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lighting-up time Line breaks: lighting-up time

Definition of lighting-up time in English:

noun

British
The time at which motorists are required by law to switch their vehicles' lights on.
Example sentences
  • As in Paris, they would be lit for 10 minutes every hour, from lighting-up time to 1am.
  • We looked at lighting-up times, getting later and later with only a very few hours of twilight to play with.
  • A better option is to fit a photo-electric switch which operates automatically, regardless of lighting-up times.

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