Noun(1) the most interesting or memorable part(2) an area of lightness in a picture
Verb(1) move into the foreground to make more visible or prominent(2) apply a highlighter to one's cheeks or eyebrows in order to make them more prominent
(1) Mrs Mistry described the event as the highlight of the school calendar and said it is always well attended by parents and pupils alike.(2) A highlight of the event was a flypast by an F3 Tornado piloted by Flight Lieutenant Sally-Ann Cronin of 25 Fighter Squadron.(3) They've become the highlight of my day, the phone calls from him.(4) Isaak Levitan's paintings are a highlight of the exhibition of Russian landscapes from the age of Tolstoy currently at the National Gallery, London.(5) The Government's crime strategy, which has not been published, is understood to highlight the need to target bullying in schools to help combat violent crime.(6) We want to focus attention on our campaign and highlight the issues which we see as very important.(7) Supposedly she'd been sick, but she'd also found the time to highlight her hair.(8) Throughout the day's testimony he moved about in his seat, at times shaking his head in disagreement or using neon pink and green markers to highlight the notes he had made.(9) This event is the highlight of the Christmas season at the centre.(10) This performance was supposed to be a highlight of the events celebrating 40 years of diplomatic relationships between China and France.(11) Reaching the quarter-finals of the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters Series event has been the highlight of his season, so far.(12) If you highlight your hair, consider asking your colorist to include or enhance touches of gold (warm blondes) that blend with your hair and skin.(13) The following sections highlight some of our findings.(14) Amber flashing warning lights will highlight and draw attention to the presence of the safety zone.(15) A highlight of this trip is a visit to see the Qin Terracotta Army.(16) It's been a great success and we now hope that this will now become an annual event and a highlight in the calendar of summer festivals.
(1) highlight :: ハイライト
1. high point ::
3. high spot ::
4. spotlight ::
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