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took a shine to

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  • shine — I. verb (shone or shined; shining) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English scīnan; akin to Old High German skīnan to shine and perhaps to Greek skia shadow Date: before 12th century intransitive verb 1. to emit rays of light 2. to be bright… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Shine a Light (film) — Infobox Film name = Shine a Light image size = caption = Film poster director = Martin Scorsese producer = Steve Bing Michael Cohl starring = Mick Jagger Keith Richards Charlie Watts Ronnie Wood Christina Aguilera Buddy Guy Jack White music = The …   Wikipedia

  • Shine On You Crazy Diamond — Infobox Song Name = Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I IX) Artist = Pink Floyd Album = Wish You Were Here Released = 15 September 1975 track no = 1/5 Recorded = January – July 1975 Genre = Progressive rock Length = 13:33/12:29 (pts 1 5/pts 6 9)… …   Wikipedia

  • Shine (Frida album) — Infobox Album | Name = Shine Type = Album Artist = Frida |250px Released = September 11 1984 Recorded = February 1 March 31 1984 Genre = Pop Length = 44:05 Label = Polar Music Universal (2005 Re release) Producer = Steve Lillywhite| Reviews =… …   Wikipedia

  • shine — [c]/ʃaɪn / (say shuyn) verb (shone or, in certain contexts, shined, shining) –verb (i) 1. to give forth, or glow with, light; shed or cast light. 2. to be bright with reflected light; glisten; sparkle. 3. to be unusually bright, as the eyes or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • take a shine to — (informal) To fancy, take a liking to • • • Main Entry: ↑shine * * * informal develop a liking for * * * take a shine to informal : to begin to like (someone or something) She really took a shine to [=took a liking to] her new neighbor. • • • …   Useful english dictionary

  • take a shine to — have or show a quick liking for someone Her daughter took a shine to her new teacher and is very happy at school now. Digest 16/2002 (smb/smth) to like someone spontaneously; to develop a fondness for someone or something without the help of… …   Idioms and examples

  • take the shine off something — spoken phrase to spoil something, or to make it less enjoyable Daniel’s injury took the shine off their victory. Thesaurus: to have a bad effect, or to reduce a good effectsynonym Main entry: shine * * * take the ˈshine off sth …   Useful english dictionary

  • take the shine off something — take the shine off (something) informal if something that happens takes the shine off something pleasant, it spoils it or makes it less enjoyable. Having my purse stolen took the shine off my visit to Dublin …   New idioms dictionary

  • take the shine off — (something) informal if something that happens takes the shine off something pleasant, it spoils it or makes it less enjoyable. Having my purse stolen took the shine off my visit to Dublin …   New idioms dictionary

  • take a shine to — {v. phr.}, {slang} To have or show a quick liking for. * /He took a shine to his new teacher the very first day./ Compare: TAKE A FANCY TO …   Dictionary of American idioms


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