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From Middle French lustre, from Old Italian lustro, from Latin lustrare (to brighten), akin to lux (light)

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Luster

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Lusters

Luster (plural Lusters)
  1. (US) Shine, polish or sparkle.
    He polished the brass doorknob to a high luster.
  2. By extension, brilliance, attractiveness or splendor.
    After so many years in the same field, the job had lost its luster.
  3. Refinement, polish or quality.
    He spoke with all the lustre a seasoned enthusiast should have.
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to Luster

Third person singular
Lusters

Simple past
Lustered

Past participle
Lustered

Present participle
Lustering

to Luster (third-person singular simple present Lusters, present participle Lustering, simple past and past participle Lustered)
  1. (intransitive) To gleam, have luster
  2. (transitive) To give luster, distinguish
  3. (transitive) To give a coating or other treatment to impart physical luster
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From Latin lustrum, from lustrare, cognate with the above

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Luster

Plural
Lusters

Luster (plural Lusters)
  1. A lustrum, quinquennium, a period of five years, originally the interval between Roman censuses
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From French lustre, from Italian lustro, from Latin

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de Luster (plural lusters, diminutive lustertje, diminutive plural lustertjes)

  1. A chandelier, an ostentatious ceiling light

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de Luster (plural lusters, diminutive lustertje, diminutive plural lustertjes)

  1. alternative form of luister

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Luster

  1. imperative and singular present imperfect forms of lusteren

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From German Luster.

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lùster m. (Cyrillic spelling лу̀стер)

  1. A chandelier

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