Bedeutung von “light” — Learner’s Dictionary

light

adjective us uk /laɪt/
Extra Examples
This bag is a lot lighter.You want something light if you've got to carry it.The camera is very light and easy to use.You're lighter than I am.I want to be 5kg lighter.
NOT HEAVY

A2 not heavy:

I can carry both bags - they're quite light.
NOT MUCH

B1 small in amount:

light rain/snow
The traffic's much lighter than I expected.
I only had a light lunch.
NOT STRONG

not strong or not forceful:

a light breeze
a light embrace
PALE

A1 Light colours are pale:

light brown/green
a light blue cardigan
NOT SERIOUS

easy to understand and not serious:

I'm taking some light reading on holiday.
make light of sth

to talk or behave as if you do not think a problem is serious:

I just laughed and tried to make light of it.
it is light

B1 it is bright from the sun:

Let's go now while it's still light.
lightness noun [ U ]

(Definition von “light adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)