- v.启发，开导( enlighten的现在分词 )
- 动词: enlighten;
I find what you say most enlightening.
It is interesting and enlightening to consider the derivative of a vector.
Some of this history is not only interesting but enlightening from a scientific point of view.
It enlightening for teachers'professional development and educational scientific researches in China.
Opportunities to get together with friends will be enlightening and entertaining.
Tea was a little more enlightening with the lemon cheese cake.
The discovery of Yancheng natural gas accumulation is tortuous and enlightening.
Mr you emdashor grain and this example, I quite enlightening.
Female consciousness shifts from enlightening speech to female lived experience.
I found it is most enlightening talking to the old scholar.
It can be an enormously enlightening and exciting experience.
His teachings - most of which are meaningful and enlightening - urge people to be benevolent.
The arguments set forth in the articles are very interesting and enlightening.
Norwich School is enlightening its pupils about Chinese cuisine.
It plays a unique role in enlightening people and cultivating desirable personality.
1. tending to increase knowledge or dissipate ignorance;
"an enlightening glimpse of government in action"
2. enlightening or uplifting so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement;
"the paintings in the church served an edifying purpose even for those who could not read"
3. highly enlightening; making understandable or clarifying;
"an illuminating lecture"
"illuminating pieces of information"