动词过去式:glowed 过去分词:glowed 现在分词:glowing 第三人称单数:glows
1 [I] send out light and heat withoutflame 发出光和热; 燃烧（无焰）
*glowing embers, charcoal, etc 灼热的余烬、木炭等
* glowing metal in a furnace 熔炉中炽热的金属
* A cigarette glowed in the dark. 黑暗中有枝香烟发着光.
2 [I, Ipr] ~ (with sth) be, look or feel warm or red (eg after exercise or because excited) 发红, 发热, 显得红, 觉得热（如运动之後或情绪激动）
*her glowing cheeks 她发红的双颊
* glowing with health, pride, etc 红光满面、神气活现.
3 [I, Ipr] ~ (with sth) be strongly or warmly colourful 色彩强烈; 绚丽夺目
*The countryside glowed with autumn colours. 郊野焕发出斑斓的秋色.
1 dull light 暗淡的光
*The fire cast a warm glow on the walls. 炉火映在墙上呈现一片融融红光.
2 warm look or feeling 发热的样子或感觉
*cheeks with a rosy/healthy glow 绯红的双颊[容光焕发].
3 feeling of satisfaction 满足的心情
*the special glow you get from a truly unselfish act 从真正的无私行为中体验到的特殊喜悦.
1. The darkness waned and a faint auroral glow began to appear in the east. 黑暗接近尾声，而一道微弱的曙光开始从东方出现。
2. There is something comforting about the warm glow shed by advertisements on cold wet winter nights. 在寒冷潮湿之夜，广告发出的柔和灯光，散发着某种舒适感。
3. There is something comforting about the warm glow shed by advertisements on cold wet winter nights. 寒冷潮湿的冬夜里，广告灯箱发出的暖光，会给人某种安慰。
4. Twice their talk and the sudden glow of their bedroom lights frightened him off. 他们的说话声和卧室突然亮起的灯光曾两次把那名男子吓走。
5. As the sun went down , the whole sky became suffused with a red glow. 当太阳落山的时候，天空呈现一片红色的霞光。