Definition of light tower in English:

light tower

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noun

1A tall structure fitted with electric lights, typically used for outdoor illumination.
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  • Today's light towers are lighter and mobile and have much better directional capabilities.
  • In Montana, Kelly Rowe of Rowe Excavations works out of his truck and usually shuts down at dark, which means no light towers and hardly ever a generator.
  • If they get any problems, they order a couple more light towers.
1.1A lighthouse.
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  • The white, wood clapboard exterior is unusual for West Coast lighthouses, and the distinctive red light tower is located immediately above the living quarters, another unique design.
  • The device installed was a bell signal that was located east of the light tower and closer to the water's edge.
  • You may even see some tourists hiking to the light tower, and sheep searching for shrubs.

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