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streetlight

noun [C] uk   /ˈstriːt.laɪt/ ( also streetlamp ) us  
a light in or at the side of a road or public area that is usually supported on a tall post: He crashed his car into a streetlight.
Translations of “streetlight”
in Korean 가로등…
in Arabic أضْواء الشّارِع…
in Portuguese luz de rua…
in Catalan fanal…
in Japanese 街灯…
in Italian lampione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 街燈,路燈…
in Russian уличный фонарь…
in Turkish sokak lambası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 街灯,路灯…
in Polish latarnia uliczna…
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