What does this quote from romeo and juliet mean?

Question:"O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!"

The Essenes of her is so great and wonderful that to him she shines. Like when someone says that your smile lights the room. Well, this means she lights up a room so much that she needs to teach the torches how to make the room as bright as she does.
she has complete power over (him) and anyting else cuz shes pretty.
I believe it means that "she", like her beauty and personality is so bright and shiny and perfect, that it's brighter then torches and they could learn to be brighter from her
Romeo is so smitten, so head over heels in love with Juliet that he finds her absolutely radiant, so much so that she even outshines fire.
It's a lovely parallel to the other quote "What light through yonder window breaks? 'Tis the east, and Juliet is the sun." Juliet is his true love with an internal beauty that shatters all understanding and blinds the one man who sees her in this way.
She is Hot. She is the oxygen, the fuel and the ignition,of the passions of love.
It is not just how she looks to him, but how his heart responds to her.
It means that she's so beautiful, she outshines fire.

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