highlights) The lightest tones of a photo, printed halftone or illustration. In the finished halftone, these highlights are represented by the finest dots.
  25. (highlights) A light spot, area, or streak on a painted surface.