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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis light reiškia I 1. n 1) šviesa, apšvietimas; northern polar lightsšiaurės pašvaistė; in a good lightprie geros šviesos; gerai matomas; to bring to lightišaiškinti; to come to lightpaaiškėti; to see the light gimti, išvysti šviesą; to see the red light perk. nusigąsti;  lietuviškai.

Light tarimas:

  • /lait/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: Physics Electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength in the range from about 4,000 (violet) to about 7,700 (red) angstroms and may be perceived by the normal unaided human eye.
  • noun: Physics Electromagnetic radiation of any wavelength.
  • noun: The sensation of perceiving light; brightness: a sudden light that made me blink.
  • noun: A source of light, especially a lamp, a lantern, or an electric lighting fixture: Turn out the lights when you leave.
  • noun: The illumination derived from a source of light: by the light of the moon.
  • noun: The particular quantity or quality of such illumination: moved the lamp closer to get better light.
  • noun: The pathway or route of such illumination to a person: You're standing in his light.
  • noun: A mechanical device that uses illumination as a signal or warning, especially a beacon or traffic signal.
  • noun: Daylight.
  • noun: Dawn; daybreak.
  • noun: Something, such as a window, that admits illumination.
  • noun: Architecture One of two or more openings in a window divided by a mullion or mullions.
  • noun: A source of fire, such as a match or cigarette lighter.
  • noun: Spiritual awareness; illumination.
  • noun: Something that provides information or clarification: threw some light on the question.
  • noun: A state of awareness or understanding, especially as derived from a particular source: in the light of experience.
  • noun: Public attention; general knowledge: brought the scandal to light.
  • noun: A way of looking at or considering a matter; an aspect: saw the situation in a different light.
  • noun: Archaic Eyesight.
  • noun: One's individual opinions, choices, or standards: acted according to their own lights.
  • noun: A person who inspires or is adored by another: My daughter is the light of my life.
  • noun: A prominent or distinguished person; a luminary: one of the leading lights of the theater.
  • noun: An expression of the eyes: a strange light in her eyes.
  • noun: In Quaker doctrine, the guiding spirit or divine presence in each person.
  • noun: The representation of light in art.
  • verb-transitive: To set on fire; ignite or kindle.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to give out light; make luminous: lit a lamp.
  • verb-transitive: To provide, cover, or fill with light; illuminate: fireworks lighting the sky.
  • verb-transitive: To signal, direct, or guide with or as if with illumination.
  • verb-transitive: To enliven or animate: A smile lit her face.
  • verb-intransitive: To start to burn; be ignited or kindled: Green wood does not light easily.
  • verb-intransitive: To emit light; be lighted: Wait until the indicator lights up.
  • adjective: Having a greater rather than lesser degree of lightness.
  • adjective: Of or being an additive primary color.
  • adjective: Characterized by or filled with light; bright: a room that is light when the shutters are open.
  • adjective: Not dark in color; fair: light hair and skin.
  • adjective: Served with milk or cream. Used of coffee.
  • phrasal-verb: light up To become or cause to become animated or cheerful.
  • phrasal-verb: light up To start smoking a cigarette, cigar, or pipe.
  • idiom: in (the) light of In consideration of; in relationship to.
  • idiom: light a fire under To urge or move to action.
  • idiom: light at the end of the tunnel The prospect of success, relief, or escape after strenuous effort.
  • adjective: Of relatively little weight; not heavy: a light load.
  • adjective: Of relatively little weight for its size or bulk: Balsa is a light wood.
  • adjective: Of less than the correct, standard, or legal weight: a light pound.
  • adjective: Exerting little force or impact; gentle: a light pat.
  • adjective: Indistinct; faint: light print that I could barely make out.
  • adjective: Of little quantity; scanty: light snow.
  • adjective: Consuming or using relatively moderate amounts; abstemious: a light eater; a light smoker.
  • adjective: Not harsh or severe: gave the offender a light sentence.
  • adjective: Demanding little exertion or effort; not burdensome: light household tasks.
  • adjective: Having little importance; insignificant: light, idle chatter.
  • adjective: Intended primarily as entertainment; not serious or profound: a light comedy.
  • adjective: Free from worries or troubles; blithe: a light heart.
  • adjective: Characterized by frivolity; silly or trivial.
  • adjective: Liable to change; fickle.
  • adjective: Mildly dizzy or faint: felt light in the head.
  • adjective: Lacking in ethical discrimination.
  • adjective: Moving easily and quickly; nimble: The dancer was light and graceful.
  • adjective: Designed for ease and quickness of movement; having a relatively slim structure and little weight: light aircraft.
  • adjective: Designed to carry relatively little weight: a light truck.
  • adjective: Carrying little equipment or armament: light cavalry; light tanks.
  • adjective: Requiring relatively little equipment and using relatively simple processes to produce consumer goods: light industry.
  • adjective: Easily awakened or disturbed: a light sleeper.
  • adjective: Easily digested: a light supper.
  • adjective: Having a spongy or flaky texture; well-leavened: light pastries.
  • adjective: Having a loose, porous consistency: light soil.
  • adjective: Containing a relatively small amount of a potentially harmful ingredient, such as alcohol, fat, or sodium: light beer; light mayonnaise.
  • adjective: Linguistics Of, relating to, or being a syllable ending in a short vowel or a short vowel plus a consonant.
  • adjective: Linguistics Of, relating to, or being a vowel or syllable pronounced with little or no stress.
  • adverb: In a light manner; lightly.
  • adverb: With little weight and few burdens: traveling light.
  • verb-intransitive: To get down, as from a vehicle or horse; dismount.
  • verb-intransitive: To descend to the ground after flight; land.
  • verb-intransitive: To come upon one unexpectedly: Misfortune lighted upon him.
  • verb-intransitive: To come upon by chance or accident. Used with on or upon: lit on the perfect solution to the problem.
  • phrasal-verb: light into Informal To attack verbally or physically; assail.
  • phrasal-verb: light out Informal To leave hastily; run off.
  • idiom: go light on To treat casually or gingerly.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • northern polar lightsšiaurės pašvaistė
  • in a good lightprie geros šviesos
  • gerai matomas
  • to bring to lightišaiškinti
  • to come to lightpaaiškėti
  • to see the red light perk. nusigąsti
  • to see the light gimti
  • išvysti šviesą
  • šviesa
  • apšvietimas
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