¿Sabías que...?: Ojalá proviene del árabe Insha'Allah, "si Dios quiere". ¿Qué otras palabras provienen del árabe?
shine / brillo
shine   [ʃaɪn]
shone   verb: past tense   past participle
A. -noun
(=brilliance)   brillo (m),   lustre (m)
·to [give] something a shine
·sacar brillo a algo
·to take the shine [off] something
(literally)   deslustrar algo   (figurative)   deslucir algo,   quitar a algo su encanto
a. come rain or shine   haga el tiempo que haga
b. to take a shine [to] somebody   *   tomar simpatía por somebody, someone
B. -transitive verb
1. shined   past tense   past participle
(=polish)   sacar brillo a,   pulir
2. ·to shine a light on something
·echar luz sobre algo
C. -intransitive verb
1. [sun, light etcetera]   brillar
[metal]   relucir
·the sun is shining
·brilla el sol
·the metal shone in the sun
·el metal relucía al sol
·her face shone with happiness
·su cara irradiaba felicidad
2. (figurative)
[student etcetera]   destacar,   sobresalir
·to shine at English
·destacar or sobresalir en inglénoun
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