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Definition of light show in English:

noun

A spectacle of coloured lights that move and change, especially at a pop concert: there was a colossal stage and a stunning light show
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  • The concert featured a spectacular light show, and the band's stage presence and sound was superb.
  • There are, accordingly, art exhibits, live concerts, light shows, workshops and dance events celebrating all of the Americas.
  • Berthed bow to bow in a mirror image of each other the massive white ships were illuminated by a spectacular light show as the quayside party began.

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