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standard lamp

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Definition of standard lamp in English:

noun

British
A lamp with a tall stem whose base stands on the floor.
Example sentences
  • Elizabeth and Agatha sat together in the living room in the cosy pool of light shed by the standard lamp.
  • Here in Las Vegas the stage is dressed like a living room with couches and standard lamps.
  • A desk lamp, standard lamp or light from a window can be used to effectively light a scene.

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