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light

noun (BRIGHTNESS)
光亮
 
 
/laɪt/
[U] the brightness that comes from the sun, fire, etc. and from electrical devices, and that allows things to be seen
光,光亮,光線
a bright light
明亮的光線
fluorescent/ultraviolet light
螢光/紫外光
a beam/ray of light
一道/束光線
Light was streaming in through the open door.
光線從敞開的門口傾瀉進來。
It's a north-facing room so it doesn't get much light (= brightness from the sun).
房間朝北,所以光線有些不足。
Light
[C] a piece of equipment which produces light, such as a lamp or a light bulb
發光體;燈,電燈
Could you switch/turn the light on/off, please?
請把燈打開/關上好嗎?
She could see the city lights in the distance.
她能夠看到遠處城市的燈光。
As the lights went down, the audience grew quiet.
燈熄滅後,觀眾們開始安靜下來。
My front bike light isn't working.
我的自行車前燈不亮了。
Lighting and light fittings in the home
Translations of “light”
in Korean 전구, 등…
in Arabic مِصْباح, ضَوْء, نور…
in French lumière, feu, jour…
in Italian luce…
in Russian свет, источник света, лампа…
in Turkish ışık, lamba…
in Polish światło…
in Spanish luz, lámpara, fuego…
in Portuguese luz, iluminação…
in German das Licht, das Feuer…
in Catalan llum…
in Japanese 明かり, 光…
in Chinese (Simplified) 光亮, 光,光亮,光线, 发光体…
(Definition of light noun (BRIGHTNESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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