shine at

VERB
  1. be good at
    She shines at math
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How To Use shine at In A Sentence

  • Not bad for someone who failed to shine at school and feared he would end up in a coalyard. The Sun
  • With the short hours of daylight putting sunshine at a premium, this has made for a particularly dismal time. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was one of the only Spanish players to shine at Spain's dismal World Cup? campaign.
  • Your unusual blend of determination and intuition helps you solve problems and shine at work. The Sun
  • In the much higher magnification of an amateur telescope, dust obscures the galaxy's center, while the colorful Antares and Rho Ophiuchi regions shine at right.
  • Your talents will shine at work.
  • In the much higher magnification of an amateur telescope, dust obscures the galaxy's center, while the colorful Antares and Rho Ophiuchi regions shine at right.
  • Your unusual blend of determination and intuition helps you solve problems and shine at work. The Sun
  • You really shine at playing football.
  • Goody Cloyse, that excellent old Christian, stood in the early sunshine at her own lattice, catechising a little girl who had brought her a pint of morning's milk.
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