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light1 Inglés Británico & Universal

The natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible

light2 Inglés Británico & Universal

Of little weight; not heavy

light3 Inglés Británico & Universal

Come upon or discover by chance

light on/upon in light3 Inglés Británico & Universal

Come upon or discover by chance

light pen Inglés Británico & Universal

A handheld pen-like photosensitive device held to the display screen of a computer terminal for passing information to the computer

light up in light1 Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of a person’s face or eyes) suddenly become animated with liveliness or joy

light up Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of a person’s face or eyes) suddenly become animated with liveliness or joy

light air Inglés Británico & Universal

A wind of force 1 on the Beaufort scale (1-3 knots or 1-6 km/h)

light box Inglés Británico & Universal

A flat box having a side of translucent glass or plastic and containing an electric light, so as to provide an evenly lighted flat surface or even illumination, such as in a studio

light gun Inglés Británico & Universal

A handheld gunlike photosensitive device used chiefly in computer games, held to the display screen for passing information to the computer

red light Inglés Británico & Universal

A red traffic light or similar signal that instructs moving vehicles to stop

tea light Inglés Británico & Universal

A small, squat candle in a metal case, used for decoration or within a stand to keep food or drink warm

top light Inglés Británico & Universal

A small pane above a main window, which typically opens outwards and upwards

key light Inglés Británico & Universal

The main source of light in a photograph or film

wax light Inglés Británico & Universal

A taper or candle made from wax

black light Inglés Británico & Universal

Ultraviolet or infrared radiation, invisible to the eye

brake light Inglés Británico & Universal

A red light at the back of a vehicle that is automatically illuminated when the brakes are applied

cold light Inglés Británico & Universal

Light accompanied by little or no heat; luminescence

cross light Inglés Británico & Universal

A light positioned to illuminate the parts of a photographic subject which the main lighting leaves in shade

Dutch light Inglés Británico & Universal

A cold frame in which the glass is a single large pane

fill light Inglés Británico & Universal

A supplementary light used in photography or filming that does not change the character of the main light and is used chiefly to lighten shadows

first light Inglés Británico & Universal

The time when light first appears in the morning; dawn

green light Inglés Británico & Universal

A green traffic light giving permission to proceed

half-light Inglés Británico & Universal

Dim light such as at dusk or dawn

light opera Inglés Británico & Universal

another term for operetta.

light scoop Inglés Británico & Universal

An architectural feature that captures natural light and draws it into parts of a building

light show Inglés Británico & Universal

A spectacle of coloured lights that move and change, especially at a pop concert

light stick Inglés Británico & Universal

another term for glow stick.

light table Inglés Británico & Universal

A horizontal or tilted surface of translucent glass or plastic with a light behind it, used as a light box for drawing or viewing transparencies or negatives

light-toned Inglés Británico & Universal

Light in colour or shade

light tower Inglés Británico & Universal

A tall structure fitted with electric lights, typically used for outdoor illumination

light trap Inglés Británico & Universal

An illuminated trap for attracting and catching nocturnal flying insects

light water Inglés Británico & Universal

Water containing the normal proportion (or less) of deuterium oxide, i.e. about 0.02 per cent, especially to distinguish it from heavy water

light well Inglés Británico & Universal

An open area or vertical shaft in the centre of a building, typically roofed with glass, bringing natural light to the lower floors or basement

light year Inglés Británico & Universal

A unit of astronomical distance equivalent to the distance that light travels in one year, which is 9.4607 × 1012 km (nearly 6 million million miles)

light into in light3 Inglés Británico & Universal

Criticize severely; attack

in a —— light Inglés Británico & Universal

So as to give a specified impression

light into Inglés Británico & Universal

Criticize severely; attack

light bulb Inglés Británico & Universal

A glass bulb inserted into a lamp or a socket in a ceiling, which provides light by passing an electric current through a filament or a pocket of inert gas

light chain Inglés Británico & Universal

A protein subunit that, as one of a pair, forms part of the main antigen-binding region of an immunoglobulin molecule

light cone Inglés Británico & Universal

A surface in space-time, represented as a cone in three dimensions, comprising all the points from which a light signal would reach a given point (at the apex) simultaneously, and which therefore appear simultaneous to an observer at the apex

light curve Inglés Británico & Universal

A graph showing the variation in the light received over a period of time from a variable star or other varying celestial object

light meter Inglés Británico & Universal

An instrument for measuring the intensity of light, used chiefly to show the correct exposure when taking a photograph

north light Inglés Británico & Universal

Good natural light without direct sun, especially as desired by artists

night light Inglés Británico & Universal

A lamp or candle providing a dim light during the night

pilot light Inglés Británico & Universal

A small gas burner kept alight permanently to light a larger burner when needed, especially on a gas cooker or boiler

roof light Inglés Británico & Universal

A window panel built into a roof to admit light


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