- n.聚光灯; 公众注意或突出显著; 射光圈; 探照灯
- vt.聚光照明; 使公众注意，使突出醒目
- 复数: spotlights;
- 第三人称单数: spotlights;
- 过去式: spotlighted;
- 过去分词: spotlighted;
- 现在分词: spotlighting;
Public scrutiny had brought civil servants out from the backroom and into the spotlight.
The economy will come under the spotlight today at the conference of the Trades Union Congress.
Webb is back in the spotlight.
This week the spotlight is on the world of fashion.
The spotlight followed her round the stage.
He likes to be in the spotlight.
He wanted to be in [ to hold ] the spotlight.
Then the spotlight centered on us , and a silence fell as we started to play.
A sharp white spotlight beamed down on a small stage.
All this has thrown an uncomfortable spotlight on the insular and opaque JSA.
Faheem says he and his partner are ready for the spotlight, prepared to interview celebrities.
Let China make some mistakes. It'll take the spotlight off of us.
Out there in the spotlight your a million miles away.
Now an American film has turned a spotlight on Japan's coastal hunt for cetaceans.
The eclipse places economics and relationships all types in the spotlight.
Just as the speaker began, a little dog ran the aisle and the spotlight from him.
In arranging Wushu actions, the choice of music is priority and also a spotlight.
He used the spotlight to list action taken on environment on his watch.
But the spotlight was outside the Assembly hall.
The exhibition was intended to spotlight the damage drugs inflict upon society and family.
Hybrid cars have finally clawed their way into the spotlight.
This is due to the Spotlight tool from Mac?
Banks and financial institutions remain in the spotlight.
The lack of a bright spotlight, they are still mortal, mortals behind too embarrassed than regret.
缺少了闪亮的镁光灯, 她们依然是个凡人, 背后有着一些比凡人难以启齿的遗憾.
But Schweitzer contends the "mounting causal evidence" linking goal-setting and harmful behavior should be studied to help spotlight issues that merit caution and further investigation.
1. a focus of public attention;
"he enjoyed being in the limelight"
"when Congress investigates it brings the full glare of publicity to the agency"
2. a lamp that produces a strong beam of light to illuminate a restricted area; used to focus attention of a stage performer
1. move into the foreground to make more visible or prominent;
"The introduction highlighted the speaker's distinguished career in linguistics"
2. illuminate with a spotlight, as in the theater