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daylight

noun
 
 
/ˈdeɪlaɪt/
B2 [U] the natural light from the sun
дневной свет, естественное освещение
Days and times of dayLight
in broad daylight used to emphasize that something happens when it is light and people can see
среди бела дня
He was attacked in broad daylight.Light
Translations of “daylight”
in Korean 햇빛…
in Arabic ضَوْء النَّهار…
in Portuguese luz do dia…
in Catalan claror de dia…
in Japanese 日光…
in Italian luce del giorno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 白天, 日光…
in Turkish gün ışığı, gündüz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白天, 日光…
in Polish światło dzienne…
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