What part of speech is “bright”

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adjective 'bright' is used to describe a person or thing that is cheerful, lively, or swfull of energy.

The adjective 'bright' is used to describe things that have a high degree of intelligence or knowledge, or people who appear to be cheerful, energetic, and lively.

1. His bright eyes sparkled with excitement.

2. The room was filled with bright colors and cheerful decorations.

3. He was known for his bright personality and quick wit.

When used as an adjective, 'bright' should not be confused with the more general adjective 'brilliant' which typically suggests someone or something with exceptional intelligence or skill. Additionally, when used to describe a person, the term 'bright' suggests an outer light rather than an inner one, and could be taken as a compliment or as patronizing depending on the context.

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