shineverb

  • ja異彩を放つ
  • ento show or demonstrate that you are very good at something

Examples

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Dear Heavenly Father, thank you for allowing Starr to shine today.
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- Thank you for my family. - That's what I was gonna say.
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And I was like, "I love a talent show. I wanna shine."
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And I like to sing.
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So I was like, "Yeah, sign me up."
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- So I'll sit out, okay? - Oh, go ahead, shake.
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- 'Cause this is his time to shine. - No, we need Tom!
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I wanna give the judges something to wow about.
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- Wow. - Wow.
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It's time for us to shine like the diamonds that we are.

Other meanings for shine...

shineverb

  • ja磨く、光らせる
  • ento polish something to make it look bright, smooth, and glossy
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- I don't know now, let me shine it up for you. - Oh, yeah.
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'Cause people wanna kiss your head, alright.
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There you go.
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Mmm, that's a good shoe shine.
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Hey, see to it you shine those shoes up nice, boy.
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- Ay ay ay, muchacho. - Huh?
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I asked for a shoe shine, not your life story.