Definition of Dutch light in English:

Dutch light

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noun

A cold frame in which the glass is a single large pane.
More example sentences
  • A few years later on a visit to Holland, I found what I considered to be a perfect glass cold frame cover; these ‘Dutch lights’ had a wooden frame that measured about 2 1/2 by - 5 feet.
  • The film seems to lean in favour of his view that the quality of Dutch light has changed, but the question is far from conclusively answered.

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