Detailed Translations for glow from English to French


to glow verb (glows, glowed, glowing)

  1. to glow (blush; flush; turn red)
    rougir; avoir un teint coloré
    • rougir verb (rougis, rougit, rougissons, rougissez, )

Conjugations for glow:

  1. glow
  2. glow
  3. glows
  4. glow
  5. glow
  6. glow
simple past
  1. glowed
  2. glowed
  3. glowed
  4. glowed
  5. glowed
  6. glowed
present perfect
  1. have glowed
  2. have glowed
  3. has glowed
  4. have glowed
  5. have glowed
  6. have glowed
past continuous
  1. was glowing
  2. were glowing
  3. was glowing
  4. were glowing
  5. were glowing
  6. were glowing
  1. shall glow
  2. will glow
  3. will glow
  4. shall glow
  5. will glow
  6. will glow
continuous present
  1. am glowing
  2. are glowing
  3. is glowing
  4. are glowing
  5. are glowing
  6. are glowing
  1. be glowed
  2. be glowed
  3. be glowed
  4. be glowed
  5. be glowed
  6. be glowed
  1. glow!
  2. let's glow!
  3. glowed
  4. glowing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

glow [the ~] noun

  1. the glow (shine; glimmer; radiance; gleam)
    la lueur; le lustre
  2. the glow (luminosity; lucidity)
    le rougeoiement; le reflets
  3. the glow (gleam; shine)
    l'éclat; la brillance
  4. the glow (incandescence)
  5. the glow (outer glow; glow effect)
    – An effect that applies a halo of color around the perimeter of an object. 1

Translation Matrix for glow:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
brillance gleam; glow; shine glimmering; glittering
incandescence glow; incandescence
lueur gleam; glimmer; glow; radiance; shine brilliance; burst; dim; dusk; flare; flash; flicker; flickering; gleam; glint; glitter; glittering; gloam; light signal; radiance; semidarkness; shine; spark; sparkle; sparkling; twilight; waft; whiff
lustre gleam; glimmer; glow; radiance; shine brilliance; five-yearly anniversary; glitter; glory; hanging lamp; jubilee year; lustrum; pendant lamp; radiance; sparkling; splendor; splendour
reflets glow; lucidity; luminosity image; reflection
rougeoiement glow; lucidity; luminosity
éclat gleam; glow; glow effect; outer glow; shine ado; bang; blast; boom; brilliance; bump; commotion; crash; curl of hair; discharge; emotionale outburst; eruption; explosion; falling-out; flash; flicker; flickering; fragment; fuss; gleam; glimmering; glint; glitter; glittering; light signal; outburst; radiance; shard; shine; smack; song and dance; sparkle; sparkling; splinter; sudden explosion; thud; thump; to-do; twinkling; volcano eruption
- freshness; gleam; gleaming; glowing; incandescence; lambency; luminescence; radiance
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
avoir un teint coloré blush; flush; glow; turn red
rougir blush; flush; glow; turn red be ashamed; feel ashamed of; get angry; grow purple; shame
- beam; burn; radiate; shine
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
éclat extérieur glow; glow effect; outer glow
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- smoulder

Related Words for "glow":

Synonyms for "glow":

Related Definitions for "glow":

  1. an appearance of reflected light2
  2. light from nonthermal sources2
  3. a feeling of considerable warmth2
    • the glow of new love2
    • a glow of regret2
  4. the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface2
  5. a steady even light without flames2
  6. the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised2
  7. an alert and refreshed state2
  8. experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion2
  9. be exuberant or high-spirited2
    • Make the people's hearts glow2
  10. emit a steady even light without flames2
    • The fireflies were glowing and flying about in the garden2
  11. have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink2
    • Her face glowed when she came out of the sauna2
  12. shine intensely, as if with heat2
  13. An effect that applies a halo of color around the perimeter of an object.1

Wiktionary Translations for glow:

  1. -
  1. chaleur vif, extrême.
  2. lumière faible ou affaiblir.
  1. (term, sens étymologique, désormais inusité) S’agiter, aller de-ci de-là, frétiller d’impatience.
  2. devenir rougeâtre.
  3. briller avec l’éclat de l’or, du cuivre.

Cross Translation:
glow rougeoyer glimmen — ohne Flamme brennen, glühen
glow rougeoyer glühen — vor Hitze in oranger bis rötlicher Farbe leuchten

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