Definition of downlight in English:

downlight

Syllabification: down·light
Pronunciation: /ˈdounlīt
 
/
(also downlighter)

noun

A light placed or designed so as to throw illumination downward.
More example sentences
  • This type of lighting can be supplied by table or floor lamps, uplights, downlights, spotlights and hanging lights.
  • At night, the building's silver aluminum soffit is lit with high-energy, high-efficiency uplights, and the lower-level walls are lit by wall-wash downlights recessed around the perimeter.
  • Have one wall completely covered with a sheet of mirror (check the size first to make sure you can get it into the flat), then use ceiling recessed downlighters to cast light down the mirror.

Derivatives

downlighting

noun
More example sentences
  • The Kendal students offered a fixed bridge with a modern twist, including downlighting under the bridge, vandal-proof towpath bins and benches, and a decrease in gradient of Parkside Road.
  • He takes me to the kitchen - expanses of terracotta tiles, downlighting, new designer units, and a resplendent cream four-oven Aga.
  • Are they more the type you find hanging out around your polished granite benchtop with halogen downlighting perhaps?

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